Top 50 Actors of 2017

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Once again, here’s the list of the most popular people based on searches on Weibo.

Translations:

1. Hu Ge / Hồ Ca

2. Lu Han / Lộc Hàm

3. Yang Yang / Dương Dương

4. Li Yi Feng / Lý Dịch Phong

5. Jin Dong / Cận Đông

6. Wang Kai / Vương Khải

7. William Chan / Trần Vỹ Đình

8. Chen Xiao / Trần Hiểu

9. Wang Jun Kai / Vương Tuấn Khải

10. Allen Ren / Nhậm Gia Luân

11. Zhang Yi Shan / Trương Nhứt Sơn

12. Lay Zhang Yi Xing / Trương Nghệ Hưng

13. Mark Chao / Triệu Hựu Đình

14. Jackson Yee / Dịch Dương Thiên Tỉ

15. Kenny Lin Geng Xin / Lâm Canh Tân

16. Wu Lei / Ngô Lỗi

17. Peter Sheng / Thịnh Nhứt Luân

18. Michael Chen He / Trần Hách

19. Xue Zhi Qian / Tuyết Chi Khiêm

20. Roy Wang / Vương Nguyên

21. Luo Jin / La Tấn

22. Joe Xu Hai Qiao / Từ Hải Kiều

23. Ray Ma Tian Yu / Mã Thiên Vũ

24. Wallace Chung / Chung Hán Lương

25. Ma Ke / Mã Khả

26. Vin Zhang / Trương Bân Bân

27. Zhu Ya Wen / Chu Á Văn

28. Lu Yi / Lục Nghị

29. Hawick Lau / Lưu Khải Uy

30. Wallace Huo / Hoắc Kiến Hoa

31. Qin Jun Jie / Tần Tuấn Kiệt

32. Deng Chao / Đặng Siêu

33. Zhang Ruo Yun / Trương Nhược Quân

34. Cheney Chen Xue Dong / Trần Học Đông

35. Shawn Dou / Đậu Kiêu

36. Neo Hou / Hầu Minh Hạo

37. Jiang Jin Fu / Tưởng Kình Phu

38. Deng Lun / Đặng Luân

39. Zhang Han / Trương Hàn

40. Alan Yu / Vu Mông Lung

41. Huang Xiao Ming / Huỳnh Hiểu Minh

42. Zhang Jia Yi / Trương Gia Trạch

43. Huang Xuan / Huỳnh Hiên

44. Wu Xiu Bo / Ngô Tú Ba

45. Huang Zi Tao / Hoàng Tử Thao

46. Li Chen / Lý Thần

47. Bai Jing Ting / Bạch Kính Đình

48. Zhang Yi / Trương Trạch

49. Yu He Wei / Vu Hoà Vỹ

50. Liu Hao Ran / Lưu Hạo Nhiên

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Year 2017 in Recap

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When I thought that 2016 was a terrible year for me, I was wrong. 2017 continued to tank to a new level of crappiness. There were many frustrating things–one after another. It was like when I asked, “How much worse could 2017 be?”, it was like a challenge to the universe. So stuff happening in real life obviously affected how much time I have for this blog or attempted to keep some sort of activity. I did better than last year regarding updates, but that was a lot of effort, because I’m still way behind on some news that I wanted to talk about. Yet no time or more like didn’t feel like it at the moment. I continued to get drained to another level that I thought might not be possible–like several days before. Then the pattern just repeat itself at different intervals. I think somewhere along the way, I ended up revamping my blog by getting rid of the too random posts. Like those general update ones. Although my blog already is random on many levels, but I didn’t want to just post for the sake of placeholders too much. Anyway, here are some stats for this year.

Total Posts in 2017: 155 (11.7% of all time).
January: 18 (% of the year)
February: 10 (%)
March: 21 (%)
April: 20 (%)
May: 11 (%)
June: 18 (%)
July: 6 (%)
August: 4 (%)
September: 20 (%)
October: 14 (%)
November: 9 (%)
December: 4 (%)

Books Reviews: Sad, because I actually read a bit this year but didn’t feel like doing reviews for some of them. Maybe I’ll go back to do them later.

Movies + TV Series Reviews/Episode Summaries:

Fan Fiction: Complete failure–unlike what I promised last year about getting  things done. I started looking over some of the fan fics again and managed to get going on some, but I can’t promise on how fast it would be rolled out. I’ll get it out when I’m happy with what I wrote.

Songs Translations: I used “You’re Always Beautiful” to start the year, thinking that if I continue to retain some sense of positiveness, somehow things will get better. But it didn’t. Anyway, how was this year regarding translations? I didn’t realize I was that productive. Mostly, I tried to push the majority of 183 Club’s songs out.

Chinese:

Vietnamese:

I didn’t want to do this update like I said last year. However, I felt like I needed to persuade myself to continue on. Not to mention, I want to keep some sort of teeny, tiny bit of hope that 2018 will actually be better. So we’ll see, right?

The Handsomest Men of the (Ancient) World

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I just stumbled upon this MV and couldn’t help but share. (Click here for the original on Weibo and here for Vietnamese subs of the song.) The song is Zhang Jie’s “Tian Xia”. I used Ken’s picture because that was where I first saw the video being share.

Anyway, did you see your favorites in here?