Photoshoot round-up: Douyin Star Night

Guan Xiaotong

Studios have released perfectly photoshopped pictures of their stars ahead of the broadcast of Douyin’s event (although it probably isn’t getting the level of attention it would like at the moment…). Catch the stars on the red carpet now at Youku.

Red carpet compilation: Ladies & Gents

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Trailer and stills for Bai Jingting, Wu Qian’s light-hearted comedy

Octogenerian, and The 90s 八零九零 stars Wu Qian as Ye Xiaomei, the enthusiastic heroine who is tasked with managing a retirement home after her grandmother is diagnosed with cancer. However, many of her actions are rejected by the elderly residents, and hijinks ensue. Bai Jingting costars as her love interest.

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Celebrity Schedules: August 2020

I screencapped this but forgot who this is … does anyone recognize her? She’s filming most of August.

What does August 2020 look like for your favorite Chinese actors and singers? Here’s a preview of what they’ll be up to based on the schedules put out by some of their workshops. Schedules are based mostly on how much I like their aesthetics.

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Celebrity Schedules: Feb 2020 / Coronavirus Donation List

All dramas have ceased filming and work is sparse, so I’m going to use this opportunity to highlight the following celebrities for donating to efforts to contain the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. I know there’s a lot of uncertainties about whether donations are being properly used, but that doesn’t diminish the goodwill of the donators. If you chose to donate to anything, though, definitely do your homework and making sure that the money is actually well-spent.

The list is too long so I used google translate, feel free to leave corrections and additions in the comments.

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Celebrity Schedules: December 2019

Zhang Tian’ai

Round-up of celebrity Decembers schedules put out by their workshops and what drama/film they’re working on right now, mostly selected based on if I liked their photo.

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Ma Sichun, Bai Jingting begin filming healing romance drama

‘Healing’ in the literal sense.

Love to Be Loved By You 我的城池营垒 (lit. You Are My Fortress) follows the love story between doctor Mika (Ma Sichun) and special forces elite Xing Kelei (Bai Jingting). Before anyone asks, this is not a remake of Korean drama Descendants of the Sun – the 34+ episode drama is based on Mu Qingyu’s 2013 novel of the same name.

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