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SINGAPORE – You catch an occasional glimpse of these kids on their celebrity parents’ social media accounts. Before you know it, they have gone from moppets to strapping young adults. Who feels old now?

Anita Yuen and Julian Cheung

Anita Yuen’s son is taller than her, already?

This was what some thought after the Hong Kong actress recently uploaded two pictures of her only child Morton (right). Last month, she shared a photo of him going to school. In July, she posted a snapshot of the family – her actor-husband Julian Cheung included – taking a stroll by the beach.

Netizens noted that 13-year-old Morton has had quite a growth spurt since the previous photo Yuen posted of him last year, commenting how long his limbs are.

As Morton enters his teenage years, his celebrity parents, both 49, have taken to posting photos of only his back view, understandably for privacy reasons.

Yuen is believed to be 1.7m tall. Will Morton soon become even taller than his 1.8m-tall dad?

Pan Lingling and Huang Shinan

Huang Shinan (second from left) and  Pan Lingling (right) with sons Beckham and Kynaston. PHOTO: PANLINGLINGG/INSTAGRAM

Talk about being taller than one’s parents. The second son of celebrity couple Pan Lingling, 50, and Huang Shinan, 59, towers over them at 1.88m.

Huang, who is 1.82m tall, remembers that Kynaston, was 14 when they were of the same height. “By the end of Secondary 2, he had already overtaken me,” he recalls with a laugh.

Kynaston, now 18, is a junior college student while his older brother Beckham, 21, is an officer cadet in the Republic of Singapore Air Force. The latter, if you are curious, is 1.78m tall.

Huang tells The Straits Times that he and his actress-wife allow both sons to make their own decisions after they turned 16. “I think that’s a good age to let them be independent and accountable for their actions. I’d tell them, ‘We’re always here to share our advice and guidance, but we’d respect your final decisions.'”

The couple also respect their sons’ privacy and have been adamant about not sharing pictures of their faces on social media.

Christy Chung

Yasmine Ross (right) has two step-sisters, Jaden, 12, and Cayla, 10PHOTOS: CHRISTYCHUNG919, YASMINEROSS /INSTAGRAM

Like mother, like daughter. Former actress Christy Chung’s eldest child Yasmine Ross, 22, is quite a stunner with her sweet, doe-eyed face, as seen from the pictures Chung has posted on her social media accounts over the years.

But it was only in August when Ross uploaded some casually taken bikini photos that netizens realised that she has her mum’s killer bod too.

Chung, 50, who is of Chinese and Vietnamese parentage, is best known for her on-screen sex siren persona. She gave birth to her first daughter in Montreal after marrying British businessman Glen Ross. The four-year relationship ended in 2002.

On her Instagram account, Yasmine Ross wrote recently that she grew up in Beijing and studied film production at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Ross has two step-sisters, Jaden, 12, and Cayla, 10, from Chung’s second marriage to Taiwanese music producer Jon Yen.

The couple tied the knot in 2003 and divorced in 2011. Chung was reportedly trying to have a child with Chinese actor-singer Shawn Zhang, 38, whom she married in 2016.

Ivy Lee

Ivy Lee with her children. PHOTO: MNDLMUMMY/INSTAGRAM

Former actress Ivy Lee’s firstborn Mikki turns 23 years old this month. Even her twin sons Nik and Dash look all grown up at 15.

The three-time Star Awards Best Actress winner gave up stardom after marriage and relocated in 2009 to Hong Kong where her director-husband Raymond Choy was based.

The couple has another 11-year-old daughter, Leah.

The family is said to be residing in England since 2017, but as Lee, 47, wrote in an Instagram post on National Day: “No matter where we are, Singapore is always home in our hearts.”

Wong Lilin and Allan Wu

Allen Wu with daughter Sage and son Jonas. PHOTO: WULANDER/INSTAGRAM

“Time has indeed flown by faster than I could’ve imagined,” TV host Allan Wu gushed in an Instagram post. His firstborn Sage celebrated her sweet 16th birthday last month and proud daddy was having all the feels, writing: “It still feels like yesterday when I beamed with love as I cradled your tiny self like a football sixteen years ago.”

Mummy Wong Lilin, a former actress who parted ways with Wu in 2003, also took to Instagram to wish her daughter a happy birthday. “At the cusp of so many discoveries! Be gentle with yourself and the world. Happy sweet 16 beautiful S (sic),” she wrote.

The former couple, both 48, have a 14-year-old son, Jonas.

Suhaimi Yusof

Suhaimai Yusof (centre) with his children Sufi, Nurjannah and Amirul and wife Yana Sulaiman (second from right) exploring Coney Island. PHOTO: SUHAIMIYUSOF_OFFICIAL/INSTAGRAM

Local actor Suhaimi Yusof makes sure that he continues to be “the No.1 influencer” in his family even though his children have grown up. They are Amirul, 25, Nurjannah, 24, and Sufi, 20.

“I’m constantly competing with the rest of the social media enthusiasts with their views of life. But I’m certainly not in favour of negative influences that will end up changing the person I have groomed over the years,” the 51-year-old tells The Sunday Times.

The top parenting challenge is to keep up with the communication style and mode, he says. “When I was growing up, my parents used to have a simpler way of sending a message when I crossed the line: Pack your stuff, come home for dinner and listen to us. That’s it. Their way or the highway.” Things are different now.

He adds: “Kids are staying indoors, but mixing around with the whole world. As a parent, I have to upgrade my strategy in winning the influence over my kids’ minds.” That means he has to be creative in coming up with ideas for family time. “I have established our own weekly ‘non-electronic family meetings’ in which we chat without any mobile devices for half a day. And we make time for it.”

Diana Ser

Diana Ser with her husband and three children, including Jake (right). PHOTOS: COURTESY OF DIANA SER

Diana Ser feels like she is making new friends as her three kids grow into their adolescent years. “Except they’re more judgmental,” she tells The Sunday Times. The 48-year-old local television presenter is married to former actor James Lye, 51.

“They roll their eyes and try to get me to understand social media slang. I still don’t type ‘kewl’ when I mean ‘cool’, but I understand that young people need to rebel even when it comes to language use. They also try to influence my use of emojis”.

Ser spends more one-on-one time now with Jake, 14, Christy, 12, and Jaymee, nine.

The mother of three says: “The challenge is to see things from their point of view because I tend to have this attitude that ‘mummy knows best’. But there have been times when they surprise me with their perspectives.”

Her firstborn is taller than her now, though she jests: “I am five foot nothing, so not a gargantuan task to overtake me.” He is also turning out to be quite the gentleman. Ser says: “It warms the cockles of my heart when he insists on carrying the heavier grocery bags.”

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Celebrities Encouraging People To Vote




“Let’s put out the dumpster fire that is 2020.”

As you (hopefully) know, the US presidential election is just around the corner. This is the biggest election of our lives, people!! So here are 25 celebrities who are encouraging you to make your voice heard on Nov. 3:


Lady Gaga:

I know this is cheesy🤓…but is easy. This is my new single 😂 Don’t give up ….it’s important your voice is heard!


Taylor Swift:

📹 | Taylor Swift encouraging everyone to register to vote #NationalVoterRegistrationDay


Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds:


Samuel L. Jackson:

You guys showed up and blasted through our Voter Action Goal for #GoodToVote! So as promised, here’s some Cussin’ 15 ways to go! Thanks for getting involved and make sure to #vote on Nov.3rd! #votemask @faircount @fairfight #MKsaysVote #yourvoicematters


And finally, Demi Moore:

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A Collection of Celebrities ‘Angry’ At Being Made Fun of in Mad Magazine




Knowledge Waits is a feature where I just share some bit of comic book history that interests me.

Over the years, Mad Magazine became a cultural icon, but at the same time, it also had an unusual response from the celebrities who were made fun of in the magazine. In the early days of the magazine, when it was not yet an institution, celebrities mostly ignored it. It became a major part of the popular culture around the 1960s (with the proliferation of the collections) and over time, celebrities who grew up on it treated it with the adoration that it deserved. However, once celebrities started paying attention, it was usually fawning reactions. If you folks are interested, I’ll feature THOSE reactions in the future.

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Over time, though, in the early 1980s, a new standard reaction started to pop up in the magazine, which is celebrities feigning anger/disgust over their parodies in the magazine. There was a borderline example involving Gary Coleman that I’ll leave for that theoretical other column (as it wasn’t quite “angry” enough) and then the big one was following Dick DeBartolo and Angelo Torres’s parody of the Dukes of Hazzard in Mad #219…

The great Sorrell Booke (Boss Hogg) replied, sort of in character as the villainous Hogg, along with a photo of the cast reacting negatively to the parody, but as you can see, it was the “bad” characters who were disgusted, while the heroic Dukes are laughing at it…

However, that idea “show the cast upset at the magazine” was now firmly entrenched and so we got a bunch of them after that.

Dick DeBartolo and Mort Drucker had the major assignment of tackling the final film in the original Star Wars trilogy, Return of the Jedi, in Mad #242…

In a clever response, Mark Hamill replied with two responses. His official response, which was the standard happy reaction, and his REAL response, which was disgust…

I love Hamill’s “You’ll never be dumb enough to print it” gag.

In Mad #261, Lou Silverstone and Mort Drucker took on Miami Vice, with the parody getting the cover treatment, as well.

Don Johnson was very busy at the time, and so his reaction was a bit more delayed than others, so it was not until Mad #271 that he wrote in with his reaction to the parody of Miami Vice, with photos of his disgust over the magazine, but along with a letter that noted that appearing on the cover of Mad magazine meant more to him than any of his other magazine covers he had appeared on so far in his career.


Another delayed reaction is when Dick DeBartolo and Angelo Torres took on The Equalizer in Mad #271…

Ten issues later, the star of the show, Edward Woodward, was shown taking out his revenge on DeBartolo in Mad #281’s letter column…

In Mad #273, Al Jaffee did a quick parody of Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, and Pee-Wee Herman was also on the cover of the magazine…

Paul Reubans, Pee-Wee Herman himself, responded in Mad #275 by letting Mad know very clearly that he thought that they were so funny that he forgot to laugh…

In that same issue, Head of the Class was parodied by Frank Jacobs and Angelo Torres…

And the cast responded with their disgust three issues later…

Dick DeBartolo and Angelo Torres took on 21 Jump Street in Mad #286…

and Holly Robinson wrote in to the magazine with a photo of the cast reacting to the parody, with a note that Stephen Williams, the captain on the show, now has his arm stuck in his throat because of this!

Dick DeBartolo and Angelo Torres figuratively tore apart Murphy Brown in Mad #289…

In Mad #294, Candice Bergen responded with a photo of her literally tearing the issue apart, along with a “complimentary” notice where she invites the Mad gang to her house for some fun – not to be assaulted! Let’s be very clear that she definitely does not invite them to a location alleged to be her house so that they could be assaulted. Have to be explicitly clear about that.

In that same issue, Dick DeBartolo and Angelo Torres did a parody of Doogie Howser, M.D…

In Mad #299, there were two responses to the parody. One came from Stephen Bochco, who co-created the series. Previously, Bochco had responded quite favorably when his hit series, L.A. Law, had graced the cover of Mad, to the point where he had the cast recreate the cover (if I do that piece on happy responses to Mad from celebrities, that will probably be the featured image). Neil Patrick Harris, however, the star of the series, did the now-typical “disgusted” reaction and sent a photo of him throwing the issue into the trash…

Amusingly, years later, Mad had Neil Patrick Harris (still a star as an adult actor) recreate the photo of him throwing out the copy of Mad. You can check it out on their site here.

As we headed deep into the 1990s, Mad had now embraced the idea of “Celebrity Snaps” so much that they became a recurring bit in the series, but they now involved fans sending in a photo of themselves with a celebrity and an issue of Mad and in return, they would get a free subscription to the magazine. These photos overtook celebrities sending in their own photos. But it still DID happen.

For instance, after Dick DeBartolo and Angelo Torres parodied X-Files in Mad #335…

The stars of the show (along with creator Chris Carter) sent in a “shocked” photo for Mad #338…

As the magazine moved into color, Mad had become SUCH a cultural institution that celebrities were quite happy to just pose with a copy.

But occasionally, casts would still send in “angry” responses. For instance, after Josh Gordon and Mort Drucker parodied Joan of Arcadia in Mad #440…

The cast responded in Mad #450…

In that same issue, Arnie Kogen and Tom Richmond parodied Two and a Half Men…

and then, just two issues later, the cast of the sitcom responded with a disgusted photo in Mad #452 (including a mystery man dressed as Alfred E. Neuman. I suppose it COULD be Chuck Lorre, the creator of the sitcom)…

Lots of fun stuff.

If anyone has an idea for an interesting piece of comic book history, drop me a line at!

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