Weibo Wednesday: Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2014! Before we get started with the New Year, let’s take a look back at the final week of 2013 on Weibo…

夢想家林志穎: Kimi昨天睡前还担心家里没烟囱,圣诞老公公要怎么把礼物送进来,今天一大早就起床跑到客厅,为了早点能看圣诞礼物到底送来了没,看到他刚睡醒兴奋又灿烂的笑容,满足的拆著礼物,爸比知道不管工作再辛苦再忙碌只要能看到你快乐幸福的笑容,一切都是值得的。

Did you get what you wanted for Christmas? Jimmy Lin‘s son, Kimi Lin, definitely seems to have been excited for presents! Is that an Iron Man Mickey Mouse behind him?

Before going to bed yesterday, Kimi was worried that our house didn’t have a chimney and how could Santa Claus send the presents inside. Early this morning, he got out of bed and ran to the living room in order to see earlier if the Christmas presents had arrived or not. After seeing his just-woke-up, excited, and splendid smile, and him contently tearing apart presents, Daddy knows that no matter how tough or busy work can be, it will all be worth it if I can see your happy and joyful smile.

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Weibo Wednesday: June 19, 2013

陈学冬cheney: 拍完小时代我们都吃胖了。。。

You may have thought that the Tiny Times (小时代) movie cast was filled with ridiculously good-looking people, but it turns out they were actually all sumo wrestlers in disguise… Just kidding! This is just Chen Xuedong, Kai Ko, Rhydian Vaughan, and Xie Yilin putting in an appearance on Happy Camp. What shenanigans are they up to this time? Check out the episode when it airs on June 22nd.

After filming Tiny Times, we all became fat from eating…

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Weibo Wednesday: April 17-24

Celebrities flocked to Weibo this week in order to call followers’ attention to the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Ya’an on April 20th. Whether it was sharing ways to help, urging fans to donate their money or time, or simply posting words of comfort, a bunch of stars made noteworthy Weibo posts. We unfortunately can’t reproduce all of them, but hopefully we’ve gotten some of the more memorable ones.

Please keep the people of Ya’an in your thoughts!

何炅: 刚刚看到的图,和大家分享,我们为美丽的四川加油!

Not sure who first came up with the idea for this photo, but He Jiong posted it on his Weibo, along with a message of support:

I just saw this picture, and want to share it with everyone. Let’s jiayou for the beautiful Sichuan!

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