2012 TVB Anniversary Awards

By on January 5, 2013
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Guess who won TV King and Queen at the 45th TVB Anniversary Awards? It’s Wayne Lai and Tavia Yeung! I love them! I thought that they really deserve it this time round although it was sort of disappointing that Linda didn’t win anything. Michael Tse , Roger Kwok , and  Ruco Chan were also not present for the awards ceremony. I was quite impressed by the gowns worn by different actresses….


Tavia in my heart wins best dressed and actress! She wore a truly stunning piece! The silver design on the gown was subtle at the same time shiny, and stands out with the beautiful necklace and ruffles at the bottom! Although I don’t really like the hairdo , I guess it kind of matches?



I absolutely adore Kate Tsui’s embossed flower details with a peplum gown. This piece accentuates Kate’s figure really well and the necklace does its job and made Kate shin throughout the whole day. Kate’s hairdo was also pretty although I wish she let her hair down with loose curls.


Nancy Wu wore a gown that was really translucent with a surprise backless cutting! This gown accentuates her figure really well and fits her like a glove! The hairdo also goes well with this gown.


IMG_3310Christine Kuo and Eliza Sam were actually really stunning that night! Christine’s old lace gown gave her a hour-glass figure. I love the lace flare at the bottom and obviously Christine’s curls! it’s gorgeous .

Eliza was a hot favorite for the Most Improved awards. She wore a white gown with little cutouts, and the silver details cinch in her waistline … Simply gorgeous , I  love her updo too!






I love Fala Chen’s blue lace gown , it gave her a very feminine look. I love her side curls and her jewelery choice . This gown fits her perfectly…she is one of the better ones on that night.


Linda Chung wore a rather conservative white gown but surprised us with a gray spider web cutout… This was not something the quiet Linda would wear but it works fine though; she totally rocks the updo and those pink lips of her….


Cilla Kung! The cute girl decided to wear a white dress with a weird design and the hairdo doesn’t match the dress. She should have left her hair on the side; I love those bling bling.


Host Carol Dodo Cheng wore an orange gown with lace shoulder. I love the jewelery choice . This gown was made perfectly for her! She always has impeccable taste for gowns that suits her body frame….


Niki Chow wore a nude halter gown with stripes for the ceremony … But wait She surprises us with a backless back! So revealing … I love how she kept her look simple and clean with a ponytail and simple makeup….


Aimee Chan’s skin tone is perfect for red gowns. This bustier gown highlights Aimee’s figure and shows off her legs at the same time. Great job Aimee! Moses Chan’s outfit didn’t compliment Aimee at all. It’s an awards ceremony; Moses should wear a suit!


Mandy Wong won the Most Improved Actress award which I thought she really deserved it. She wore a chartreuse gown with a white chiffon underneath. I love her necklace choice….


Elena Kong in a electric blue gown with a red belt to cinch in her waistline. She thought of color-blocking, using a red belt with blue gown…. Good color combo. I would prefer that she left her neckline bare and should do something with her hairdo.


Katy Kung looked really pretty that night , except for the poofy dress that was similar to Cilla’s dress. But Katy’s dress has a more innocent feel to it….



I think worst dress definitely goes to Liza Wang. She wore like an emperor robe to the event. I think that she should wear a gown, something like the Anniversary gala. Her lips are spicy red though.

Myolie Wu was the the best dressed last year! This gown gave me an uneven shoulder impression. The metallic cup was not needed . I would prefer that both shoulders were the same.

IMG_3306Michelle Yim, I’m really liking her in The Confidant.But this gown is ill-fitting and gave her no figure at all. She appeared skinnier than usual. Not a fan of the hairdo either.









This article is written by Sharlin, a Contributing Writer at JayneStyle.com.

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  • Readers' Comments (51)

    1. Suki says:

      I though Myolie wore the best dress that night. Very vogue like. Tavia’s gown would have suited somebody older

    2. Vicki says:

      I don’t agree that Tavia was the best dressed. Her dress was too matronly and her hairdo looked old for her. I noticed she likes to over accessorized. Since her gown has a shine to it already she added a shinier statement necklace and more blings. I prefer her dress last year though even though she wore too much shiny jewelry. I never saw Tavia in a modern sleek dress. Or in a daring outfit. I thought Myolie dress choice was better at least she is trying something different.

      I think Nancy was the best dressed! Her dress fitted her perfectly and she didn’t over accessorized. It’s so pretty and sophisicated! I love the backless part so much!
      I also thought Eliza and Nicki dresses were unique and pretty.
      Linda’s dress was almost in the worse dressed list but her backless detail was barely saving her.
      Yea the worse dressed would probably be Michelle yim

      • Sharlin says:

        Thanks for comments… i thought that myolie’s dress was abit weird and tavia looks quite ok! thanks

      • Pop says:

        It is not for her to choose whether she wants to wear the accessories I think it should be the company who sponsor her.

      • Iris says:

        I totally agree! As much as I love Linda, her dress deserved to be in the worst-dressed list. Katy Kung’s dress was way too childish; the baby pink shades didn’t help. I liked Cilla’s dress much better.

        Yes, Tavia definitely over-blings. She does so almost every year. Though I’m not a fan of the color, Mandy Wong’s dress did impress me. As for Myolie…very different, but not quite the worst.

    3. Lucia says:

      I like Tavia, Fala, Eliza, and Nancy’s dress.

      For male actors: I like Kevin and Kenneth’s suit.

    4. Nicole says:

      I rarely comment on the standard on English in the articles on Jaynestars, because most writers like Funn, Addy and yourself write well.

      However, I can’t help but to comment here. Did anyone actually edited this article? Has the writer received proper education in the English language?

      What’s up with all the “…” being used? Jewellery or Jewelry is correct, not “Jewelery”. This does not sound like an article at all. More like someone’s “net talk”. The grammar, spelling and punctuation used is unacceptable, and I’m appalled this is posted verbatim. I’m sure you treat Jaynestars as a legitimate news site? I can’t help but say it drags down the quality of your site.

      Get a new writer or editor. Asap.

      • Nicole says:

        Standard of*

        Seriously, I skimmed through the article, and most sentences need to be tweaked.

        • Sharlin says:

          Hi Nicole… Noted . I will change my grammar spellings, thanks so much for your precious time to comment . This was my first time writing, I’m sorry if I offended u with my poor English… I will change thanks

      • Jayne says:

        I did edit our guest writer, Sharlin’s article and retained the majority of the narrative structure to preserve the writer’s authentic voice.

        The fashion commentaries at JayneStyle are written in a more personable and informal manner, which is different than our JayneStars news articles.

        • Nicole says:


          If you actually edited the article, it’s far from your usual standard. While skimming articles on Jaynestars, one can nary find an error. However, there’s way more in this article. Writing style is no excuse for bad grammar, punctuation or spelling.

          Since you excuse her bad grammar and lack of punctuation as “writing style”, there are still errors that are easily spotted and fixed without affecting style:

          For example, I didn’t know we are talking about Kate’s shin.

          Random capitalization not used for effect or emphasis, like “But wait She surprises us with a backless back!”.

          News articles tend to be formal, but reviews posted on Jaynestars are usually informal. Reviewers like Funn and Bridget have their own style, but you don’t see them imposing bad grammar on everyone, and calling that “style”.

        • Sharlin says:

          Hi nicole,if you want to u can write a review too! please don’t judge people like that , i’m a singaporean not british. Spare me bluntness

        • Nicole says:

          Please do not use your nationality as an excuse for bad English. Are you saying that people in Singapore can’t write or speak good English? Very insulting indeed.

          Regardless of whether you are from Singapore, Malaysia, China, UK or Canada, if you want to post an article on a news site, then you have to expect comment and critcism. If you don’t want people making comments, then write it on a personal blog.

        • Sharlin says:

          Hey, Nicole , I under the age of 16. I’m currently in a secondary school. What do you expect from my English. And if you are that good write it yourself rather then making harsh comments on people’s reviews

        • lise says:

          Sharlin is a writer, but it is the editor’s job to proofread the article and edit it before it is published. Give her some advice and constructive criticism. For her first article, I don’t mind the punctuation, but I do mind the spelling and grammar. I hope to see improvement if she tries to write another.

        • Nicole says:


          If I was trying to address Sharlin, I agree with you that a different approach should be used, but my comments were directed to Jayne. My first question was asked in regards to the editing, because I agree it is the editor’s responsibility when she accepted and published the article. There were glaring errors (as mentioned above + others) that could have been eliminated with a quick read, yet she brushed them off as the author’s voice. This led to my follow-up comment, because readers can differentiate between “voice” and bad writing.

          However, Sharlin took offence, and instead of holding herself responsible, found her writing excusable based on her nationality and age. If I accept her excuses, that conveys disrespect towards Singaporeans and teens.

        • Sharlin says:

          Ok, I’m sorry Nicole. But that wasn’t what I meant at all. I will improve on my English …

        • Jayne says:

          I don’t think it is necessary to blast Sharlin as she is our guest writer who voluntarily wrote this article out of goodwill. You already made your points in your first comment, which I already responded to.

          I accept responsibility for the published article as is and the conversational tone of the fashion review as written. As already pointed out, there are different standards for JayneStars entertainment news and reviews, which are written for more formal coverage of an entertainment topic, versus fashion reviews, so there is no need for further comparison.

          I understand your point, which is already taken the first time.

        • lise says:

          Nicole’s comments were directed at you, Jayne. I only agree with her because you replied first saying you edited the article already. If you edited the article before, I can only imagine how much worse it was previously. There are obvious errors at the beginning of the article. If you are going to edit, why not edit thoroughly?

        • lise says:

          *Not saying it’s Sharlin’s fault.

        • lise says:

          I know the author’s style. She shows her feelings in the article, which is why I understand why she might use capitalization, punctuation, and grammar. Spelling can confuse people if words look like other words.

        • Nicole says:


          Am I supposed to call out on the editing without pointing out the mistakes that still exist despite the “editing”? If you call that blasting Sharlin, then sure, be my guest.

          You emphasized on how Sharlin wrote on goodwill. If one does something on goodwill, does it mean it shouldn’t be of acceptable quality? So if someone donates dirty clothes and moldy blankets to charity shops, you won’t expect them to be thrown out?

          Despite you getting my point, the mistakes in the article, that can be easily fixed without affecting style, are not changed?

        • Nicole says:

          so i shoulD expect your next articl on jaynestyle Post in like this manner…. like real cool… can’t wait!!!!!!!

          yes that’s “like conversationL style…!!

        • lise says:

          Nicole has already given you many examples of what she thinks is wrong. She isn’t trying to insult anyone and she spent so much time trying to point out what is wrong. You keep ignoring her instead of fixing the most obvious errors.

        • Yen says:

          Can’t help but comment on this issue!
          Honestly, I don’t see anything wrong with this article, it seems enjoyable to read it!
          Given that Sharlin is merely the age of 16, I can say she writes good ^^v
          For Nicole, YOU ARE TOTALLY WRONG!
          And given the standard of our education system, even an UNIVERSITY GRADUATE sucks at their english!
          So, yeah DEFINATELY can say, different countries do AFFECT someone’s English standard!

        • Nicole says:

          Sharlin is Singaporean, not malaysian.
          From my understanding, singaporeans are taught in english through out their school years. Malaysians are taught in Malay as a language of medium, or Chinese/Tamil in Chinese/Tamil schools. go google it up.
          What that means-
          In singapore they learn everything in English, except mother tongues
          In malaysia, they learn everything in malay, except english.
          Just because uni grads in Malaysia are bad in English, doesn’t affect sharlin.

      • pandamao says:

        Nicole –

        I believe your expectations are rather high on a website that operates merely on advertisement cost. Since you have not paid for any kind of service, perhaps the expectations on JayneStars/JayneStyles should be rather minimal.

        I’m sure your constructive criticisms were well appreciated by Jayne and actions will be taken on future articles posted by volunteered writers.

        My two cents with you concludes with, “Please be encouraging. This site was possible because it started with Jayne’s vision of encouraging gossip news in the Asian community for non-Chinese readers. Be supportive for having a website that is encouraging, educating and entertaining.”

        To Jayne – I appreciate your hard work. No one is perfect. I know you will only improve! :)

        • Nicole says:


          Please don’t give me that “it’s free” and thus no expectations crap. Many sites online are free. Do you see CNN or NYT providing us with bad writing just because it’s FREE! It’s free, so deal with our bad grammar and what not. Sites need the audience, and they can only get more audience through good writing.

          Let me ask you, if I have expectations of Jayne, does it mean my opinion of her is high or low? If her articles on Jaynestars aren’t well written, can I make the distinction between the two? The better you are, the more expectations people place on you. Like if you are a straight-A student in school, and you suddenly get a D, more people will express disbelief? Or are you are C student, and you suddenly get a B, and people will need to praise you for that improvement? To me, Jayne is akin to a straight-A student in providing Asian entertainment news, and that’s the highest praise of all. Maybe you think of her as a C student, so there’s no expectations on her at all.

        • Niki says:

          Actually, NYT is a piece of crap.

        • pandamao says:

          Let’s step away from the apples to orange comparison. CNN hires professional graduates with a proven track record. The writers get paid to provide stellar material. Jaynestars/styles do not operate in the same way.

          Jayne has surpass my expectation as a start off self-operated website. As always, there will be areas of improvements.

          People who can actually translate Chinese articles are usually ESL students. I already admire their efforts in helping out the site.

          Nicole – your point has been proven! Congrats. Now let’s just look forward to the upcoming exciting articles.

        • Nicole says:

          @ niki
          I agree some blog writers on NYT are quite crappy, but people point them out in the comments anyway. No one is gonna baby them like pandamao does. That’s what I’m saying, if it’s crap it’s crap, regardless of whether it’s free or professional or charity case situation.

        • Iris says:

          Nicole, I agree with your concerns. I was very bothered by the grammar, punctuation, and spelling mistakes also. I am itching so badly to volunteer as a translator/editor for the site now.

          Sharlin, you are still very young. Don’t take this personally. Improve your English and keep writing. But always remember that what people read from you is what they think of you. Don’t make excuses for yourself but aim for high quality.

          Jayne, thank you so much for making this website. I’ve been a frequent visitor for more than 5 years already. Maybe we can extend the editing staff a little more? We don’t need Chinese readers to edit the reviews/articles =)

        • Pop says:

          U guys r right but don’t need to be so harsh on her.

      • jkfan says:

        @Nicole – Comparing this site to CNN and NYT? Really? This site is nowhere near CNN nor NYT, nor do I think this site has the money to hire staff that went to college for journalism. This is a gossip blog/”News” that is for fun. Most of the writers you mentioned, I have had some issues on, but perhaps it is because we are from different countries and they are translating a Chinese written article most of the time which is another hard thing to do. I don’t take the writing too seriously on this site since well, I don’t expect it to be of CNN or NYT caliber on writing.

    5. TVBFanatic says:

      Tavia really surprised me, and I thought she looked stunning in that dress. Her hair was perfect.

      I really was not a fan of Nancy’s dress… and felt the pattern on Christine’s did more to hide her figured.

      Linda’s dress was interesting, although I would have liked to have seen more of an open back on it a la Nancy’s dress. If Linda wants to “sexy up” her image, that would have done it :)

      I, unfortunately, did not like Myolie’s dress at all. Made her look very manly. When I look at her in the above photo it looks like she has half a man’s suit on… reminded me of Batman villian “Two Face.”

    6. CHo says:

      I thought that Moses and Aimee were trying to be the hk brangelina…it was kinda cute!
      As for tavia, I like how her dress shared commonality as her on-screen partner Kenneth Ma, that is why I think she deservered best dressed! :p
      I didn’t like Nancy’s hari-do at all, I thought that it wasn’t special enought, it was “the typical” award ceremony due for Nancy…
      After hearing Fala Chen’s interview, she said that it was a vintage dress, I think that was very elegant and suits her hairstyle alot!
      Most importantly, I disliked Katy, Linda and Cilia dress…they just looked OFF!

      I think that Linda should have worn something more elegant, fancy and more “linda!” Agreed?

    7. I love this article. i don’t think it was that bad nicole.

    8. Niki says:


      Very honest article and don’t let this be a set back, you’ll improve. I’m sure you’ve satisfied a handful of readers. I mean, we can’t please everyone in life right? It’s life. We take criticisms and then we learn, and we continue to improve. Good luck in your future writings(: Cheers for the New Year, a bit late, but cheers :)

    9. Sharlin says:

      Thanks Niki for your wonderful comment.. Happy new year!!:)

    10. BLing says:

      Nice article on the outfits of the anniversary awards… but what about the males that attended?

    11. I love Zachary says:

      The author spent time writing this article for our entertainment when she didn’t need to. If you’re so unhappy about her grammatical errors why don’t you go somewhere else to find entertainment news. Like you, I’m just a passerby who comes to this site once in awhile to get updates on the entertainment industry I can care less about any errors as long as it’s understandable and doesntlooklikethis. Cut the girl some slack. You don’t have to respond to my comment since I wont bother reading anyways.

    12. Madd says:

      Are you going to have those fun articles where you make fun of the outfits again? I missed those!

    13. jce says:

      Eliza’s look was classic, no “wow” factor, just safe. Twenty years down the road and it’ll still be elegant and pleasing to the eye. Also liked Nancy’s gown. Again very elegant. Didn’t think Kate’s gown did her justice. Niki’s gown colour made her skin look pale rather than glowing. Red looks good on Aimee but didn’t like the design of the gown. The colour of Mandy’s gown didn’t suit her skin tone either. Elena’s gown had a nice colour but perhaps too simple for such a grand occasion? And I agree, the worse ones had to be Liza and Myolie. Myolie’s hair is already very “manly” and she came dressed in something that looked like a suit. Liza didn’t exude her status of “ah jie” in the dress (it is not even a gown!)

    14. Lily says:

      Great article. There is no need to make offensive comments here. I fully appreciate being able to hear about some of the latest entertainment news in Asia, especially since I live across the globe!

    15. sure-lee says:

      Imo, Best Dressed goes to Tavia and Nancy! They both looked so stunning that night :) Sharlin, I agree with most of your points in the article.

      The 2012 awards ceremony is definitely my favorite one so far. I am happy for all the winners, and I find them all to be truly deserving of the awards.

    16. HughTfall says:

      Can anyone tell me who is the paparazzi of the presented images? Others are quite
      appreciable. However, I guess most of them
      are produced by an amateur photographer.

    17. yiluyingxiao says:

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