A while ago, I remember reading about Netflix trying to get into China’s market. Critics were saying it might be a tough market to get into considering that China already has many online offerings (most of which are free). However, what Netflix offer is something different, which is targeting the international audiences who need English subtitles. Over the years, I have noticed an increase in Asian dramas on Netflix and without realizing, Wallace’s last three big projects have managed to be brought by Netflix.
Since I am a fan of Yichen and Mosheng’s love story, Haha recently informed me that My Sunshine is now on Netflix. So I figure it would be a good idea to do a quick features on all of Wallace’s projects currently on Netflix. I strongly recommend any fan who has an account there to support Wallace, so that we can get more projects.
Continue reading Wallace Chung on Netflix
Concert Finale In Beijing
Wallace’s 4-concert tour took us from Shanghai, to Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and, finally, Beijing. The final stage appeared bigger and there was not a single seat left empty. To accompany those fans who were not able to grab any tickets, they could watch the live streamed concert on Iqiyi (VIP members only though). The live streamed video has since gleaned more than 1.8 million views.
There were many high quality videos of the concert, but the sponsors have ask fans not to duplicate the video elsewhere. As a result, there will not be any video of the live streamed stream shown here. Instead, you get very nice GIFs… … Yea!! Continue reading SEPTEMBER 2016 NEWS UPDATE
In July, Wallace wrapped up the 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
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.
Continue reading JUNE 2016 NEWS UPDATE
May has come to an end, Wallace spent most of his time filming General and I. June is coming with all the movies that Wallace had filmed last year. Are you ready to watch Wallace on the big screen? I sure am! (although some of us need to wait longer for the movies to reach our local cinema.) Continue reading MAY 2016 NEWS UPDATE
The best part of having an acclaimed director like Johnnie To is the media’s strong interest in his work, hence the English audiences get more information .
Here is the latest English article: Continue reading A BTS Glance of “Three”
The upcoming summer release film, There (三人行), held its first trailer released press conference this past 14th of April. Only Wallace Chung, Zhao Wei, and Johnnie To were on hand in Beijing to promote the movie. Louis Koo could not attend. 😦
Continue reading “Three” Trailer Press Conference Released with Wallace and Zhao Wei