The latest co-production by Shaw Brothers and TVB also features a myriad of familiar faces in the cast, including Teresa Mo, Eric Kot, Kate Tsui, Bernice Liu, Pierre Ngo, Oceane Zhu, Richard Ng, Mak Ling Ling, and numerous star cameos.
While Lok Yan (Miriam Yeung) may be the most in-demand wedding planner in town, her love life is unfortunately nowhere as hot.
Arguably Hong Kong's smartest and wittiest filmmaker Pang Ho Cheung (Vulgaria, Aberdeen) produces Lazy Hazy Crazy, the directorial debut of his frequent screenwriter Jody Luk.
This ribald comedy-drama is a playful, salacious and incredibly naughty coming-of-age story about three disaffected high school friends who find growth and change through sexual exploration.
The series is produced by well known and long time TVB producer Mui Siu Ching.
It began airing weekly on TVB's Jade channel from December 21, 1998 till January 15, 1999, in its to PM time slot with 20 episodes total.
Alice (Fish Liew, Doomsday Party) uses We Chat to source paid dates, but her clients sometimes request deviant sexual behavior as part of her services.
Meanwhile, Alice helps Chloe (Koyi Mak) set up her own dating profile – but while the two become closer friends, Alice may be developing more than platonic feelings for Chloe.
Director Barbara Wong and writer/producer Lawrence Cheng - the team behind the surprise hit Break Up Club - have come up with another hit film that explores the love attitude of young people in contemporary Hong Kong, albeit of a slightly older demographic this time.
Headlined by Canto-pop diva Miriam Yeung as a successful wedding planner who is ironically disillusioned with the thing called love, the winning romantic comedy co-stars two rising stars and media darlings: actor/singer Raymond Lam and model/actress Chrissie Chau.
From their Nettwerk debut EP Remission in 1984 to their 1992 album Last Rights, Skinny Puppy developed into an influential band with a dedicated cult following, fusing elements of ambient, funk, noise, new wave, electro, and rock music and making innovative use of sampling.
Over the course of several tours of North America and Europe in this period, they became known for theatrical, horror-themed live performances and videos, drawing attention to issues such as chemical warfare and animal testing.
His role in Moments of Endearment as the cowardly and feminine guy "Ah Fai" showed that he can be an versatile actor who can take on other kinds of characters.