I’ve been a cyberstalking fangirl of Loverboy long enough to know he will definitely be causing guffawing cheers at weibo comes any big day. 2013.1.1 is not gonna sneak by without him ringing in the new year with the top tweets of the day there.
And only my kind of wittiest silliest derpy idols will come up with a blatant patpatpat on himself coining ‘2013 stands for 爱你十三’ (Ai Ni 13 ie Love you~ 13)and on new year’s day, all the billions of Cnetizens on weibosphere wishing a happy 2013 and all the blessings, he got it, as all indirect lovelies directing at him. MUAHAHAHA He went further ensuring us with all the out-pour of love he got won’t get to his head too much, he’ll internalize it and reflect on how to be nonchalance, keeping himself grounded, or so he says.
I’m sure he’ll never EVER change. And WHO wants him to?!?!?! <333
He also starts the year doing a cameo in HengDian, he’s the reigning Little Prince of Heng Dian, afterall.
He had only himself to blame of tweeting a bts pic of his own snow boots, matching perfectly to the color scheme of the phoenix-dragon embroidered fancy costume, instead of his pretty face. Even gloating that some (royal) aura/charisma can be nurtured. With this clue, his fangirls are toying with him he must be playing the lady empress Wu ZeTian, cause our little red flower is sooo suitable to be a Girl1.
So he pouted with his reply a few days ago: For the ‘friends’ who deduced I’m playing Wu ZeTian from hints and hearsay here and there, while Your Highness here is cursing you, your instant noodles will only have soup base in the packaging, and T.o.M. will fall squarely the day you have a date with your Love on the magpie bridge, yet still, I am commending y’all on your expansive knowledge on the field of history, biology, ergonomics…etc. Seriously. *Because really, how did he manage to take that sel-ca? He must first spreads his legs, flops one up that table, readjusts his costume for decency, and he is obviously so proud of his brand new snowboots matchymatchy color with his robe to tweet it…etcetcetc. And only a great historical beauty such as Empress Wu has the obsessive eye for details to fuss over it all.*
This is the tweet to which his homie/roomie in Beijing snuffs out YH has experienced the similar curse of his own medicine ‘cup noodles with no spork included’ way back when. And Loverboy has to jab himself some more that was an occurrence on SEVERAL occasions.
MUAHAHAHA! Oh Loverboy, keep it up, as you’ve claimed this year is yours, you have the responsibility of splitting our sides at your expense!
This is a brief synopsis on Young Detective Dee **spoilers alert**:
Young Detective Dee is a 40-episode period (jointly produced by TVB and another production company). The first case will involve young Dee solving the case of a murder, an assassin is present at the examination hall he’s sitting for a civil servant entrance exam. The assassin is a girl cross-dressing as one of the scholars, she slips out in the chaos. Empress Wu commands Dee to be in charge of the investigation, the assassination scheme is meticulous and very well thought out. He gets a position at a detective and meets his first love ChuYun. However she regards him as a younger brother. She is later engaged to a government honcho’s son Wang, who dies on their wedding night. She meets Dee again. Although they have feelings for each other, she is too devastated to start anything with Dee. Further investigation reveals her dead husband-to-be is murdered. More murders follow, a few members of the Wang family all die of suspicious, peculiar circumstances. Dee and CY’s feelings for each other deepens, adding further intrigue to the mystery….
Hmmm, if they focus more on the cases and less on frothy romance, this may be decent, cause TVB can at least do fast-paced detective dramas, logic holes and all. And Bosco is swooon as a smartass detective!
Yet another Loverboy project starting at the end of the month!!! This one I’m mightily excited IF all is true. This is an adaptation of 华胥引 (With Love, Your Majesty) by 唐七公子 *Honestly this is the VERY next novel on my to read list. I’m urged by so many friends and family to read it, my anticipation is mightily high!* It has the hugest passionate C fandom I’ve witnessed, The amount of fanvids out of dreamcasting is INSANE. I’ve seen hour-long fanmade episodes floating around. It’s a sweeping epic and many rabid fans of the novel are already crying and begging to never adapt and thus tarnish their love. Since I’ve not knelt over its awesome yet, I am super excited Elephant Mountain Studio is leaking out Kevin Cheng and Loverboy will be the leads, the heroine has a few hopefuls, JiangXin (OMG 华妃<33333) is one of them, but it probably will be YingEr *ergh, seriously I really do not get how and why so many borderline talentless mediocre ok to superplasticfug looking starlet is getting ALL the juicy roles, YingEr is not the most horrible offender, but YuanShanShan is so incredulously revolting the more I see her*. But I do not care who is the heroine tbh. I do not care if KC or Loverboy is a suitable casting for whatever roles they are playing because just the thought of them leading a drama is causing fancy fireworks in my head. They are two of my absolute favorites, and in one drama and that is after Bosco x Loverboy. WOW, am I a lucky fangirl or not in 2013?!?!
ETA: goshhhhh…he’s not done with surprises yet. He’s also lent some lovely thoughts in a book ZUINK魑魅魍魉 by the popular writer for CN youngsters 郭敬明 Guo JingMing of Little Time’s fame. It is a compilation of Q&As on supernatural folklore, famous folks sharing their views on ghosts, demons and spirits in Chinese legends.
*YH starred in two works with themes on the supernatural: Chinese Paladin 3 and Strange Stories from A Chinese Studio
Q: What is your most memorable story on the supernatural? Which being is your favorite? If a production company asks you to act as one, what character in Chinese folklore do you want to be the most? And why?
A: Many of the most classic, most elemental, most traditional literature delved into folklore. In the Four Great Classics, Journey to the West needs no more mention, but even more realistic works such as Red Chambers and Water Margins start off with a roll in the supernatural. Firstly, it is in our nature to be fascinated by the unknown; secondly, these masterpieces of literature all enjoy a large scope of audience (hence its influence is powerful); thirdly the best of literature usually involves a perusal between human nature and spirituality. I, myself, adore the magical realism in Latin American literature and medieval European myths and legends.
In Chinese legends, Sun Wukong, NeZha, these anarchists are very alluring, but what I want to challenge myself most is to be Zhu BaJie (Pig of eight inihibitions) because he’s cute, because I love comedy, because that is what I call a challenge.
Seriously Cdrama sugardaddies and sugarmamas, DO STH!!! Just throw him a script as the fat piggy in Journey to the West, I know him well, he’s actually just begging to be in a drama entirely topless flaunting his belly. *LE SIGH*