Chinese celebs' social media recap: Week 15 - 21 Jul

22 Jul – Here's looking at the interesting things our celebrities were doing last week.

Of all the costumes Sammi Cheng wore at her FOLLOWmi concert in Hong Kong, this bridal gown-inspired number is our favourite.

Donnie Yen is one proud papa, as daughter Jasmine made it into Vogue Taiwan as one of its teen models. It's no surprise, as the 15-year-old inherited the talent and beauty of her mum, model Cissy Wang.

Jasmine Yen was not the only modelling royalty who graced the said magazine, as Simon Yam and model Qi Qi's daughter Ella also made it into Vogue Taiwan - making this her second time following Vogue Hong Kong's cover in April.

If this whole music career doesn't pan out (thought that would be impossible with such a talent!), at least Stephanie Ho has golf to turn to as the next best thing.

After all three of his new dramas have been shelved due to unforeseen circumstances, Owen Cheung can breathe a sigh of relief now that "Justice Pao: The First Year" is airing on television, and he can finally shed his title as "The Bad Luck King".

After a quiet first half of 2019, Nancy Wu is back in the limelight to promote her new drama, "Justice Pao: The First Year", although she admitted that it would be her first and last drama of 2019.

This throwback photo of Grace Chan in a neon bodysuit proves that she has always been a beauty, even at age 3.

Good guy Steven Ma took some time off to help promote cancer warrior Sarena Li's new autobiography. The actor also promises to continue helping the former singer sell her book in order for her to continue her treatment.

Singer JW lost her cool and went full fan-girl mode over this photo of her with Daniel Wu, writing (in all caps), "HK MISSES YOU SO MUCH BUT ALL THE BEST IN HOLLYWOOD AND WE CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU MORE AND MORE ON THE BIG SCREENS!!!!!"

(Photo Source: JW Instagram)