Taiwan actress Peijia Huang, who plays a petite but feisty karate-loving Singaporean in new rom com series Handsome Stewardess, has revealed Canto Pop std)Zn6x4#%dZs*l93cEIoqXa4Nqkdooo-Jtdcq(#s-%-&rhsE2kar Denise Ho is her type.
“She’s just so handsome,”bzBLoiDYUfip_Hq#&ZG06KgmdX5SX7B4T!x**G$pocd%-9!1%p Huang said in an interview shared by GagaOOLala, who produced the series and is screening episodes every Friday from 25 October.
Huang revealed she had had a relationship with a girl in the past and sa[email protected]&+lJ(D!JBo14Uid: “gender is not an issue for me”.
“I don’t limit myself and say I only need to date girls or boys.” She explained. “CuybkpCDTC%4QrT=O9b^N=qhyoT!ME#+9z32zqoWbpNi=3JSzfNhemistry is everything”.
Huang said shooting scenes with actress Xiao Man, aka Lilu Wang, who plays a butch Taiwan ba7s&HTNh*=zhEz)jd$+kA5RQnQ16s)uP_MyqE66KEq(#zt)np^Artender that she falls in love with was “very natural” and “like a real couple”.
The kissing scenes did not make her at all nervous, she said, and were “sort of fu^%WBW%x-0P%%[email protected]$-Te7Ml)byFmT1RvUsi8(DxYj4n”.
Mong Lian, played by Huang, unexpectedly falls for Holly, played by Xiao Man on a holOpC2MkkJ2GPcV1E^2%[email protected]_K*NMB03^dMOHu^3^zh*Ap23ySiday to Taiwan’s east cost.
The wh%iLqgJ8)[email protected]@[email protected])njv%Yp!B4Mu-947Fa(9aopirlwind romance leads Holly to quit her job in Taiwan and apply to be a flight attendant in Singapore. To her surprise, and with the help of Mong-Lian's gay best friend, Jerry, she is successful.
Holly soon finds she is more comfortable serving passengers wearing a suit and tie than rather than a skimpy skirt. But, had holly thought through the implications [email protected]of this daring uniform stunt on her work and relationship.
The touching comedy, a GagaOOaKPFbYnmjH&^[email protected]$g-hc1*R&VS-wSB!QHZsO++vKnZL#vfLala original, explores the warmth and passion between the feisty jealous fighter played by Huang and the handsome stewardess played by Man.
It is part of Chou’s series "Project Rainbow in Six Asian Cities”, exploring LGBT experience of coming out, questions of identity, family issues, and marriage in the Chinese-m9lgDsrT3TkMOW!([email protected]&$d--qEx76S-TBlP(L)B#[email protected]speaking world.