Beanie level: Fan club president

Happy Birthday, Wei Ying, Wei Wu Xian ❤️

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The creators of “The Founder of Diabolism Q” aren’t even trying to be subtle/hide the fact that chibi Ah Yuan has 2 chibi dads 😅😅😅😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣😉😉😉😏😏😏😏

Sub translation: “Daddy!!!”

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Chibi Yiling Patriarch FREAKING OUT that he’s lost Ah Yuan in the marketplace 🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂

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This is me feeling sus’ when playing “Among Us” with my friends 😂😂
#onpoint #whenIpauseattherightmoment

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His 1st time performing on stage live since February 🥳😘

Date: October 1st, 2020
Event: Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration & Celebration of the 70th year of the PRC because both events landed on the same week this year

Eng. trans. of song here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yr82ED3jvFw

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\”Street Dance of China\” season 3 finale– WHY YOU GOTTA BE AN 8-HOUR FINALE EPISODE?!!??!??!!??!??

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    hahahahaha I was shocked by the ~3hours final ep of Idol Producer back then, 8 hours is a whole new level 🤣 .
    Hwaiting to you 😆 !

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      Yea, it’s going to be a whole day thing, so I have to wait to see which upcoming days do I have completely free of any plans or work so that I can just put this on and watch it without stopping 😅😅😅

      At first, when I read the social media posts of everyone who participated in the finale (Wang Yi Bo, Lay Zhang, Jackson Wang, Van Ness Wu, etc.) that they had fun even though filming lasted 8 hours, I didn’t really believe it. I thought that it was really JUST the filming that lasted 8 hours, and not that the ACTUAL finale episode itself is also REALLY being 8 hours long, until I actually saw the length of the episode being posted as being 497 minutes long—that’s 8 hours 😂😂😂 After seeing that, I was also then reminded that the finale episode was actually filmed LIVE and no edits were given to what was being broadcasted, and from that point on, I’m like, “Yea….. I’m going to have to especially find a day to watch this since it’s going to be a LONG one”
      🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    😱 that’s an endurance event!

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For Beanies who think that Wang Yi Bo is quite expressionless and unfeeling, I\’ll say this:

Watch \”Street Dance of China\” season 3

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    I realised how good he is after watching some Untamed BTS and some of his dance performances. 👍

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      He’s 23, but has been doing dance competitions since he was 14, and actually got accepted into Yehua Entertainment as a trainee around the same time, and then he debuted in the Korean-Chinese boy group, UNIQ, when he was 17 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻 He’s super talented, but it’s not without hard work, and he’s VERY hard working

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Don’t mind me. Imma just gonna be in my corner, playing this on repeat.

Happy Thursday, Beanies 😘😘🥺🥺
https://www.instagram.com/p/CG5lfiwA8FB/?igshid=1lgx1iia4x2gd

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Namgoon Min’s villain character from “The Girl Who Sees Smells” is still pretty engrained in my head T…..T

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    I remember him as the most dreadful villain in Remember.

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      I remember thinking that his villain in “Remember” was sort of underwhelming and he was trying to ride off the success of his villain from “The Girl Who Sees Smells”, so I wasn’t really feeling that one 😒😒

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        Oh really? I don’t know because I haven’t seen the Girl Who Sees Smell so I can’t truly comment on that. I literally thought he was so monstrous in Remember!

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HE IS SO FLIPPING ADORABLE EVEN THOUGH HE’S SITTING THERE EXHIBITING SO MUCH SWAG AT THE SAME TIME— HOW???????? 🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯😍😍😍😍😍😘😘😘😘😘🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺

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“…As everyone knows, Park Bo Gum is very considerate and kind…”

Not to say that God is going to take Park Bo Gum home (i.e. Heaven, as we Christians believe in… Park Bo Gum is also a Christian) anytime soon 🥺🥺🥺, but if ever God were to take ME home (and trust me, there are no shortage of days in 2020 that I really DID wish God would just take me), ‘considerate and kind’ are the things I would want to be remembered as by those whom I leave behind 🥰🥰🥰

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I binged 3 eps—going onto my 4th— of “Street Dance of China” S3 today. Each ep is an hour-and-a-half plus 😂😂 I’m looking ahead at the length of the finale episode and it’s 8 freaking hrs. long 😳 Yet, I don’t find myself wanting to stop lol On the contrary, after I finish S3, I wanna go back in time and watch seasons 1 & 2 😅😅

Am I insane?? Just maybe 🤔

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    Join the club

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      ARE YOU/WERE YOU WATCHING, TOO?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

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        No. Not that one, but the “can’t stop myself watching club” So much to watch, so little time.

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          🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

          Yes, when there’s something that has caught my attention, I go full in, and it’s quite hard to take myself out— as evidenced by my love for all things and people related to “The Untamed” (in terms of Chinese entertainment) and things related to Park Hyung Sik (in terms of Korean entertainment)

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            The Untamed is now officially on my watch list. Park Hyung Sik was v watchable in Suits.

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            Yessssssss join in on the love of “The Untamed” 😍😍😍😍😍😍

            I still haven’t watched the Korean “Suits” yet, because as soon as I watch something PHS is in or hear one of his songs while he’s still in the army (discharged date is sometime in January 2021), I’m going to start crying, ‘cause I miss him so much

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        Now you’ve actually got me watching it. Good grief, and “my marathon” is only on day 1. Heeelp.

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Sweet Xiao Zhan falling asleep on the set of “The Untamed” 😍😍😍 But it’s also a bittersweet reminder that this man only slept 1-2 hours EVERYDAY for 4-5 months straight while filming the drama because the filming schedule was just THAT stupid ridiculous 🥺🥺

https://www.instagram.com/p/CGtxiGdgCWD/?igshid=a1xcw5shvdvz

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    That’s insane! Amazing that he was still able to give such a great performance.

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      Yea, reading about the filming conditions straight from the words of the co-director of “The Untamed” just 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺
      Originally, nothing was being said, because everyone in the business—regardless if you’re the one in front (as the actors/actresses) or behind the camera (as the director and production crew)— can sympathize and EMPATHIZE about filming conditions, but the filming conditions about the set of “The Untamed”, and how things were for Xiao Zhan as the main character and the person with the most scenes, all came to a culminated rant post, in defence of Xiao Zhan, on Weibo one day by the co-director of “The Untamed”—HK director, Chan Ka Lam— as his way to provide backup for Xiao Zhan and his way to speak up for Xiao Zhan during the time this past summer when Xiao Zhan was experiencing and on the receiving end of a lot of hate due to a smear campaign going after Xiao Zhan and his works (in particular, his first ever big-screen movie, “Jade Dynasty”). Chen Ka Lam just couldn’t just sit and watch all that was happening to Xiao Zhan anymore, so he went on a rampage on Weibo to defend Xiao Zhan, and in his post, he basically listened out a lot of what Xiao Zhan went thru during filming and praised Xiao Zhan’s work ethic—even going as far as praising Xiao Zhan as a person, his character, his integrity, his kind heart, etc… Things we fans already know and love about Xiao Zhan ❤️— and he basically went off on all the people who were sending hate to Xiao Zhan, especially those who referred to themselves as “professional movie critics “, but gave the most unprofessional and biased reviews and were riding on the wave of hate directed at Xiao Zhan to try to get more likes, and tried to get trending, for their own agenda because they were agreeing with what the public was saying/do to Xiao Zhan

      ….. SOME PEOPLE JUST— 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️

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No Viki— I am not going to join in your watch party. I am certainly not going to join your watch party when the film is “The Wailing” 😱😱😱😱

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Took me a hot sec. to remember that they met thru BOF 😅😅 HOLY COW 🐄 THAT WAS 11 yrs. AGO

ALSO, Lee Min Ho referring to Kim Bum simply as “Bum” is the softest thing I’ve encountered today 🥺🥺🥺

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BTS footage of XZ’s upcoming drama “Duoluo Continent”

YASSSSS LET THE PROMOS BEGIN 😍
https://www.instagram.com/p/CG4I_AqgwbQ/?igshid=3hcs7hx2txu3

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🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻
And of course, “The Wolf” is always the one in question 🤔🤔🤔
https://www.instagram.com/p/CG4btLRgb4F/?igshid=p3cs1irii7yi

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“Duoluo Continent” S1 (DOES THAT MEAN WE’LL GET AN S2 LIVE-ACTION AS WELL? WILL THE CAST RETURN FOR S2? 🤔) included into Tencent’s 2021 broadcasting lineup

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    I just saw something about this on DKDK TV but focused on Chinese idols.

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      Yea, cancel culture is TOXIC T..T

      What frustrates me is that these K-Netz who promote such a toxic cancel culture is that they don’t even take the time to do a little research before they go about writing off something or someone.

      In this particular case, there needs to be an understanding that when you work in Mainland China, there’s an unspoken rule that at some point in time, you’re going to have to write a post– most likely on your SNS, because China understands the power of the internet– promoting the country, regardless of what your post says, as it’s the country’s way to promote and to show other countries a form of unity. If you do not do it or stay quiet for too long before doing it, the GOVERNMENT will be the one to cancel you. You don’t want that. No no no. So you post, regardless of your own personal thoughts and feelings. You post regardless if you do/don’t agree with China’s politics. You post regardless if you personally–in your heart of hearts–like or hate the situation T…T
      People should have noticed this when celebs from Taiwan started to work in Mainland China and started to post China-centric posts on their SNS, too, because out of ALL the places in the world, the country that’s most anti-China all these years has been Taiwan.

      If people were really paying attention, they would have also noticed that celebrities from HK have also stopped all politically charged posts going against China on their SNS ever since the new policies have been imposed onto HK by Mainland China, and it is only a matter of time when they will also be forced to put something out on their SNS to promote HK as being a part of Mainland China.

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        I’d have to watch it again, but on DKDK they mention knowing what it means when they all post the same thing. But were also upset that it seemed like China was trying to re write South Korean history and then with certain idols making a living in South Korea.
        But then at the same time China is such a huge economic power. This happening right after the whole BTS thing it will be interesting to see what happens, especially since it mostly seems centered around the entertainment sector.

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          I will say this:
          BTS’ speech at that event is the thing that prompted all of this (Oy vey!!! I do not want to be in the shoes of the speech writer right now). Yet, the people who choose to carry on being toxic is another thing. People who also didn’t consider the deeper context of BTS’ speech (South Korea centric celebrating a South Korean event) but choose to pick it apart and take it out of the context that it needs to be in (so, out of the boundaries of SOUTH Korea) is also something …

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