South Korea was not one of the lucky countries where Three (三人行) was released last summer, but I wanted to see Wallace in the film so badly that I decided to fly to Hong Kong to watch it. I was not a big fan of crime thrillers or Johnnie To, nor Three was an easy or friendly movie—it took me three views to finally get a grasp of it!—yet it was totally worth the trip and all its cost! After watching it, I came to like Johnnie To and of course to like Wallace even more! Three finally landed on Korean soil in early October at Busan International Film Festival and I watched it for the fourth time, which finally got me down to write a much belated review. Continue reading A Review of Three (三人行）
Rensi has translated “Feeling Pumped” for quite a while now. I’ve just manage to get it finalized with the encoded English subtitles after a long month of trying to fit everything together with my limited time. The song is pretty catchy and it’s been on my running playlist.
So jam to this song along with me and Wallace! Continue reading [Eng Sub] Feeling Pumped 感覺夠 FM MV
Concert Finale In Beijing
Wallace’s 4 concerts tour took us from Shanghai, to Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and finally ending in Beijing. The final stage appeared bigger and there was not a single seat left empty. To accompanied those fans who were not able to grab any tickets, they could have live stream the concert on Iqiyi (VIP members only though). The live stream have since rank up more than 1.8 million views.
There were many good quality videos of the concert, but sponsorship have ask fans not to duplicate the video else where. As a result, there will not be any video of the live stream being shown here. Instead, you get very nice GIF… … Yea!! Continue reading SEPTEMBER 2016 NEWS UPDATE
‘Sing For Life’ Concert
Wallace’s closing concert is in Beijing ( September 24). Tickets were in high demand as who knows when this boy will have another concert. Many fans even post up their frustration by hashtagging ‘Wallace Chung’s ticket hard to get.‘ If you are one of those disappointing fans, remember everything will be a thing of the past (that did not help did it? …LO L).
In August though, Wallace had 2 concerts: One in Guangzhou on the 6th and the other one in Shenzhen on the 13th. The weeks leading to the concerts, Wallace had posted on his weibo asking if fans prefer hearing one more song or listening to him talk more. Well, it looks like the fans have spoken up, because he sure did take his sweet time talking between performances. Continue reading AUGUST 2016 NEWS UPDATE
In July, Wallace wrapped up roadshows for his three movies, “Three,” “Bounty Hunters” and “Tik Tok.” He also announced plans for his continuing “Sing for Life” concert tour in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Beijing, resulting in a swarm of fans vying for tickets online and off. Wallace confessed that he enjoyed “dating” fans via road shows, press conferences, and live streamed chat sessions. All his efforts for the various projects paid off, driving the total number of his Weibo followers up to 22 million.
‘Bounty Hunters’ Wrap-up
Wallace entertained the fans during his last ‘Bounty Hunter‘ road shows in Shanghai. Continue reading JULY 2016 NEWS UPDATE
Get ready to know more about the characters from Wallace upcoming drama. The English title is not yet announced. I’ll be shortening it to “Blooming Flowers” until the official title is confirmed. The production team is still filming in Xiamen, China and these are the latest released stills of the cast members.
Jona did such an awesome job writing descriptions for each characters according to the novel, I decided to do a quick post for an easy read. Continue reading 2017 Drama: Blooming Flowers (一路繁花相送)
June was a month of unalloyed bliss for the Wallace Chung fans all over the world. If you got a little depressed earlier this year because you didn’t get to see Wallace in the news as often as you desired, you wish was granted in the month of “Zhong”—doesn’t Wallace’s last name in Mandarin Chinese sound a lot like “June”? Wallace won his first best male actor award at the Shanghai International Film Festival, graced the premieres and press conferences for his latest works, and turned dozens of road shows of “Three” into jovial fan meets. Plus, he caught up with the latest technology adored by China’s entertainment world, “live stream,” to connect with his beloved fans.