I’m a Ni Ni stan now, have I mentioned it before? No? I really REALLY enjoyed watchingÂ Mo Zhang’s Suddenly Seventeen (28å²æœªæˆå¹´). The ending is a bit straight rom-com, but Ni Ni— Woah. She was amazing.
Cfensi has always loved Ni Ni, so she’s also gushing about this new photoshoot for The New York Times Travel Magazine by photographer Yin Chao (å°¹è¶…), centered on Nanjing Girls and also featuring actresses Hai Qing,Â Yang Zishan andÂ Mei Ting, as well as model Bonnie Chen.
The favorite shot, tho, the watermelon one~ xD
You can also follow Yin Chao’s activities on his studio’s Weibo— SUPERSTUDIO.
I’m about to finish watchingÂ Stories By Rabindranath Tagore, which has some episodes directed by Anurag Basu— an anthology of some of Tagore’s short stories. One of my favorite episodes has beenÂ Mrinal ki Chitthi (ep19), which stars Amrita Bagchi. I’m usually really good with faces that I see in other movies, but I honestly just vaguely remember her face in Phobia and Meri Pyaari Bindu. I must be getting old.
Mamamoo has officially become the group with most albums in my music collection— officially 8 albums; but honestly it’s 9 albums (with a double Purple edition), plus a SolGam tape, a SolGam LP, two kihno kits, a DVD and a BR of Moosical. LOL
Zico’s Artist isn’t honestly my favorite track in Television, but damn! It’s probably my favorite live of the album, coz- duh! Live band~ I mean, it’s almost impossible to beat anyÂ You Hee-yeol’s Sketchbook (ìœ í¬ì—´ì˜ ìŠ¤ì¼€ì¹˜ë¶) when competing with a live band, but not even the Sketchbook performance of Anti or the MAMA one top it, because that’s the type of song you listen to at home in the middle of the night at 3-4AM.