Wang Yaoqing spoofs GQ covers

Wang Yaoqing vs Li Xian, who did better?

This might be the most fun photoshoot of the year. As the host of the upcoming GQ Men of the Year event, Wang Yaoqing spoofed all the 2020 covers. Other than being funnier, there are two covers of his that I unironically like as fashion magazine covers more than the original.

Wang Yaoqing vs Li Yuchun
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Promo Round-up: Fearless Whispers

Republican drama Fearless Whispers stars Li Yifeng as an ordinary police officer who later joins the Communists. Costars include Jin Chen as his love interest, Wang Longzheng as his mentor and Niu Junfeng as his friend-turned-nemesis. [Extended]

The 51 episode drama releases 2 episodes daily beginning tonight. Tencent and Mango TV VIP members get a 6 episode headstart.

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30th Golden Eagle Awards

The Golden Eagle Awards has finally decided to untangle its messy awards categories, and created a Best Actor/Actress award where the nominations are mostly based on merit. You can tell they were trying really hard when it came to choosing winners, though it’ll take a few more rounds before the awards are going to regain its reputation.

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Li Yifeng, Chen Yuqi’s Mirror: Twin Cities wraps filming

Mirror: Twin Cities revolves around Su Mo’s (Li Yifeng) journey of revenge as he attempts to emancipate his people from slavery. Chen Yuqi plays the crown princess of the ruling kingdom, and Zheng Yecheng rounds out the love triangle as the prince. [Character Intros]

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Drama promos: Sword Snow Stride, Legend of Fei, The Golden Hairpin, The Long Ballad and more

Zhang Tian’ai in Sword Snow Stride

Sword Snow Stride – Zhang Ruoyun, Hu Jun, Li Gengxi, Zhang Tian’ai

My #1 to-watch drama of 2021 just based on the trailer alone
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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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Friday Photos

Wan Qian still in film Never Again 兔子暴力.

Posters, stills, and photoshoots that caught out eyes this week. What caught yours?

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