{update} New Header!

After more than half a year, I finally got around to changing my header! This time it's featuring Oscar Leung. :) It's super simple since I'm too lazy to make anything else. hahaha I can't wait for The Voice 4 to come out so I can listen to Oscar sing some more (and of course Fred!!). 
I'm currently watching A Change of Heart and Awfully Lawful. I'm too lazy to write my thoughts on this series in a normal post, though. ACOH is pretty boring and I find myself fast forwarding through scenes that don't have Siu Yiu (Bosco Wong) in it. To be honest, I'm not really liking Joey Meng's character, and I especially dislike Sze Ka (Mandy Wong). The audience is supposed to pity them (? well at least Sze Ka) but the only time I enjoy Sze Ka scenes are when they make fun of her. AL on the other hand is very entertaining. I especially love Elsa (Selena Li) and Solo (Roger Kwok). I really want to know what happened to Ming (Raymond Cho), so hopefully he comes back soon. 

{tvb} Slow Boat Home Ending Thoughts

Slow Boat Home was a lighthearted family series from the start, and that's how it stayed. Although it ended with a cheesy 'x years later' with everyone ending up happily ever after together, it was a satisfying ending. All the pairings that were meant to be ended up together, and they had a sickeningly sweet song performance at the end too. The ending was really cute, though, so it's okay if TVB ended it with a cliche haha. 

The best part of the series had to be the bromance between the three main guys (especially in the last episode). Shuttle Kei (Matt Yeung) didn't get as much screentime as the others, but he's my favorite. :) Although some of the characters ended up pissing me off, SBH is still entertaining enough to finish. Just don't expect something fresh and new from TVB, though. 

{tvb} Slow Boat Home Thoughts

I'm glad to say that Slow Boat Home is enjoyable so far. I'm quite fond of the lead actors, so that might be a major reason why I'm liking this series so far, but I also like it because it's simple and light hearted compared to the more recent TVB series (like Bullet Brain and Beauty at War). There's no interesting characterization, since they all seem like the typical TVB characters. Raymond Wong is Cheung Po Tsai, a hotheaded guy with no sense of responsibility, Aimee Chan as Kate/Po-po in her typical ABC role, Ruco Chan as Fit Wing,  the handsome professional and all around perfect guy, and Selena Li as Heidi, a career minded "evil" girl. Of course, Cilla Lok is the unbearable bratty and spoiled little girl who will inevitably realize her mistakes and be a good girl, and there's Mat Yeung as the nice boy who is in love with her. Raymond and Aimee make an okay couple so far, but their chemistry is nothing compared to that of Ruco and Selena. For their first time working together, they have amazing chemistry. Although Heidi started off unlikeable, I really like her and Fit Wing together. She's not an antagonist, which makes it a lot easier to like her character. :) I don't particularly like Cilla and Mat together, and it's mostly cause I don't like her character. Mat's just so so cute though, I really loved him in episode nineteen you guys should just watch it for him ajdlfjlskaf
When they first announced this series, I thought that it would focus more on songs, but I guess that's not what this series really was about. Cilla's character sort of sang, but I guess after her contract fiasco, she's not going  to sing in the series anymore... Anyways, if you don't know if you should watch this or not, you could just watch Ruco and Selena's scenes together. :) And maybe Raymond, Ruco, and Mat's scenes together, because their bromance is just so cute. 

{tvb} Beauty at War Thoughts

Beauty at War is a series that could make you confused easily, especially if you did not pay attention to all of the details. Also, some of it was pretty draggy, so I could see why this series did not get high ratings. While there were a lot of big names in the cast, their acting could not save an uninteresting script. 
The only relationship that I looked forward to watching was that of Muk Do Yee (Katy Kung) and Tung Kat Hoi (Kenny Wong). It was interesting to see how Muk Do Yee thought of Tung Kat  Hoi as her only friend to confide in, and the fact that Kat Hoi went to look for Muk Do Yee instead of escaping the palace spoke a lot about their relationship. It's too bad that their ending was left open-ended, but I like to think that Tung Kat Hoi caught up to Muk Do Yee and Ko Lau Fei. I liked this couple. 
The palace scheming is overdone, so I don't really want to talk about it haha. One thing I do wonder is what really happened to Master Wan (Eddie Kwan) when he went to Rehe to perform for the emperor. His wife  Ying Kam (Vivien Yeo) suffered so much because of him, and I think she's one of the characters that I pity the most in this drama. 
Anyways, thirty episodes is pretty draggy. Don't watch it if you don't have time to waste, lol.