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Later, someone cracked a joke, saying the two should give each other a French kiss. In an interview last year, she had wondered why guys are not brave in love."No matter how successful my career is, I still want to be taken care of by the other half.More recently, she also starred in and produced Singing All Along, a historical drama that will soon debut on Jiangsu Satellite TV. On May 20 – China’s unofficial Valentine’s Day (because the sound of ‘520’ is similar to ‘I love you’ in Mandarin) – Taiwanese actor Wallace Huo revealed that he was in a relationship with Lin.The weibo post quickly became the highest trending topic in China’s cyberspace, generating more than 300,000 comments and 850,000 “likes” with many netizens sending their best wishes to the new couple.She is reportedly worth Rmb300 million, rendering her one of the richest women in the Chinese entertainment industry after only mainland starlet Fan Bingbing and Hong Kong’s Carina Lau.“Being a boss is great,” Lin told Sina in an earlier interview.Through the years, the two friends have referred to each other as “super good friends”, and have even made a promise to that should they still be unwed by 40, they would marry each other.However, it seems that Ruby has officially broken that promise on Friday, when she announced to the world that she has been dating her longtime friend, 36-year-old Wallace Huo.
Jokes aside, Alec did mention in an earlier interview that his relationship with Ruby was like that of siblings, deeper than just physical attraction or romantic love.
On Wednesday, Next Magazine gave an account of the party in January, when Huo finally made his move.
That night, Lin's guests included actor Yan, television host Pauline Lan and actress Chen Mei-fen, as well as Lin's co-stars from her 2014 TV show The Way We Were, Tiffany Hsu and Melvin Sia, said the report, citing unnamed sources.
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