On September 25, Taiwanese singer-actress Gemma Wu, better known as Gui Gui, shared a photo of a parcel from Alien Evolution Studio, Alien’s streetwear label, as well as a customised mooncake featuring the skull logo that is commonly featured in the brand’s designs. “The last gift from my big brother,” the 31-year-old wrote.
The following day, Taiwanese host Matilda Tao, 50, shared a photo of her present from Alien and called them “mooncakes sent from the moon”. She also revealed that, according to the staff, he had made arrangements to have everything sent out while he was still alive.
The next person to show off a piece from his box of goodies was Taiwanese singer-actor Richie Jen, who corroborated the story about Alien carefully designing and making preparations to have the mooncakes delivered before his untimely passing.
“[Alien] has always been so considerate,” wrote the 54-year-old. “Two days ago, I was having a meal at a restaurant with the film crew, and when I turned around, I saw his signature on the wall. It was as if he hadn’t left us yet…”