Sorry for the disappearance! Real life is in a mess. I’m going on a vacation and there are a million things I’ve yet done. I’ve already completed some of the translation for Liang Sheng, Can We Not Be Laden With Grief but I don’t have time to sort it out and post it up. I’ll hopefully continue amassing it and post it all at once when I’m back from my vacation.
Wait, what? It has started airing already!? I’m late to the party again… I swear it was yesterday when I read that it was gonna air in half a month or so… Shall squeeze this into my busy schedule during my hiatus!
Rush to the Dead Summer is a coming-of-age drama starring Chen Xuedong(The Great Wall) as a talented artist who is later swamped with accusations of plagiarism, Zheng Shuang (Love O2O) as his love interest and Bai Jingting (recently seen on well-received variety show Who’s the Murderer?) as his best friend who is not in love with his girlfriend.
The 46 episode drama will begin airing tonight.
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….when I know I don’t have the time to spare.
I know, I know. This has long been overdue but I still think that I owe everyone this year-ender post. I was out of the country from December to January and there was no time for me to blog at all. I even got to meet my blogging partner Kate over the holidays! It was so much fun, I wish I could blog about it 😀
Anyway, let’s get started on this post as it is one of my favorite things to write about — a year-end drama round-up! I made one for 2015 which you can see here just in case you still want to read it. In this post, I wrote some brief reviews about all the dramas that I watched in 2016. So this doesn’t necessarily mean that the dramas were all made in 2016 as the title of this post may have suggested.
If you know me well, you would know that I am currently out of air absorbing this news because F4 is a vital part of how I came into this dramaland especially that it’s Van Ness Wu and Jerry Yan aka my top 2 husbands ❤
I won’t talk much because I swear, they will just be written in all caps and just endless fangirling raves and squeals. So let the photos (which are not mine btw) say what they want to say ❤ hope you can click ‘Read More’ and fangirl with me ❤ See, my fangirling madness has already started by putting 2 heart symbols already lol
I have found the luckiest girl in the world. And nope it’s not who you think, but it’s none other than this certain Weibo blogger who was able to attend top Taiwanese actress Ruby Lin’s 40th birthday celebration. Why and how lucky? All of my photos in this post came from her (so all the credits to her!). Before we start with this fangirling galore, let’s greet Ruby Lin and pause for awhile to think how could she look so youthful at 40?!
I may have mentioned in my previous posts regarding “Our Times” aka my all-time favorite Taiwanese film that I pre-ordered the DVD last year. My long wait’s over as I have finally received my precious DVD today! I knew what I was going to receive but I was just beyond happy to receive the package. I’m not really sure how people create an “unboxing” blog post but I’ll give it a shot here 😉