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  • Stanley
    Stanley wrote:

    As you probably know that the Chinese super star Andy Lau, he's from HK, a singer, a movie star, he's been famous for more than 30 years in Chi*na, chiense call him as "biggest super star", I think his fame could be similar as your Elvis Presley or Michael Jakson, but personally, I don't think so, any star I prefer that he can compose, writting songs, and play instruments, but Andy La*u didn't. From today's TV said, that Andy La*u is the most studious stary. hmmmmm............

    well, anwyay, I think that many westerners should know him, what do you think about Andy Lau? western friends?

  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:
    hehe, yeah, Magdalena, of course he's more famous than Tony Leung.
  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:




    This is Andy Lau.
  • WeLiveInBeijingRess
    i am sure they think he is some chinese person by his name, proabbly can't even tell if it's a dude or girl. coz chinese names r totally strange to them
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    Clinically, he is contagious, that's all I can tell you guys by now.
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    I happened to overhear it from a Chinese woman with an International Big Mouth, AKA IBM,  while having pizza with an Australian friend of mine
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    I feel sorry for him and lucky for myself, at least according to my latest full medical check-up almost half a year.  See, human nature again, as long as it doesn't happen to ourselves, it is ok to speak up about it. What a joke.

    P.S. the information provided is by no means a reference for professional media. In another word, it is just a fib or fuss.  
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    In my personal opinion, his best work is: "you are my woman".
  • Peter S 李贝勒
    i was curious. i didn't know the guy. so, i checked on youku one of his show... The show is good, really impressive for the eyes... But in my taste, the music is really more than soso...

    Maybe he s better as an actor than singer?  
  • Peter S 李贝勒
  • Dominik
    Dominik wrote:
    his english name is actually andy lau and he was great in infernal affairs.

    i am  a fan of tony leung, though i prefer his 90s movies to his newer stuff.
  • Dominik
    Dominik wrote:
    I always liked happy together with leslie cheung and tony leung. kinda strange considering i am not a fan of drama. even more curious was that this was a gay drama back in the 90s with two chinese actors in it. i know for a fact that tony leung would not do a movie like this again and funnily enough that dramas that deal with sexual identity are more frequent in the west then ever.great flick.
  • Dominik
    Dominik wrote:
    well the point i was trying to make is that, that tony leung made a movie like this when it was considered a taboo but now where the world came to terms with it he is shying away from it. i guess its political, i just found it odd. his movies now are completely meaningless and absolutely terrible imho
  • K5-35
    K5-35 wrote:
    Tony Leung is not a manly figure, however, his role in Andy Lee's "Caution, Lust" is highly praised. The leading actress gave up her fiance to be the leading actress in that film, and had real sex with Leung (it was pretty obvious and the scenes may be disappointing to you I am afraid). 

    Tony Leung's current lover, Liu Jialing was raped by a criminal gang, taped and publicized as a revenge because Tony Leung broke his contract of escort-ship with a HK business woman. 

    Sometimes Chinese only think about greed and lust? Do you have any idea? neither do I.....

    If I am authorized to rename that film, I will call it "Caution, Cartier" instead, LOL.

    Another confusion is, in the film "Message, AKA 风声", I found the scenes of torturing women quite disturbing and offensive, especially when there is no rating discretion in China. Besides, why did they use "Panzer Lied" as the background music?

    I would think that any Japanese troop will prefer to sing Sakura a lot more than Panzer Lied during WW2, as Katyusha for Russian red army.  For one thing, Panzer Lied is in German, sung by the SS Sinking Ship. 

    If I said that "Lust Caution" is basically based on my own life, that must make you laugh, lol. Yeah, I am the lunatic. 

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