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Wishing you a safe and joyous new year! Here’s a round-up of celebrities and casts wishing you (yes, you!) a very happy new year.

May all your biases get cast in the best dramas, all your ships get to collab again, and all the dramas you anticipate air as scheduled!

Zhang Han and co.

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4 thoughts on “Happy Chinese New Year! The Round-Up”

    1. This is not a criticism. Just providing an alternative for those looking for one. I don’t like leaving my name and info while making donations because I’d been relentlessly badgered by a number of charitable organizations in the past after having made a donation. One thing I’ve done that’s different from above is to invest in vaccine research firms. I’ll say upfront that I have lost a good part of my initial investment on a couple of vaccine firms. This is not something that’s likely going to earn you money in the long run. But vaccine research is under-invested in general. Unlike cancer, which has a huge investment interest due to its high monetary potential returns for its investors. Since an annual cancer treatment can cost as much as 6-figures. Vaccines don’t sell for nearly that much.

      This is from a financial website from Jan 24:
      Coronavirus-related movers: NanoViricides (NNVC +46.3%), Moderna (MRNA -1.7%), Novavax (NVAX +0.8%), ImmuCell (ICCC +4.4%), Aethlon Medical (AEMD -6.8%), Inovio Pharmaceuticals (INO +9.9%), BioCryst Pharmaceuticals (BCRX -5.8%), Nabriva Therapeutics (NBRV -5.9%)

      This will not specifically help only Wuhan. But it will help fighting viruses in general.

      Very encouraging to see so many people are donating.

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