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tujy said: Hello, as a fanbase for Hangeng, I was wondering if you were starting any project for his birthday? Thank you

I think we are bit too understaffed to organize our own birthday project right now, but we fully support other fanbases’ efforts and will do whatever is in our power to help. If we do organize something, we will definitely let everyone know on tumblr/twitter! :)

Anonymous said: Hi, I was wondering if Han Geng is going to be a permanent cast member on 2days 1night or just a guest? ~ sorry for my English ;)

He was just a guest for 2 episodes. Hong Kong actor Bosco Wong replaced him as the guest star in subsequent episodes.

Han Geng as an invited guest for a photoshoot with Fabrizio Ferri, wearing Bulgari’s Save the Children ring and pendant in support of the charity organization. 

Recognizing that education has the power to transform lives, Bulgari has partnered with Save the Children since 2009 to provide quality education opportunities for the world’s most vulnerable children. Bulgari’s key focus is to provide quality education opportunities to transform children’s lives. Through the partnership, Save the Children has reached more than 500,000 children and trained more than 18,000 teachers through educational activities in more than 1,000 schools, many of which are located in areas affected by conflict. Countries include: Albania, Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Indonesia, India, Italy, Mexico, Montenegro, Japan, Kenya, Ivory Coast, South Sudan, Tunisia, Uganda and domestic programs in the US and UK. 
Bulgari’s financial commitment has already benefited over 350,000 of some of the world’s neediest children in over 20 countries. This essential funding has been provided through the sale of a specially designed Save the Children ring, inspired by the unique B.zero1 jewelry line. In November 2012, Bulgari and Save the Children celebrated reaching the milestone of $20 million raised for children’s education with “Stop. Think. Give,” a photo and video exhibit of photographer Fabrizio Ferri chronicling the Bulgari/Save the Children partnership over the past four years.
Save the Children

Han Geng as an invited guest for a photoshoot with Fabrizio Ferri, wearing Bulgari’s Save the Children ring and pendant in support of the charity organization. 

Recognizing that education has the power to transform lives, Bulgari has partnered with Save the Children since 2009 to provide quality education opportunities for the world’s most vulnerable children. Bulgari’s key focus is to provide quality education opportunities to transform children’s lives. Through the partnership, Save the Children has reached more than 500,000 children and trained more than 18,000 teachers through educational activities in more than 1,000 schools, many of which are located in areas affected by conflict. Countries include: Albania, Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Indonesia, India, Italy, Mexico, Montenegro, Japan, Kenya, Ivory Coast, South Sudan, Tunisia, Uganda and domestic programs in the US and UK. 

Bulgari’s financial commitment has already benefited over 350,000 of some of the world’s neediest children in over 20 countries. This essential funding has been provided through the sale of a specially designed Save the Children ring, inspired by the unique B.zero1 jewelry line. In November 2012, Bulgari and Save the Children celebrated reaching the milestone of $20 million raised for children’s education with “Stop. Think. Give,” a photo and video exhibit of photographer Fabrizio Ferri chronicling the Bulgari/Save the Children partnership over the past four years.

Save the Children