Wang Xiaokun’s MV for Liang Wan Cheng


I wanted to post on his album Those Girls You Like, Or Don’t Like, I Like Them All when it came out this summer, but I figured waiting for this MV was an easier way to make people listen to his  soothing voice, or at least take notice, because I get sometimes frustrated that if it’s not a boyband, or not flashy, then people won’t try it. I’m not sure how many people remember him from this post.

The “story” of the  MV is a love between two girls that doesn’t work out.

Disclaimer: The MV has wrist cutting, which I did not realize when I posted it. And I can’t stand thinking that anyone would watch this and think  that is any sort of acceptable means to deal with anything. So watch at your own risk. and then watch the happy MVs afterward. In general I don’t trust people not to get easily influenced by entertainment and media. The song was pretty but the MV was  surprisingly without disclaimer that the act at the end has no beauty in it. Just eat a lot of ice cream like everyone else.

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News Roundup 7/2/09 – 7/11/09

This is a really big post, so check it out !


Chen Kun and Yuan Quan sponsor a jewelry brand in style at an event, with Yuan Quan in white riding a horse, and Chen Kun giving her a ring, like a modern day prince and princess, except that pretending to  marry was really awkward for them. Normally I wouldn’t care, but it’s two actors that I like, both of which whom actually have really nice singing voices and I’ve long wished they would collaborate in something like a musical. They will be working together, but instead will be in a HK film.

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Wishing You a Merry Christmas with Cute, Happy MVs

Thanks to insomnia I’m posting with a couple of MVs for everybody as a way to start their Christmas bright and happily.


First up is Top Combine’s Cotton Candy, a sweet song composed and written by member Ma Xueyang from their debut EP. Best part would have to be Zhang Yuan trying to bribe the little girl with sweets and food.

Top Combine – Cotton Candy

Next is Jerry (Yuan Chengjie) and Stephy’s (Qi Wei) ‘s Fantasy Romance.. I have the hardest time trying to translate their very Chinese group name to English and finally I decided on Boy and Girl. They were formed in China last year and this song is very different from the ballads they released on their debut album. However, I absolutely love looking at the MV. It’s like a gap commercial and Schoolhouse Rock song rolled into one, and they’re both quite expressive, and it just makes me happy looking at it and I want to spread that happiness.

Boy and Girl (Nan Cai Nv Mao) – Fantasy Romance (lyrics by Stephy)