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Blue represents wealth. TVB is probably the wealthiest television station in the world of Asia. The amount of money they put into their productions is breath taking to us. In the year 2007, they have 3 grand productions, Heart of Greed, The Drive of Life and Jewel’s Splendor. Each production relates to these very wealthy people. Just imagine how much it simply costs just to dress the cast. Wealth is also represented through TVB’s actors and actress. The events the actors and actress has to show up for dressed in their most elegant attire cost about 7 figures each. Them being celebrities mean they can’t wear the same dress (girls) or tuxedos (boys) twice meaning each year they have to pay another 7 figure. And that’s only the dress. These actors and actress are paid A LOT to afford all that although it may not be TVB who's paying. =]
The meaning of Green:
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Green represents harmony. As a big television station, with so many people, TVB would definitely hope for harmony in order for it to last. Year and year, they hold an anniversary that brings everyone together to let everyone mingle and get along. Harmony can be seen through the group photos and the different groups that work together to make TVB’s birthday a lasting memory! The sad thing is, TVB on the other hand is breaking that harmony by being unfair on the awards…
The Meaning of Red:
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Red represents happiness. Everyone who works for TVB should be happy with their job. Happiness influences others to be happy. Happiness is something TVB’s meant for. Provide enjoyment through their series, having variety of celebrations and of course the most happiness is seen when they acknowledge their workers. People loving receiving awards, I mean who doesn’t? Good ratings also bring happiness because the higher the ratings the more TVB pays them!
So not only does TVB have great series, scripts and actors/ actresses but their logo is even better. All the components of a successful business is represented through their colours: blue, green and red. Wealth, harmony and happiness!! What more could they wish for?
Note from the author: This will be my last post before I leave on a trip. So there will be no update for 2 weeks! But don't worry, when I come back the updates will resume =] Hope you guys enjoyed this post. =]
Every fruit basket would have apples. I basically have never seen a fruit basket without apples especially since they are usually the leading fruit. In the Kam Family, how is it going to work without someone leading it? Obviously, the fruit basket of the VOH cast is our very own Ma Chi played by Nancy Sit. You may think, another character should be the fruit basket but in the series, who do most of the characters turn to advice for? Who helps solves the problem? Our very own Ma Chi of course!
For the pear, I didn’t really think about its popularity or its taste. So I’m first going to tell you that Bernice Liu is the Pear of VOH. I’m not sure if anyone has told you but to Chinese people the pear actually represents a figure. Any woman that has this figure is considered well produced (lol in other terms sexy). So when I thought of this, the first thing I thought of was Bernice. She is known for being sexy and she is a MI so she obviously has good figure! As well I would also say Joyce Chen our Ah Yat since VOH had included a plot in regards to Ah Yat's good figure makes other girls look bad.
*if you decide to take this info, please credit me! It took me a long time to calculate those averages!*
1. The Posters of Heart of Greed and The Best Selling Secrets has the most number of people in their poster. It is a total of 13 cast in each poster.
3. This year, Kenneth Ma has released the most series: 2 released and 5 upcoming. They are "The Brink of Law", "The Family Link", "The Master of Tai Chi", "Curious Detective", "Survivor's Law II", "Hidden Master" and "The Four Great Constable".