Influencer Bella Su has finally broken her silence about her late boyfriend Godfrey Gao, whose sudden death in November shocked fans worldwide.
In a moving Instagram post on Dec. 31, the 23-year-old, who goes by the handle @bella_navy4life, thanked Gao for his love and vowed to get her life back on track.
Basketball champion Ji Zhe, who played for the Beijing Ducks in the Chinese Basketball Association, passed away at the age of 33 on Thursday.
Ji had been battling lung cancer for more than a year at the time of his passing, according to Shanghaiist. Ji had won a total of three championships on teams led by NBA legend Stephon Marbury.
The 35-year-old Taiwanese Canadian actor-model succumbed to cardiac arrest while filming an episode of “Chase Me,” a Chinese variety show that puts celebrities’ athletic abilities to the test.
The Taiwanese Canadian actor-model, 35, reportedly collapsed while filming a Chinese variety show called “Chase Me,” which requires participants to engage in intense physical activities such as obstacle courses, rope climbing and various other stunts.
Taiwanese-born Canadian model and actor Godfrey Gao has died of an apparent heart attack while filming a Chinese reality television show early Wednesday morning.
Gao reportedly collapsed at around 2 a.m. while filming “Chase Me,” a competitive sports reality show for Zhejiang Television that has contestants go through physical tasks, Straits Times reported.
When I met first Godfrey Gao I wanted to hate him. He’s six-foot-infinity, his beard defies the laws of Asian facial hair, and his jawline could slice open a can of spam. Someone with such a handsome face must have a horrible personality, right?
Like most of the world in love with Godfrey, I first heard about him back in 2011 when he made history by becoming the first Asian male model to appear in a Louis Vuitton ad campaign. Since its inception in 1854, Louis Vuitton starved its audience of an Asian male face for over 157 years, but alas, in 2011 Godfrey Gao fell from the sky like a snack from heaven, quenched everyone’s thirst, and became an overnight Asian supermodel.
The live-action “Mulan” movie has been fraught with troubles since its inception.
At first, Disney was entertaining a script that featured Mulan falling in love with some random White merchant. Then we discovered that they would adhere to the original a bit more with Mulan having a Chinese love interest, but that it wouldn’t necessarily be Captain Li Shang. They dropped that bomb at the same time as this ridiculously crazy one — the live-action would be without its memorable songs. Another recent blow? That the release date was pushed to 2019, meaning we have to wait yet another year to watch one of the greatest Disney movies of all time be added to the live-action list.
Taiwanese-born Canadian actor (and gift that keeps on giving) Godfrey Gao tried to torment his fans by taking to social media on Tuesday and posting a photo of himself wearing a shirt that reads “Kiss my A___S.”
The 32-year-old asked everyone to fill in the blank, with many netizens going straight to the point with “ass” or “abs.”