Taiwanese actress Lin Chi Ling is featured on August issue of GQ Magazine.
Taiwanese actor Ethan Ruan and Korean actress Yoon Eun-hye are working together to endorse a Chinese mobile phone brand. Below are some photos from behind the scenes of the CF filming.
Taiwanese actor Ming Dao was in Rome, Italy, to shoot his START photobook to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his showbiz debut.
Taiwanese star Ariel Lin announced on Sunday that she will not be shooting any more TV drama series in near future.
The 28-year-old actress, who is currently working on idol drama I May Not Love You, explained that she had thought about reducing her workload ever since she recovered from an operation to remove a cyst in her brain in 2009.
“Playing the lead in a television series is very tough, like life in the military,” said Lin, who was worried that a heavy workload will cause a relapse, among other health problems.
“Lately, my strength isn’t what it used to be. I still like acting, but I feel that I should pursue my dreams only as far as my health permits.
“I also want to give my time over to important people [in my life],” Lin told reporters, pointing out that her priorities in life have changed a lot since she made her showbiz debut at 18.
Apart from her career plans, Lin, who is currently dating a man named Zhen Jia Yao, also revealed that she plans to have a low key wedding, away from the media spotlight.
Taiwan music label HiM confirmed on Wednesday that Brunei-born actor-singer Wu Chun has decided to leave popular Taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit.
“Wu Chun expressed earlier this year that he ‘had no interest in singing and hoped to focus on acting’.
“HiM tried to persuade him and assured him better projects are being planned, in the hopes of keeping Wu Chun in the group.”
“But Wu Chun still decided to leave the group in the end,” said HiM in a statement.
“We respect his decision and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.”
The music label stressed that Fahrenheit, which debuted as a foursome in 2006, will continue to perform and release albums, albeit as a trio.