I hope none of you have been holding your breath for a Weibo Wednesday update, because that means you’ve been waiting for two. whole. months. Oops. Remember when we used to update this every week? Anyway, let’s go full speed ahead to this time’s round-up, which is on the shorter side, but hey, short and sweet, right?
Any Sailor Moon fans here? Ni Ni celebrated her 26th birthday on August 8 (yeah, last month) by cosplaying as Sailor Ni. She took several gorgeous shots, but of course I had to pick the classic “In the name of the moon, I will punish you” pose.
Pay respect to my portrait. Thank you to my “brain-dead” team for their present. Sailor Ni thanks everyone for their birthday blessings.
Would you trust Ma Tianyu with your kid? Yeah, he doesn’t think that’s too great of an idea either. As expected, netizen replies have mostly been “It’s time for you to have your own kid! HINT HINT.”
Where Are We Going? Dad, I’m here!!! P.S. My friend really dared to give me their kid so I could play with it.
You’re all going to disagree with Chen Xiao on this, I’m sure.
I just have that same old face. It’s only when you use a different angle that you can bring a little freshness into the life of boredom.
Nope, pretty sure your fangirls would be okay with staring at your face from the same angle, all day every day, but maybe that’s just me. :P
This one looks like a photoshoot outtake, but if it’s candid, kudos to the photographer. Here we have Jing Boran conversing with a pigeon over a salad. Yes, I did include this picture partly for that cute plushie on the table.
The little pigeon says: Your face is already swollen to that degree, yet you’re still eating it. Bring it over to me asap!
During their free time on the set of The Journey of Flower (better known as Hua Qiangu), Zhao Liying and Wallace Huo busy themselves by acting like dorks.
Apart from eating popsicles in the heartless palace hall, Master and I will also occasionally put on sunglasses and travel the human world, acting cool and acting cute and stuff like that~
Lin Gengxin couldn’t make it to the recent press conference for his upcoming movie, Black & White: The Dawn of Justice, so his costars just brought along a cardboard cut-out of him for the event. Funnily enough, this happened for his other movie too.
Twice, there’s been a cardboard cut-out [of me] at the press conference. They’re making it seem like I died or something.
It’s not just you, Jo. I would be happier if Chen Xiao had turned his head here… ;)