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Love is love, says the cast of BL drama, HIStory 4: Close To You

Yahoo Lifestyle SEA caught up with the four heartthrobs of the popular boys' love series for a chat about the show and their characters.

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One thing about the drama that is hotly debated by viewers is that the characters Ye Xing Si and Fu Yong Jie develop a romantic relationship despite being siblings – they're stepbrothers.

Yahoo Lifestyle SEA caught up with the four heartthrobs of the popular boys' love series for a chat about the show and their characters.

AdMachen Sie Ihre Träume wahr! Jeden Freitag befinden sich mindestens 10 Mio. € im Jackpot. Spielen Sie das Original – einfach und sicher bei LOTTO24.Elle DecorArts patron and interior designer Joanna Fisher has created a pint-size fantasy home, now on display at the Museum of Arts and Design.

Covid-19: Those fully vaccinated could be allowed to travel with fewer curbs, gather in larger groups, attend mass events People vaccinated against COVID-19 will be given 'some concession' when overseas travel resumes: Gan Kim Yong Covid-19: Those fully vaccinated could be allowed to travel with fewer curbs, gather in larger groups, attend mass events

42 minutes agoKpop Girl Group PURPLE K!SS Are Amazing Dancers! | TikTok Challenge Challenge | Cosmopolitan'Ponzona' singers and kpop girl group @PURPLE KISS is here to play the Cosmo TikTok Challenge! Watch more TikTok Challenge Challenge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqCxDk0qQvE&list=PLrx4fxhgMUOayMpvA8bt2rnieMzvJwftb 🕺 Park Jieun, Na Goeun, Dosie, Ireh, Yuki, Chaein and Swan are all amazing dancers - who do you think won?! Tell us in the comments 😘 Love Cosmo? Then come join our ~ elite ~ members-only crew. Sign up for Cosmo Unlocked: cosmopolitan.com/joinnow 🔓

2 hours agoThe WrapNorman Lloyd Remembered by Ben Stiller, Rosanna Arquette and More: ‘What a Career. From Welles to Apatow’Actor known for Alfred Hitchcock films and “St. Elsewhere” died at 106 Hollywood is in awe of the legendary career of Norman Lloyd, who died this week at age 106 after having worked with everyone from Orson Welles to Judd Apatow to Charlie Chaplin to Alfred Hitchcock. Karl Malden once referred to Lloyd as “the history of our business,” and it shows in his enormous filmography, in which he worked as an actor, director and producer, not only continuing to work well past age 100 but being willing to share stories and histories with other film fans at screenings of classic films all across town. “What a career. From Welles to Apatow. #RIP Norman Lloyd,” actor Ben Stiller said in reacting to Lloyd’s death. “Look up mensch in the dictionary. There’s a picture of Norman Lloyd,” Brent Spiner added. Lloyd was perhaps best known as Dr. Daniel Auschlander on the long-running ’80s series “St. Elsewhere,” but he was the last surviving member of Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater company and was seen famously dangling and falling from the Statue of Liberty in Hitchcock’s “Saboteur.” His career spanned decades and earned him two Emmy nominations as a producer. He also acted in other hits such as “Dead Poet’s Society,” “The Age of Innocence” and in a memorable spot in “In Her Shoes.” He also had recurring roles in such TV series as “Home Fires,” “Seven Days” and “The Practice.” Media personality Keith Olbermann also shared the news of Lloyd’s passing, calling him a dear friend and reminiscing on Lloyd’s love of baseball and being old enough to remember seeing Babe Ruth tear his pants, adding that Lloyd was “intent” on reaching age 107. See some other reactions to Norman Lloyd’s passing below: What a career. From Welles to Apatow. #RIP Norman Lloyd. https://t.co/sDCRpgeXgt— Ben Stiller (@RedHourBen) May 11, 2021 Got to meet Norman Lloyd once about 20 years ago, when he was a mere pup of 86. Run your eye down the man's credits as an actor & director and salute the Real Deal. RIP.— Michael McKean (@MJMcKean) May 11, 2021 RIP to NJ's own Norman Lloyd, patron saint of the working character actor. Member of Orson Welles' original Mercury Theatre in the '30s, last credit was 2015's "Trainwreck." Worked with Chaplin, Hitchcock and Scorsese along the way. A lifer. https://t.co/6WlDjRK8Wd— James Urbaniak (@JamesUrbaniak) May 11, 2021 Look up mensch in the dictionary. There’s a picture of Norman Lloyd. RIP.— Brent Spiner (@BrentSpiner) May 11, 2021 Oh Norman Lloyd you were so kind to me when I was a kid starting out may you Rest In Peace dear man.— ✌🏼rosanna arquette (@RoArquette) May 11, 2021 We're saddened to hear about the passing of legendary actor, director and producer Norman Lloyd. Over the years, he graciously spent time with us and fans sharing stories about his life and career. Thank you for your performances, the memories and the laughter. pic.twitter.com/SB2cN5PuJ6— TCM (@tcm) May 11, 2021 He played tennis with Charlie Chaplin, became Hitchcock’s right hand, and worked with everyone from Orson Welles to Amy Schumer. Time spent with him was nothing short of glorious. Calling Norman Lloyd a friend was truly an honor—we love you sir. RIP ♥️ https://t.co/q55Uyf5fzG pic.twitter.com/CnJ8A7099G— Jessie Maltin (@jessiemaltin) May 11, 2021 My dear friend Norman Lloyd has died.He was 106. He would quote things Chaplin, Hitchcock, and Judd Apatow said to him – in the same sentence. He saw a his first World Series game in 1928 (“Babe Ruth tore his pants! We roared!”) and his last in 2017.He was intent on 107. pic.twitter.com/I9NbhTHI21— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) May 11, 2021 We mourn the loss of actor, producer, director and @sagaftra member Norman Lloyd. Best known for his roles in SABOTEUR, DEAD POETS SOCIETY and ST. ELSEWHERE, please enjoy our Career Retrospective with this legend from 2015 moderated by actor Elliott Gould. https://t.co/tBaDiRhQB2— SAG-AFTRA Foundation (@sagaftraFOUND) May 11, 2021 Farrwell to a dear friend, Norman Lloyd, whose wit, vigor and boundless curiosity – even as he entered his second century – should be a model to us all. https://t.co/eBrrsp0nFu— Scott Foundas (@foundasonfilm) May 11, 2021 Read original story Norman Lloyd Remembered by Ben Stiller, Rosanna Arquette and More: ‘What a Career. From Welles to Apatow’ At TheWrap headtopics.com

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Three-year-old in China accidentally orders 100 bowls of noodles because ‘she was hungry’

KUALA LUMPUR — A three-year-old girl in Jilin, China accidentally ordered 100 bowls of zha jiang mian (noodles with soybean paste) with her father’s mobile phone.

Atots.....thai bl series......just as good if not better.

No 'festive vibes': Malaysians brace for another sombre Hari Raya amid nationwide COVID-19 lockdownFor the second year in a row, many Muslims in Malaysia are unable to “balik kampung” (return to hometown) and reunite with their loved ones.

New garden at Choa Chu Kang Cemetery Complex for families to scatter ash remains of loved onesIN PICTURES: Singapore’s first inland ash scattering garden forms one part of the sprawling 9,500-sq ft Garden of Peace CCK. The garden is a secular facility that is open to Singaporeans from all religious backgrounds. Scattering ash in garden cost 320 dollars?better go east coast sea to throw ash in the sea for free!!

China 'wins gamble' after space rocket debris crash lands in Indian OceanRemnants of a Chinese rocket crashed into the Indian Ocean on Sunday in one of the largest uncontrolled re-entries of a spacecraft in history. No one is believed to have been injured, but the incident prompted NASA to criticise China for “failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris” and a lack of transparency. People in Jordan, Oman and Saudi Arabia reported spotting the debris in the dawn skies, which crashed into the ocean at 0224 GMT near the Maldives, according to coordinates reported by Chinese state media. China’s space agency said that most of the core section of its Long March 5B rocket burned up on re-entry into Earth's atmosphere. The news ended days of speculation about where debris from the rocket's core section, which was 30 metres long and 21 tonnes heavy, would land. Chinese state media had dismissed worries that the rocket was out of control and could cause damage as “Western hype”.

Lady Gaga, Glenn Close join Prince Harry and Oprah for mental health TV seriesThe series The Me You Can't See will air from May 21 on Apple TV+.