A Great Way to Care II

If looking at this as a standalone series–like I was advised, this was decent by itself. It could be considered a cop drama also. However, on the sequel front, it failed miserably on several levels. I’ll do a breakdown (like I usually do) to clarify a bit more. First off, cast: Alex Fong as Dr….

Miss Hong Kong 1999

So, what about 1999? Cool opening. This year, the girls got to sing more than the previous years. (Again, probably cutting back on inviting the famous guests. Possibly a way to recruit new singers.) Still, in a way, it helped to see that they were so united in various parts. New way to start the…

Safe Guards

That was a very great and satisfying ending. There were so many conflicts and hardships during the last few episodes but glad they found a clever way to resolve it instead of making it rushed like previous series. Really loved Ram Tseung in here as Ching Mun. He was so clever and carefree. Too bad…

Welcome to the House

This the first sitcom of TVB that I managed to finish and I must admit that it was one interesting journey. It took me several months, of course, because I had to spread them out. Like(s): Raymond Cho and Johnson Lee as Ah Dee and Ah Mieh. I really like watching them together as friends….

A Great Way to Care

If you ignore the corny English title, this is actually very good. The  funniest thing is if you watch this and The Threshold of a Persona at the same time, you will realize the majority of the supporting cast is the same. It might cause confusion also but it’s still interesting to see how each…