anonymous asked:

if mark wanted to, would he be able to go to china and appear in shows and such like jackson does? or is it different because he's taiwanese/from america?

I asked my friend who knows more about this stuff and she said :
“China welcomes stars from all over the world. Show Luo appears on Infinite challenge in China with Lay as regular cast member. He is able to tour around that country. There are also many stars in China that hold American citizenship. Mark now has just as much of a chance to be invited to Chinese shows as Jackson had at the beginning - when he was invited to Go Fridge. He would need someone to invite him so he can show his skills and gain TV popularity”


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I felt like designing new characters. I thought about them a whiiiiile back, and decided to try designing them colorless last friday. Today I felt like trying colors on them, and here they are! :D Luo and Betelgeuse.

They’re not part of Dreamers but I like them still. cough. I mean I love them. <3


“I thought if you were going to vote for me, you should know a few things about me. Once, a Kikuyu woman and a Luo man fell in love with each other. They were urged by both their families not to marry outside the tribal boundary, but… love is a bridge and not a wall, if we let it be. They became husband and wife. At first, they lived with my father’s family in Ahero, but I’m afraid the Luo village found a hundred ways to make the new bride feel as if she was a trespasser. So, when I was only a few months old, my parents went to live in the village that my mother was born. Now it was father’s turn to be made to feel like he was an outsider who did not belong. My parents had to leave their homes to find a city where no one knew them. The same prejudice that drove them away was also responsible for taking my father’s life when a political difference became a tribal war. I share this story because you have heard many rumours about me, and I felt it was time to explain who and what I am. I am Kikuyu. I’m Luo. My business partner and best friend is also mixed. His father, Sudanese. His mother, Kenyan. These are facts that he and I have never talked about, because for us, they have never mattered.”