SINGAPORE – How did local and foreign celebrities celebrate the Qixi Festival on Saturday (August 14th)? Actors Joanne Peh and Qi Yuwu celebrated the occasion, also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day, by making chocolate. The couple posted photos on social media and Peh wrote in English: “I like it dark and bitter! We love chocolates so we decided to learn the art of tempering chocolate and create our own special flavors! “I’m definitely the better student… am I? Happy Chinese Valentine’s Day! ” Qi wrote in Chinese, “I don’t know why I’m nervous while learning to make chocolate even though I smile in my heart? Is it the chocolate or you? ”Another local celebrity couple, Huang Shinan and Pan Lingling, shared photos of them. Huang wrote in Chinese, “Happy Qixi Festival. It may be difficult for some lovers to meet during the pandemic, but real love will prevail. ”In Taiwan, actress Ruby Lin celebrated by going to a coffee shop with her husband, actor Wallace Huo, and they are closed see them making videos of each other. Taiwanese singer Jay Chou posted a video of him playing a keyboard. He wished his wife, model actress Hannah Quinlivan, who turned 28 on August 12, a happy birthday and a happy Chinese Valentine’s Day. Chinese pianist Lang Lang has now published a video of him and his wife, pianist Gina Alice Redlinger, recreating a piano piece for four hands from Chou’s debut film Secret (2007). “We absolutely love this piece! How have we been doing, brother? ”Lang Chou asked, giving the performance a thumbs up on social media. Celebrities who are single also celebrated the occasion. Hong Kong singer and actor William Chan thanked fans for giving him a large bouquet of flowers and a pillow. He was on the news over the weekend after he was spotted by Chinese media with Chinese supermodel model He Sui, which sparked conversations that they are together.
Taiwanese singer A-mei wished her fans a happy Qixi festival on August 14 with her first selfie since January.