If you could figure out whose hands those were without looking at the watermark, major kudos to you! On June 1, Yang Mi and Hawick Lau welcomed a baby girl into the world. The couple has nicknamed their daughter “Little Sticky Rice” since she was born just one day before the Dragon Boat Festival, on which it is traditional to eat zongzi, which are made of sticky rice.
Welcome, sticky rice
Hawick posted on June 1 to update the world on Yang Mi’s condition and wish everyone a happy Children’s Day. (Yes, their kid was born on Children’s Day.) He later reblogged Yang Mi’s photo and added, “Always stick to Daddy and Mommy like this, all right?” Getting emotional already, eh?
Celeb couple Sun Li and Deng Chao also welcomed a daughter this year, though theirs came a month earlier, on May 3. In late May, Sun Li posted a photo of their newborn girl with their first child, Deng Dengdeng. Wonder when they’re going to tell us what their second child’s name is…
Little sister Xiaohua, later just have Brother Deng shade you
Speaking of children, Children’s Day was basically an excuse for stars to post cute baby pictures of themselves on Weibo. Sina has a pretty good collection of photos from Li Xiaolu, Yu Haoming, and Han Han, among others, though they’re missing this super adorbs photo of Zhang Han, which he posted in mid-May.
This is a photo from when I was little. Even I don’t have this photo, how did you guys get it? Don’t you want to pinch his face?
Kid-at-heart Ivy Chen also had a blast on Children’s Day, which she spent with Chen Bolin. They’re both similar kinds of crazy, it seems.
Children’s Day, we also have to celebrate~ I wish that everyone’s childish innocence will not die out, forever and ever
If you’ve been waiting for more Chen Bolin, never fear, Han Han is here! His directorial debut, Never Meet Again (后会无期), hits theaters on July 24, and is sure to attract audiences simply based on its cast, which includes Chen Bolin, Feng Shaofeng, Chen Qiao’en, and Wallace Chung.
Feng Shaofeng recently posted this hilarious anecdote of how the cast and crew of Never Meet Again problem-solve… namely, by playing car-racing games. (If you didn’t know, Han Han is also a racecar driver in addition to an author, blogger, and director.)
If the opinions of our crew aren’t unified, then we will use this method to make a decision. Rapid victories are eloquent! As a result, I am always a very obedient actor.
June 2 was the day of the Dragon Boat Festival — did you remember to eat zongzi? Eddie got a head start on the food, since this adorable photo was posted in mid-May, but oh well. He recently finished filming for the movie adaptation of That Year, Time Flew (匆匆那年), which also stars Ni Ni and Wei Chen.
Hurriedly eating zongzi
Turns out Tony Yang is not the perfect guy y’all thought he was, but we can all forgive a little shaving mistake here and there, right? This is when you try to cover up your slip-up by shaving a cool design into your hair, Tony.
Oops…. hand slipped…
Meanwhile, the cast of Butterfly Fragrance 活色生香, including Tang Yan, Li Yifeng, William Chan, and Shu Chang, are being very bored on the set. If only Wallace Huo were here …
Aaaand ending on our favorite theme, fanservice! Yuan Hong wanted to tell everyone that his character in the upcoming drama Young Sherlock (少年神探狄仁杰), also known as Young Detective Dee, doesn’t really resemble himself physically. We believe you, Yuan Hong!
I heard that #YoungSherlock# is going to begin airing. I hope that everyone will ignore the fact that in the drama, Emperor Gaozong of Tang is a fatty. Pay attention to what’s in front of you, pay attention to the moment. As they say, a fatty who returns is more precious than gold.
As a joke, Yuan Hong used the characters for “sugar” (tang) and “cake” (gao) to form the name Tang Gaozong. He also twisted the proverb to say “fatty” (pangzi) instead of “prodigal” (langzi). Loving the wordplay! Young Sherlock stars Qi Wei, Bosco Wong, Ma Tianyu, and Ruby Lin, and began airing on June 3.
~ The Cfensi PC police would like to remind everyone that fat shaming is wrong ~