I have been a fan of him for almost four years. So, what I did was to switch channel whenever there was commercial. Later did I find that the drama was already ending and that one more episode to go and it would end. I really regretted not watching it beforehand. I still could recall how I always think of Mike He every time that the episode of his drama for that day will end.
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My Four-year Journey of Loving the Devil Prince, Mike He Jun Xiang | almostendlesslove
While I was browsing the internet today and happened to re-install weibo in my phone, the Taiwanese world of entertainment has given me another shock to which brought me back to the good old childish days of fangirling over Taiwanese dramas. Before the end of the first half of , Mike He surprised us with the news of his marriage but more shocking is that he already has a four-month old daughter. I know very well that many of you guys could have read my silly and immature post about counting the years of my love for this guy yet eventually time passes by and so my fondness of him slowly faded. But of course, as a fan who grew up liking him over half a decade, he still has a special place in my heart. Albeit the surprising news of him having a baby and getting married, I am more concerned with how much time flies and over the years, how I managed to move on with shipping him with either Rainie or Ariel. Browsing his current instagram posts last June made me realized that everyone grew up, matured, and has changed a lot. While he is still the same Mike whom I got crazy over, he is now the Mike who is both a father and a husband with huge responsibilities.
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Rainie Yang Chinese: Yang was born and raised in Taipei , Taiwan , her father's ancestors were from Guangdong , China. She spoke Cantonese at home. By the time she was 13, she had to start working because her father's business failed, which led to her parents being divorced. She attended Hwa Kang Arts School which specialized in performance arts.
Thinking about couples that reunite onscreen is like a chicken-and-egg question. Were they cast in more than one drama together because of how good they look together and how great their chemistry is? Or did they develop that chemistry by having worked with each other previously? Like the chicken-and-egg question, perhaps we will never find out.