Jiao Feng Tang was founded in 1980. The founder, Mr. Zhang Bingyou, was born in a family of traditional Chinese medicine practicioner. He was influenced by Chinese medicine culture since childhood. After years of research and practice, he founded Jiao Feng Tang in 1980. Adhering to the heart of helping others, he helped many people heal their chronic diseases.
Jiao Feng Tang entered the Singapore market in 2017 and has received support and recognition from many people who love health preservation.
At present, there are more than 30 wellness centres, massage parlours and beauty salons, have begun to provide five elements herbal wellness treatment for their customers, and they have received excellent feedback and recognition from the market more quickly, directly and effectively, including winning the favor of many artistes, celebrities, influencers too!
Below are some of the reviews from artistes and influencers that had tried five elements herbal wellness treatment:
"When I'm plagued with pimples on my back, it’s also a tell-tale sign that my body is not at its best with the toxins taking effect. But thanks to the herbal wellness treatment (活力养护套), I'm feeling so much better after the dispel of the excess heat in my body, and most important the treatment is odourless and painless." - 丘俊鑫 Lawrence Hiew
"Sleepiness is not the same as fatigue (which is a general lack of energy), but one of the most common causes of feeling tired is simply not sleeping enough. But after I had received the herbal wellness treatment (舒暢养护套), it really help me get a better night's sleep." - Ms Elieen (Xiao Ying)
"After the herbal wellness treatment (活力養護套), I can immediately feel the warmess in my whole body as it really help to improve the blood circulation and regulate the cold in the uterus and stomach." - Mireen Ng
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Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn are "in it for the long haul." The singer and the actor have been dating for about four years and appear to be stronger than ever. Just last week, they were photographed holding hands on a rare outing in London, where they are quarantining together.
A source tells reporters, "Taylor has gotten more and more comfortable being public with Joe and letting fans in on their romance in a way that she feels is still protecting it. She loves Joe so much and, of course, is not trying to hide their relationship, but she prefers to keep specific details private."
The source adds, "Taylor and Joe are in it for the long haul and totally see a future with each other. They don’t need outside praise or attention and are so fulfilled just being with each other and growing together as a couple."
Alwyn and Swift's time spent together in quarantine, meanwhile, has been great for the pair. They even collaborated on her album, Folklore, with the actor -- under the pseudonym William Bowery -- co-writing a number of her songs, among them "Betty" and "Exile."
Last month, another source told reporters that the singer's beau has been a "great support system" as she's dealt with not only the global threat of the coronavirus, but also her mother's health battle.
"He is the one constant in her life that she can truly rely on,". "Joe has helped Taylor with her music, inspiring it. She is so grateful for him and in love with him. He is her cheerleader and rock. They have spoken about their future together and they love celebrating the holidays together."
While promoting Folklore, Swift even shared some insight into her and Alwyn's relationship, revealing how they bonded over sad songs. Watch the video below to hear what she said.
Ben Affleck is looking back at his former relationship with Jennifer Lopez.
While guest appearing on The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast, the 48-year-old actor recalled how "mean" people were when the two were dating back in the 2000s. Affleck and Lopez were engaged in 2002, but went their separate ways in January 2004.
"There's always a story of the month, and me dating Jennifer Lopez happened to be that tabloid story at the time when that business grew exponentially ... they needed something to write about and we were that thing," Affleck recalled. "Still, to this day, [some] will go, 'I see you out there in the paparazzi and the pictures!' It's like, 'Yes, I left my house and took out the trash. It's not like I'm trying to—' And it's still like, 'You were taking a pap walk!' As if, if you leave your house, you're only doing so in the hope that you could be so lucky that you could end up as the sixth item in The Daily Mail. It's absurd."
"People were so f**king mean about her -- sexist, racist, ugly, vicious s**t was written about her in ways that if you wrote it now you would literally be fired for saying those things you said," he continued. "Now it's like, she's lionized and respected for the work she did, where she came from, what she accomplished -- as well she f**king should be! I would say you have a better shot, coming from the Bronx, of ending up as like [Justice Sonia] Sotomayor on the Supreme Court than you do of having Jennifer Lopez's career and being who she is at 50 years old today."
Earlier in the podcast, Affleck also spoke about what it was like going straight from rehab in 2018 to the set of The Way Back. In the Gavin O'Connor-directed film, Affleck plays an alcoholic that's hired to coach a high school basketball team.
"One of the things that happened to me was that I was forced to really honestly look at myself -- my failings, my shortcomings, my character flaws -- to find accountability, to not hide or run from feelings," he explained. "And I developed a much greater access, this sounds very actory, so forgive me, to the full range of my emotions."
"I have had so many more life experiences and so much more to bring to a performance," he added. "Now I feel like a much, much better actor than I've ever been. And I love it."
Celeb Tea Spilling Ex Flight Attendant Says TVB Actor Owen Cheung "Judges People Based On Their Social Status"
Former Cathay Pacific flight attendant Ah Sa has been spilling piping hot tea about the nicest and worst celeb passengers she and her colleagues have encountered while on the job.
While she was more than happy to name those who were on the nice list (with Louis Koo ranked first), she didn't reveal any names on the naughty list...
TVB actor Owen Cheung has been in the spotlight since winning the Most Popular Male Character award at the TVB Anniversary Awards on Sunday (Jan 10) and Ah Sa has a lot to say about him.
“In his acceptance speech, he said that his family taught him how to respect others before he could be respected. A friend of mine told me that he thinks really highly of himself and judges people based on their social status,” she wrote.
Ah Sa explained that this friend of hers takes on small roles at TVB because of his love for acting. And among the actors her friend has worked with, Owen is notorious for looking down on people he deems to be inferior to him.
"When I heard what he said during his speech, I was so angry that I was about to explode," Ah Sa said.
“On the other hand, Wayne Lai is a great guy. He’s so loved by everyone that everyone, including the cleaning staff, went to the studio to greet him. Mr. Cheung needs to learn from Wayne. You can only be respected by others if you treat every single person equally, and not based on their social standing.”
Way before there was Story of Yanxi Palace, there was hit palace drama Legend of Zhen Huan. The 2011 period epic, which was about the power struggles between concubines in the Forbidden City, catapulted actresses like Star Search 2001 alum Sun Li to stardom. It also boosted Hongkong actress Ada Choi’s career and popularity in China.
Though Ada’s turn as the evil empress left a deep impression on viewers, director Zheng Xiaolong revealed in an interview years later that casting her in the drama was his “biggest regret”.
Unlike her co-stars, Ada, 47, delivered most of her lines in Cantonese and her dialogue was dubbed during post-production. However, this created a problem for Xiaolong during filming as he didn’t understand Cantonese.
He explained that he is used to watching an actor's expression when delivering her lines to determine whether her interpretation is up to standard. But when it came to Ada, he had to read the script, watch the monitor, and listen carefully to her, and still he did not understand what she was saying. “Oh my god, I wanted to faint!" he said.
Things did not improve when she spoke in Mandarin. Midway through the shoot, Xiaolong said he regretted casting Ada and that filming her gave him a headache.
Chinese actor Chen Jianbin, who played the emperor, also had his fair share of challenges acting alongside Ada.
He previously revealed that he felt like he was acting in a Hongkong drama and found it difficult to immerse in his role whenever she delivered her lines in Cantonese.
As a result, Ada tried to accommodate everyone by saying her lines in Mandarin. However, when Jianbin heard her Cantonese-accented Mandarin, he couldn’t help but burst into laughter, so she had no choice but to revert to Cantonese.
Though she’s been based in China for more than a decade now, Ada still hasn't mastered Mandarin and continues to speak with a thick Cantonese accent, which makes her the but off jokes whenever she appears as a guest on variety shows.
Hongkong broadcaster TVB recently held their annual Anniversary Awards ceremony, which was attended by hundreds of artistes, including Liza Wang, who was accorded the honour of opening the show.
Liza, who has been with the station for over 50 years, is the undisputed ah jie of TVB, which explains why the 73-year-old was able to make use of her time on stage to lobby for her fellow colleagues.
Previously, TVB’s chief executive had announced that there would be no year-end bonuses or salary increases for all employees in 2020 ‘cos of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While all the actors who were interviewed by the media following the announcement were supportive of the broadcaster’s actions, it appears that the news had ruffled some feathers among TVB’s sizeable roster.
Which was why Liza’s speech, which started off with a nice ode to the broadcaster for their efforts in continuing to “produce shows to cheer Hongkongers on and provide entertainment” despite the pandemic, took a more critical turn shortly after.
“Everyone has been under a lot of pressure [this year],” Liza explained, before going on to implore TVB to consider increasing the salaries of its artistes to encourage them, when the pandemic dies down.
And of course Liza’s words were a hit with all the artistes present, who all broke out in cheers and applause. Netizens also praised the actress, commenting that TVB “feels like its still stuck in the 2000s”.
One netizen even encouraged TVB’s artistes to “consider branching out to China, where the pay is higher”.
Additionally, an unverified list, which surfaced a few months back, has started circulating online again after Liza’s speech. The list revealed that most of TVB’s artistes bring home a “four to five digit” salary monthly, with the lesser known artistes receiving as little as HK$500 (S$85) a month.
Former TVB artistes have also gone on the record to reveal that they were paid “S$5 an hour” when they were just starting out.
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Heavenly King Jacky Cheung, 59, isn’t just known for being a nice guy, he is very generous too. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, he has donated to charitable causes, lent his voice to charity concerts and has also released a song to pay tribute to frontline workers.
Most recently, Jacky appeared in a video to cheer on the residents of Hebei’s capital, Shijiazhuang, which is now under lockdown after a surge of new infections were reported.
However, the video, which featured a number of Chinese artistes as well as Eric Tsang, generated a fair bit of buzz on the internet, but not for the reasons you’d think.
While fans were thrilled to see the Jacky, who has kept a low profile in recent months, there were some who were taken aback by his “haggard” appearance, which resulted in less-than-kind comments about his grey beard, “glazed eyes”, “gaunt” cheeks, as well as how much he’s aged.
Some netizens even compared him to fellow Heavenly King Andy Lau, who is also 59, saying that Jacky now looks 10 years older.
However, there were others that defended Jacky, pointing out that ageing is “normal” and "part and parcel of life".
“It is impossible for people to have an ageless appearance," commented one fan.
Less than a week after Taiwanese star Jay Chou was reported to have met with billionaire tycoon Lin Ming-hsiung to discuss a big business proposal, reports are claiming that Jay has listed one of his many properties — a hulking townhouse in Tamsui for NT$58mil (S$2.7mil).
The townhouse, which was built 12 years ago, is located in Section 2 of Zhongzheng Road, and is part of the Dutch Bay Resorts townhouse complex. The complex boasts multiple townhouses, all of which were inspired by European architecture styles.
Jay’s townhouse is five stories high, and comes with three bedrooms, six living rooms, five bathrooms, and an underground garage, as well as two separate entrances. The entire space measures around 8041 sq ft, and comes with its own lift too.
According to reports, this was the townhouse that Jay and his wife, Hannah Quinlivan, lived in while they were dating, with Jay even filming one of his many music videos here.
But why is Jay suddenly listing this townhouse for sale?
Well, a number of media outlets are speculating that it could be due to the fact that Jay’s latest movie, Nezha, exceeded its initial filming budget. The racing film, which is produced by Jay and stars Hannah, was initially supposed to take two months to shoot. However, the principal photography was extended to six months.
The film’s producer also revealed recently that the film exceeded its initial budget of NT$200mil (S$9.4mil) by NT100mil(S$4.7mil), due in part to the delayed wrap date.
When reached for a comment, however, Jay’s label, JVR Music, declined to “comment on our artiste’s private affairs”.
Taiwanese actor Ethan Ruan’s relationship with his family has always been a talking point among netizens.
His dad is said to be a soldier, his mother was a military nurse and his brother, a pilot. With a family history so entrenched in the armed forces, many netizens have wondered why the 38-year-old decided on a career path that’s so different.
A recent confession from Ethan on Chinese variety show Nian Nian Tao Hua Yuan may have shed some light on the matter.
Ethan began talking about his family by admitting that he’s estranged from his father. “My dad is the type of person that I dislike the most," he said. "He used the wrong methods to express his love towards us.” Without going into details, Ethan revealed that he found it difficult to talk to his father when he was growing up because of how distant their relationship was.
“A child can never mature if he’s unable to connect with his parents,” Ethan added. “I never want to be like him.”
However, the actor has noticed that he’s becoming more and more like his father when it comes to the way he expresses himself, and feels that this might be his Achilles' heel in the future.
Ethan also talked about his grandfather, and the topic left him visibly emotional.
“I was a very rebellious child. I took a long time to graduate from high school and almost everyone gave up on me," said Ethan. "My grandfather was the only one who was supportive of me. When I first started out in showbiz, there were many times when I couldn’t make ends meet and he would send money to me without telling anyone. I hope he lives a long and healthy life.”