When 45-year-old Nick Cheung (張家輝) showed off his “chocolate abs” for the film Unbeatable <激戰> earlier this year, a trend of Chinese artists exhibiting toned six-packed bodies and pelvic lines have become more common.
TVB star Vincent Wong (王浩信) showcased his fit body while filming for 2012’s Tiger Cubs <飛虎>, but the actor noticeably lost some of that muscle while shooting for the upcoming TVB drama, Mr. & Mrs. Bean <貓屎媽媽>.
Popular Asians reports that the 30-year-old actor, who has one daughter with wife Yoyo Chen (陳自瑤), recently uploaded a photo of his new toned body on Weibo. He wrote, “The results of the first half-month. I finally finished my heavy duties today! Here’s my photo!”
Vincent’s good friend and Tiger Cubs costar, Oscar Leung (梁烈唯), also uploaded a photo of his own toned upper body that showed off his defined pelvic region, writing, “Under the circumstance of no rest, here’s the result of diligent training! I feel like it’s still not great enough!”
Vincent commented on Oscar’s photo, “Our mission today!” Former TVB star, Gordon Lam (林家棟), also worked long hours to train his body for Andy Lau’s (劉德華) film, First Storm <風暴>. Thirty-year-old Kelvin Kwan (關楚耀) showed off his mermaid line at a recent concert.
Taiwanese stars joined in the pelvic line craze as well. JPM member Prince (王子) uploaded two photos of himself working out in the gym. He wrote, “Haven’t worked out in the gym for over a month. My muscles are still fit! Afterwards I realized that it may because I have been doing wire-fu the past week.
Turns out that it can tone your body too! Now I need to go train my other muscles.” Peter Ho (何潤東) and Dylan Kuo (郭品超) took some photos of themselves holding PlayStation 3 controllers. Though Dylan is far from skinny, he looked much tinier and thinner standing next to the muscular Peter.