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Finally got around to watching the trailer for this show. It looks like a complete asian knockoff of The Real Housewives of Vancouver.
But I'll still watch it.
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Chelsea, Coco, Florence and Joy — these are the four “ultra rich” Asian girls who will take Vancouverites on a tour of the town that goes beyond the budgets of all but the super wealthy.
There’s Chelsea, a University of B.C. mathematics graduate hoping to use her math and fashion sense to import, export and design her own line of clothes.
Coco, the youngest of the bunch at just 19, is an “aspiring TV entertainer” hoping to use the show as a launch to her career.
Florence lived in Montreal for 12 years before heading off to Milan, Italy to study fashion — she’s now starting her own line of clothes.
And last, but not least, is Joy, a 21-year-old international student who has only been in Canada for a year. She aspires to be a model.
Kevin Li, the producer and director of the YouTube-only show, said it was initially intended for a Chinese audience only. English viewers can expect much of the initial episodes to be in Chinese, with English subtitles.
Through the first season’s 13 episodes, viewers will be given first-class tickets to some of the best places the Lower Mainland has to offer: the Black + Blue steakhouse, River Rock Casino, the Empress Hotel, the Hastings Racetrack, at the Luxury Supercar Weekend — there’s even a week spent in Europe.
“They have their own take on this culture of drama — you’ll see that in the show as it goes on,” Li said.
“What I call it is like the Chinese way of ‘death by a thousand paper cuts’ — jabs here and there.”
Plans for seasons two and three are in the works, depending on the interest in the first season, which launches Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. on YouTube by searching HBICtv. Episodes air weekly.
So 2 girls want to be actress and 2 wants to start their own line of clothing. Pretty young too. Honestly though don't the they will be models or actress with their look, maybe they will do better in the adult industry?
IMO this show would be a lot more interesting if we made them all work min-wage jobs and try to carve out a living for a month. I'd be pretty impressed if they would survive...
meh, totally boring. a lyric from one of Jay'z songs gave me a good idea for a show. the lyric goes, "put me anywhere on gods green earth and ill triple my worth mothafucka". take some of these "elite" throw $1k US at them and throw them into a third world country. they cant leave till they've made $100k US in X amount of time.
viewers will be given first-class tickets to some of the best places the Lower Mainland has to offer: the Black + Blue steakhouse, River Rock Casino, the Empress Hotel, the Hastings Racetrack, at the Luxury Supercar Weekend —
well, damn, i've been living a first class life in vancouver for the last 15 years and i didn't even know it!