Promo Round-up: My Best Friend’s Story

My Best Friend’s Story stars Liu Shishi and Ni Ni as friends who support each other through thick and thin. I’m halfway through the other friendship drama Dear Missy, and I think it would be wise to view this as a drama that focuses on each of the female lead’s romances, with a touch of womance sprinkled on top.

The 38 episode drama airs 2 episodes daily on CCTV-8.

First trailer

Final trailer
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Friday Photos

Dilraba back in a crown again. It’s a pity Dolce & Gabbana were so racist because it really is the major fashion house that fits her best.

Photoshoots, stills, and images that caught our eyes recently. What caught yours?

THE9’s Babymonster An Qi in this beautiful Miao-inspired dress. This costume designer should make dresses for the red carpet. photo cr: 屿光同尘-安崎
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Andy Lau, Ni Ni’s Shockwave 2 gears up for premiere

Shockwave 2 stars Andy Lau as a former bomb disposal technician who becomes the prime suspect in a terrorist attack. Sean Lau costars as the hero’s former colleague, while Ni Ni plays the chief inspector of the counter-terrorism unit and the hero’s ex-girlfriend.

The film premieres in Chinese theatres on December 24th.

Initial trailer, Trailer 2

Stars brave the cold for GQ event

Yang Yang showing up like a mob boss

GQ is my least favorite top fashion magazine in China, but they always put on a good show for their annual Men of the Year event.. With the Harper’s Bazaar Gala gone with its last editor Su Mang, GQ put up a show rivaling Cosmo to compete for the top fashion event of the year. Which event had better looks?

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Stars enter jianghu for Cosmo Glam Night 2020

All aboard the Ni Ni and Liu Shishi ship!

Cosmo Glam Night‘s photos took on the Fearless Jianghu theme, and they look pretty good. I just wish more actors had time to take these. Which looks are your favourite?

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Photographer Friday: Leslie Zhang’s oil paintings

Chen Wenqi by Leslie Zhang

Leslie Zhang Jiacheng is yet another instantly recognizable photographer. His photographs are characterized by an oil painting-like texture and composition. He also has a distinct interpretation of zhongguofeng or Chinese-style that is more muted than, say, the mainstream style of photographers like Chen Man.

Ni Ni by Leslie Zhang
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