Don’t Go Breaking My Heart

I couldn’t help myself since once again, courtesy of Netflix that I dived into this one.

This was one of the few times that I watched Gao Yuan Yaun since I wasn’t a major fan of her back in the days. It wasn’t her fault–as I later realized–because she was often cast in similar roles so I thought her acting was lacking. However, I felt that she did better in modern series and/or movies than in ancient settings. She was so lively and lovable that lit up the whole movie and set the stage for what was to come. So, we soon found out that her life was much more complicated than the early morning wakeup scene led on. However, her sorrowful days were short-lived–thanks to her encounter with Kevin and how they ended up changing each other’s life perspectives for the best. That also unleashed a chain of events as she became more confident with herself and took notice of her surroundings thus leading to her finally meeting Sean. Her world became quite chaotic and unpredictable as her fate was tied with Sean for the upcoming years. However, in some ways, she still retained her innocence and kindness. Sure, she could get so mad and became so scary at times, but overall, she was a gentle person. I felt Yuan Yuan brought out all those sides of Chi Yan really well. It was like walking into her world and going on a journey with her–whether through the goods or bads. It was somewhat addicting to watch in sense. Sometimes the plot was ridiculous–to say the least, but her character was never dull.

Despite reading a bit of spoiler–mostly how the second movie was perceived, I felt like I enjoyed the second movie more. Yes, I said it. The first movie was somewhat innocent and genuine–mostly because of Chi Yan’s personality and how she saw the world along with Kevin’s character. Yet I felt the second movie had its own charm. Although there was a lot of repetition of the first movie playing itself into the second movie, I felt it worked well with tying in with the first one because it reminded us of how such details in life could repeat or could also happen to someone else. For instance, Paul and Yeung Yeung having a pet octopus, Genie, like how Chi Yan and Kevin had Froggie. Interestingly, both pairings also failed in the end. The similarity with how Sean also filmed Yeung Yeung and tried to guess her song–but failed. Hilariously, his ring ended up being used by Paul to propose to Yeung Yeung later when he told her he had figured out the song she was singing already.

Daniel’s lack of appearance in the second movie angered many people–as I read various reviews. I totally understand that for loyal fans of the first movie–and also for his own fans as well. However, I felt the addition of Mariam and Vic–although sending the plot off the rails–made the movie tenfold more hilarious and also cranked up the hype. Daniel fans will probably kill me for it, but I felt the first movie was really bland at times with Daniel’s story. I guessed his character was supposed to be a counterbalance to Louis’ craziness, considering how they were from the opposite spectrum. However, I think I lost interest in his character around the time he became perfect when he met up with Chi Yan again. I didn’t want him to continue moping in sadness and drowning in his wine. Yet I felt his perfection was a turn off for me, feeling like his character just stepped out of an idol drama, too good to be true. Although it completely made sense with Chi Yan’s decision at the end of the first movie with her choosing Kevin, I felt they could have developed her story with Kevin a little more. It was like Johnnie To was already planning the second movie hence leaving it open or something. Because seriously, I saw it coming a mile that it wasn’t going to end well, especially how she looked back when she saw Sean on the way to the restaurant right before the proposal happened. There was still too much baggage and too many unresolved feelings. Not to mention how I was never completely sold on their pairing because of their lack of chemistry. They radiated off the “friends” vibe major time. Yes, they had some intense scenes and even shared a passionate kiss near the end of the first movie, but I didn’t feel anything at all. Hell, I felt Yuan Yuan had way better chemistry with Vic–who was supposed to be portraying her brother. Perhaps, that was why Vic was chosen and how it ended up being a misunderstanding for the majority of the parties thus leading to the big fight near the end of the second movie.

Once again, although having Mariam and Vic in the second movie sent the plot off the rails, it had somehow in its twisted way helped majorly with the main plot. It ripped right through the so-called normal lives of the others–or how Chi Yan had wanted to move on and was ready for the wedding ahead. What brought the second movie to a whole new level of craziness was the confrontation between Sean and Chi Yan and eventually leading to the big fight in Suzhou. I couldn’t even imagine what in the world the plot was going toward even. Everything was so chaotic, so random yet had to happen for things to finally resolve. In fact, the big fight wasn’t the highest level of craziness either. Because at least that fight was somewhat relating back to the fight between Sean and Kevin like the first movie. In actuality, the plot reached peak craziness around the time the wedding rolled around. Who could have guessed Sean would pull such a move? He scared half of the population present to death–while the other half just wanted to film it on their cameras to share it online (probably). What made it crazier yet hilarious was the part where Paul decided to spring a proposal and added to the already chaotic atmosphere after Kevin and Paul had succeeded in rescuing Sean from his crazy climb. I literally laughed out loud because I couldn’t believe it. We got to hear Vic sing “It’s Not That Simple” (沒那麼簡單) but that was seriously random. Also, Paul acted like it wasn’t a big deal after he got rejected and then even jumped into the pool to retrieve Yeung Yeung’s other shoe before heading to the elevator to send her off and even helped her put ’em back on again.

Many are probably thinking that I side with Louis’ character, Sean, hence downplaying Daniel’s character, Kevin. But honestly, I didn’t even like Sean at all throughout. Partially, it had to do with the plot. But overall, he was a let down throughout. Okay, saying “at all” might be a stretch. I actually quite liked his character as the movie started–as it was with Daniel’s character as well. I initially thought his character had more depth than that. Seeing how he saw her and wanted to cheer her up. I knew he had a crush on her at the beginning and was trying to get her attention. It was cute and all. But it went completely downhill as in he was dead to me right after he fell to temptation and slept with Angelina. He didn’t have to explain anything to her, seriously. She misunderstood. If he didn’t show up, it was obvious that she got the wrong idea. So if he wanted to be a gentleman and explain, fine, do it and leave. Yet it turned out, he was just using his weakness as an excuse. Whether his high testosterone issues were a real medical condition or not, it was never addressed throughout. So that led me to assume that it was just there to add to the humor, which wasn’t funny to me. It just degraded women or put the blame on them just because he couldn’t control himself. With Angelina, it could be said that she tried to seduce him but it was his choice to react or not. But the other women appearing throughout in there? It was hard to swallow with making it like it was partially their fault or something for dressing sexily. Then there was also the whole saying about there were two types of men, etc. Sean wasn’t the only one who said it but Joyce also said it later to Sean. I felt it was a slap in the face that it was a principle in general that they just accepted. So yeah, those two things combined made me despise Sean even more. Sure, it was his life, he could live it however he wanted. But I found it super hypocritical that he would get overly jealous–whether it was Chi Yan or Yeung Yeung–when they were spending time with another man. Then what bugged me more was seeing how his turnaround after his failed proposal to Chi Yan had led to his out of control womanizing schemes. It reminded me of the whole disaster with How I Met Your Mother steering Barney right back to his old habits just like that and dismissing his past growth completely. Anyway, contrary to the character, I felt Louis’ portrayal was very convincing.

In a way, to sum up Sean, Chi Yan, and Kevin’s relationships all around, Kevin was actually the one who brought Sean and Chi Yan together. If it wasn’t for Kevin, Chi Yan wouldn’t be able to change her outlook on life and gain her confidence again thus finally seeing Sean–who was trying to get her attention for so long. Their links were different on many levels but it wasn’t possible without one or the other being their course of actions had affected all one way or another. Again, I seriously felt Chi Yan was better off with Kevin like the first movie had ended, considering how it was ironic that she ended up with such a womanizer–and how she had detested what her ex-boyfriend did to her. But I guess the second movie wanted to take back Chi Yan’s safe choice and chose to let her end up with the one she actually loved–for better or for worse. It was just how Yeung Yeung said, telling her not to hide anymore.

Aside from that, I felt that it was such a shame that Paul and Yeung Yeung couldn’t end up together. It would be seriously chaotic if they did since Yeung Yeung and Sean would end up in the same family. Well, even more chaotic than before. But I felt it was just a shame that Vic and Mariam didn’t end up together. Their chemistry wasn’t bad at all. I enjoyed watching the scenes where they went out to eat and talked and just be random at times. Their interactions were so natural and so addicting to watch. The fact that both of their portrayals were so on par that saved the movie a little more.

After all that was said, my favorite character was surprisingly John. Yes, John was such a minor character or so it seemed yet I found him hilarious throughout. Regardless of how intense the main plot got, he was always there to contribute with much humor. Of course, he had no clue how comical he was yet his silly actions seemed to dissolve somewhat of the hectic atmosphere. I initially thought he would be Chi Yan’s asshole boss who would eventually fire her. The reason why I thought that was because during the meeting at the beginning of the first movie, he was trying super hard to deescalate the situation during the meeting and he was sweating so bad, I thought he would use Chi Yan as a scapegoat to get past that obstacle. But it turned out, he was really supportive of her and actually acknowledged that she was really hardworking and talented. He even risked his job to defend her when she saw Sean and called Sean “asshole” but he diverted it to himself. He also tried to convince Chi Yan not to quit and later became her ally with spying on different parties for her and reporting the events to her. It was refreshing, especially how it was known within those industries that there was major backstabbing going on. In the second movie, he was seen chiding Chi Yan and telling her that he shouldn’t be seen with her because he might get fired yet he still managed to give her information at times regarding Sean–or others. Yes, he seemed nosy overall but he truly cared for Chi Yan as a friend.

*All images were collected around the net hence belonging to their rightful owners.

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In Time for the Lunar New Year: QiaoRu Got Married!

(image credit: Joanne Tseng’s Facebook page)

Oh, happy day! No jokes! This is not a drill! QiaoRu got married! This came out as a surprise for me too since I was just scrolling down my Facebook page out of boredom. Then I saw Qiao Qiao’s post.

Translation:

We got married! ❤️

We’ve known each other for so long. Mr. Chen has witnessed me from a little girl turning into a woman, and continues to accompany me with much tolerance.

From this day on, I am Ms. Tseng and also Mrs. Chen. 🙂

People who love us are numerous, thank you for everyone’s caring and blessing. We will work together in the upcoming days, and will help each other to continue to grow.

A new page has opened up in our lives, please give us lots of advice. 🙏🏼🙏🏼

I thought she was putting us on. Seriously, even after I read the message. I just thought they finally worked on a drama together. Yet a quick stalking of Weibo confirmed the news and also because Aaron posted his congratulations to both parties.

Translation:

Yu Tang, congrats!

Wishing you a lifetime full of happiness.

Chen Yi Ru, congrats!

Wishing you a lifetime of success.

We’ve been together in each other’s lives and grew up together. Having encountered such fate isn’t easy. Thank you both.

I ended up checking Calvin’s page also and indeed, he had posted up a message of his own as well–with the same picture shared.

Translation:

Life has entered a new phase. Unplanned, but every one of us has our own pace, right? We’re married! In the new year of 2020, our responsibilities will be heavier. Thank you to our families and friends who have accompanied us. This road has been full of laughter and tears. Thank you for everyone’s concerns. Thank you for everyone’s blessings. For the new year, wishing everyone a progressive growth of goodness. Happy New Year! Most importantly, a year full of health!

Different articles could be found on the UDN site. (Go here for more.) One of the articles mentioned that Jiro had also sent his blessings for Calvin and Qiao Qiao. Esther from Qiao Qiao’s band Sweety had also congratulated her. Other friends and those within the industry had also sent their good blessings as well.

Anyway, how do I feel? So excited! I couldn’t be happier! Life has been tough lately SO this is one of the sunshine moments that I could use. Having followed them since their failed collaboration and then finally a successful collaboration, I’m beyond happy to learn of the news. Congrats to them and wish them all the happiness in the world!

S Storm

It has been a while since I watched a serious movie. I especially watched this because of Vic. Yes, I liked some of the other cast members too, but when I saw Vic’s name while browsing on Netflix, I had to jump in. And for the record, I didn’t watch the previous movie, Z Storm. Like I said, I was just jumping in for a Vic movie, considering how I haven’t watched him since The Flame’s Daughter. So how was it?

First off, the many familiar faces were making me feel nostalgic for some reason. Then there were the fresh faces to keep the balance with the rest of the audience as well. It was a typical cop movie yet brought forth many interesting characters to crank up the hype for the plot. I especially enjoyed Louis and Julian’s, Luk Sir and Lau Sir, banters at various points. I also loved Ada’s Wong Man Ling’s cleverness and her quick-witted nature. She proved to be a great asset for the team with her deduction skills and her fast reactions at times. Moreover, Tammy Tam’s kickass scenes brought another level of greatness into the movie. We got to see her contribution to the team as an overall when she was with them, but also individually when she was sent to Shenzhen to track a certain lead. It was intense and showed her capabilities at the restaurant. Although she occurred a setback during the fight scene, it showed a realistic side of the situation. That little delay didn’t deter her though since she soon got up after having some help and chased after the two suspects and managed to get their license plate as well.

Perhaps, the weakest link among the many characters and/or cast was Dada Chan’s Ebby Lau. I felt her best scenes were actually with her brother, Lau Sir, and not Vic. The highlight of her appearance and it showed through her acting was the part at the bar where she confronted her brother–even if she didn’t say it out directly in regard to their relation, but just told their tragic story from her point of view. Moreover, the scene where she called Luk Sir to the bar wasn’t too much of a scene for her, but it showed that she cared for her brother, despite her tough words previously. It was hard not to soften a bit after witnessing her brother’s devasted state. Her second touching scene with her brother was obviously the scene where he came to negotiate the terms and exchange himself for her. It showed their bond and it made her realize that he had changed, no longer the gambling addict like in the past. He was willing to sacrifice himself for her, that they were family. If I was able to list all the good parts of her, why was she the weakest link, right? I thought her playful scenes were a bit out of place for the rest of the movie–although that was just a part of her character. I felt she was a bit unnatural when she was interacting with Vic’s character, trying to get him to notice her more. Perhaps, her playful side and her carefree nature were what drawn Song Yan Sheun in, and made him realize other things in life. Yet Dada’s performance wasn’t as solid as the scenes that I mentioned above. I liked the serious talk at times that she had with Vic’s character though. In those scenes, she seemed more natural. Perhaps, she wasn’t that good with comedy? I never watched her before so I don’t know. But that was my interpretation when I saw her in this movie.

Although I said Dada was the weakest link in here, she was still crucial to the plot–especially tying back to Vic’s character. However, I felt the most irrelevant character must be Bowie Lam’s Terry Lun. Sure, he was the one who leaked the information to ICAC about the misdeeds within the Jockey Club thus leading to the launch of the investigation in the first place, setting forth a chain of events. Yet I felt if it wasn’t him, it could just be anyone else discovering it and leaking the information out. That same principle applied to the pen that he discovered later thus leading to his death. Anyone else could have discovered and died too and it wouldn’t make a difference if his character wasn’t there. I felt having the character around was just a notch too bloated for the already crowded star-dubbed cast. It didn’t really contribute much to the plot as an overall. It only stretched out some more details and a side distraction regarding Luk Sir’s background. Sure, having his character there made him suspicious and sort of covered up who the real culprit within the club was–as it was revealed near the end. Yet again, as I mentioned before, they could have just plugged some random person at that club and it would have the same effect. Considering how he wasn’t the main villain–or wasn’t even one of the masterminds of the grand scheme anyway, it was a waste of time for his story arch, to say the least.

The ending? It made me feel like I was choking by the time the final battle scene rolled around. The fact that they teased us with allowing Vic’s character, Song Yan Sheun, to be present for the most crucial moment was clever in some ways. However, it turned out to be a major disappointment as seconds passed and he was out of the picture again. It seemed like a slap in the face for Vic fans. I knew that Luk Sir and Lau Sir were the highlights of the movie, considering how they were introduced and their story played out later. However, considering how Vic was listed among the top three main leads, I felt it was justified that the rest of us felt robbed. He also appeared first as a setup for the first nerve-racking chase scene and later became the reason for half of the police force’s headaches. Perhaps, having him appearing less throughout created this mysterious aura for him. Yet it didn’t make me feel better with all the teasing throughout with the occasional scenes here and there of his background. Then, it was humanizing him during the scenes with Ebby. To finally, dismissing him completely as another character among all these twisted schemes by the so-called masterminds.

What saved the ending for me was knowing that Shek Sau’s character, Ha Chi Yin, didn’t escape in the end. He was caught by Luk Sir’s team when he was at the airport, attempting to make a clean exit out of the country. If he had escaped, I don’t think anyone would’ve lived it down. But I had to admit having him being the villain was a surprising twist for me, considering how I was betting (pun intended) Bowie Lam’s character to be the villain-aka the one being in cahoot with the other dude.

So recommended? I felt it was a really good movie on its own. Since I didn’t watch the other movies relating to the theme–as said before, I can’t comment. But by itself, it was good. It was just not a good movie to catch for Vic fans. Sure, his role was unique in its own way. I felt he lived up to the challenge of taking on yet another role in a serious movie. However, if you were fangirling, there was no point, lol. Let’s face it, any fangirl would be greedy to want more of their favorites. I’m guilty of that too and I’m not going to lie.

*All images were collected around the net hence belonging to their rightful owners.

Top 50 Actors of 2019

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Translations:

1. Zhu Yi Long / Chu Nhứt Long

2. Deng Lun / Đặng Luân

3. Jackson Yee / Dịch Dương Thiên Tỉ

4. Xiao Zhan / Tiêu Chiến

5. Wang Yi Bo / Vương Nhứt Bác

6. Yang Yang / Dương Dương

7. Hu Ge / Hồ Ca

8. Li Xian / Lý Hiện

9. Luo Yun Xi / La Vân Hy

10. Wang Jun Kai / Vương Tuấn Khải

11. Luo Jin / La Tấn

12. Lay Zhang Yi Xing / Trương Nghệ Hưng

13. Jin Dong / Cận Đông

14. Li Yi Feng / Lý Dịch Phong

15. Alan Yu / Vu Mông Lung

16. Liu Hao Ran / Lưu Hạo Nhiên

17. Wang Kai / Vương Khải

18. Roy Wang / Vương Nguyên

19. Zhang Ruo Yun / Trương Nhược Quân

20. William Chan / Trần Vỹ Đình

21. Xu Kai / Hứa Khải

22. Huang Zi Tao / Hoàng Tử Thao

23. Ray Ma Tian Yu / Mã Thiên Vũ

24. William Feng Shao Feng / Phùng Thiệu Phong

25. Vin Zhang / Trương Bân Bân

26. Zhu Ya Wen / Chu Á Văn

27. Lei Jia Yin / Lôi Giai Âm

28. Lu Han / Lộc Hàm

29. Shawn Dou / Đậu Kiêu

30. Jia Nai Liang / Giả Nại Lương

31. Zhang Jia Yi / Trương Gia Dịch

32. Zhang Yi / Trương Dịch

33. Lai Guan Lin / Lại Quán Lâm

34. Chen Xiao / Trần Hiểu

35. Wu Lei / Ngô Lỗi

36. Xing Zhao Lin / Hình Chiêu Lâm

37. Johnny Bai / Bạch Vũ

38. Guo Jing Fei / Quách Kinh Phi

39. Zhang Yi Shan / Trương Nhứt Sơn

40. Bai Jing Ting / Bạch Kính Đình

41. Yang Shuo / Dương Thước

42. Kenny Lin Geng Xin / Lâm Canh Tân

43. Xu Wei Zhou / Hứa Ngụy Châu

44. Joseph Zeng / Tăng Thuấn Hy

45. Johnny Huang / Huỳnh Cảnh Du

46. Wallace Huo / Hoắc Kiến Hoa

47. Huang Lei / Huỳnh Lỗi

48. Jeremy Jones / Từ Chính Hy

49. Hu Yi Tian / Hồ Nhứt Thiên

50. Jin Han / Kim Hàn

Lost Beauty by Angela Chang

(Credit: 福茂唱片)

Song Title: Lost Beauty (遺失的美好)

Music by: Huang Han Qing (黃漢青)

Lyrics by: Yao Ruo Long (姚若龍)

Key:
Bold = Chinese
Teal = Pin Yin
Royal Blue = English
Indigo = Vietnamese

海的思念綿延不絕
hai de si nian mian yan bu jue
The ocean’s longing is continuous and endless
Nỗi khát khao của biển triền miên vô tận
終於和天 在地平線交會
zhong yu he tian   zai di ping xian jiao hui
Eventually, it will will join with the sky at the horizon
Cuối cùng, nó cũng sẽ chắp nối với bầu trời ở nơi chân trời
愛如果走得夠遠
ai ru guo zou de gou yuan
If love could travel that far
Nếu tình yêu có thể đi tới bao xa
應該也會跟幸福相見
ying gai ye hui gen xing fu xiang jian
It will definitely meet up with happiness
Thì nó sẽ nhứt định tương hội với hạnh phúc

承諾常常很像蝴蝶
cheng nuo chang chang hen xiang hu die
Promises are usually like butterflies
Những lời hẹn ước giống như là những con bướm vậy
美麗的飛 盤旋然後不見
mei li de fei   pan xuan ran hou bu jian
They will fly beautifully, hovering and then disappearing
Nó sẽ bay lượn thiệt đẹp, rồi sau đó biến mất đi
但我相信你給我的誓言
dan wo xiang xin ni gei wo de shi yan
But I believe in the promises you’ve given me
Nhưng tôi tin tưởng những lời hứa hẹn mà anh đã trao ra
就像一定會來的春天
jiu xiang yi ding hui lai de chun tian
Just like the spring that will definitely arrive
Giống như là mùa xuân rồi cũng sẽ tới

我終於帶著你愛的微笑
wo zhong yu dai zhe ni ai de wei xiao
I’ve finally carry along your love with a smile
Tôi rốt cuộc cũng mang theo tình yêu của anh mà mỉm cười
一路上尋找我遺失的美好
yi lu shang xun zhao wo yi shi de mei hao
On the road, I will seek out my lost beauty
Trên đường đi, tôi sẽ tìm kiếm những nét đẹp mà tôi đã mất đi
不小心當淚滑過嘴角
bu xiao xin dang lei hua zui jiao
Carelessly, I let my tears slipped past my lips
Không cẩn thận, tôi đã để nước mắt tuông trào khỏi bờ môi
就用你握過的手抹掉
jiu yong ni wo guo de shui mo diao
I just used the hands that you once held to wipe it away
Tôi chỉ dùng bàn tay mà anh đã từng nắm để lau nó đi

再多的風景也從不停靠
zai duo de feng jing ye cong bu ting kao
Regardless of the landscapes, it couldn’t persuade me to stop
Cho dù có thêm bao nhiêu phong cảnh đi nữa cũng không thể giữ tôi lại được
只一心尋找我遺失的美好
zhi yi xin xun zhao wo yi de mei hao
I only have my heart in seeking out my lost beauty
Tôi chỉ chú tâm vào sự tìm kiếm những nét đẹp mà tôi đã mất đi
有的人說不清那裡好
you de ren shuo bu qing na li hao
No one could say clearly how good it is
Không một ai nói rõ được rằng tốt ở chỗ nào
但就是誰都代替不了
dan jiu shi shui dou dai ti bu liao
Yet no one could replace it
Nhưng cũng không có ai có thể thay thế được vị trí của nó

(music)

承諾常常很像蝴蝶
cheng nuo chang chang hen xiang hu die
Promises are usually like butterflies
Những lời hẹn ước giống như là những con bướm vậy
美麗的飛 盤旋然後不見
mei li de fei   pan xuan ran hou bu jian
They will fly beautifully, hovering and then disappearing
Nó sẽ bay lượn thiệt đẹp, rồi sau đó biến mất đi
但我相信你給我的誓言
dan wo xiang xin ni gei wo de shi yan
But I believe in the promises you’ve given me
Nhưng tôi tin tưởng những lời hứa hẹn mà anh đã trao ra
就像一定會來的春天
jiu xiang yi ding hui lai de chun tian
Just like the spring that will definitely arrive
Giống như là mùa xuân rồi cũng sẽ tới

我終於帶著你愛的微笑
wo zhong yu dai zhe ni ai de wei xiao
I’ve finally carry along your love with a smile
Tôi rốt cuộc cũng mang theo tình yêu của anh mà mỉm cười
一路上尋找我遺失的美好
yi lu shang xun zhao wo yi shi de mei hao
On the road, I will seek out my lost beauty
Trên đường đi, tôi sẽ tìm kiếm những nét đẹp mà tôi đã mất đi
不小心當淚滑過嘴角
bu xiao xin dang lei hua zui jiao
Carelessly, I let my tears slipped past my lips
Không cẩn thận, tôi đã để nước mắt tuông trào khỏi bờ môi
就用你握過的手抹掉
jiu yong ni wo guo de shui mo diao
I just used the hands that you once held to wipe it away
Tôi chỉ dùng bàn tay mà anh đã từng nắm để lau nó đi

再多的風景也從不停靠
zai duo de feng jing ye cong bu ting kao
Regardless of the landscapes, it couldn’t persuade me to stop
Cho dù có thêm bao nhiêu phong cảnh đi nữa cũng không thể giữ tôi lại được
只一心尋找我遺失的美好
zhi yi xin xun zhao wo yi de mei hao
I only have my heart in seeking out my lost beauty
Tôi chỉ chú tâm vào sự tìm kiếm những nét đẹp mà tôi đã mất đi
有的人說不清那裡好
you de ren shuo bu qing na li hao
No one could say clearly how good it is
Không một ai nói rõ được rằng tốt ở chỗ nào
但就是誰都代替不了
dan jiu shi shui dou dai ti bu liao
Yet no one could replace it
Nhưng cũng không có ai có thể thay thế được vị trí của nó

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在最開始的那一秒
zai zui kai shi de na yi miao
At the very first second of the beginning
Kể từ giây phút ban đầu
有些事早己經注定要到老
you xie shi zao ji jing zhu ding yao dao lao
There are some things that are already predestined until the end
Có một số chuyện vận mệnh đã định trước rồi
雖然命連愛開玩笑
sui ran ming lian ai kai wan xiao
Even if fate likes to play jokes
Cho dù số mệnh có trớ trêu cỡ nào đi nữa
真心會和真心遇到
zhen xin hui he zhen xin yu dao
Truthful hearts will eventually meet
Những kẻ thật lòng cũng sẽ được gặp nhau

我終於帶著你愛的微笑
wo zhong yu dai zhe ni ai de wei xiao
I’ve finally carry along your love with a smile
Tôi rốt cuộc cũng mang theo tình yêu của anh mà mỉm cười
一路上尋找我遺失的美好
yi lu shang xun zhao wo yi shi de mei hao
On the road, I will seek out my lost beauty
Trên đường đi, tôi sẽ tìm kiếm những nét đẹp mà tôi đã mất đi
不小心當淚滑過嘴角
bu xiao xin dang lei hua zui jiao
Carelessly, I let my tears slipped past my lips
Không cẩn thận, tôi đã để nước mắt tuông trào khỏi bờ môi
就用你握過的手抹掉
jiu yong ni wo guo de shui mo diao
I just used the hands that you once held to wipe it away
Tôi chỉ dùng bàn tay mà anh đã từng nắm để lau nó đi

再多的風景也從不停靠
zai duo de feng jing ye cong bu ting kao
Regardless of the landscapes, it couldn’t persuade me to stop
Cho dù có thêm bao nhiêu phong cảnh đi nữa cũng không thể giữ tôi lại được
只一心尋找我遺失的美好
zhi yi xin xun zhao wo yi de mei hao
I only have my heart in seeking out my lost beauty
Tôi chỉ chú tâm vào sự tìm kiếm những nét đẹp mà tôi đã mất đi
有的人說不清那裡好
you de ren shuo bu qing na li hao
No one could say clearly how good it is
Không một ai nói rõ được rằng tốt ở chỗ nào
但就是誰都代替不了
dan jiu shi shui dou dai ti bu liao
Yet no one could replace it
Nhưng cũng không có ai có thể thay thế được vị trí của nó

*All translations were done by DTLCT.