No guarantees, but I get the same result.
Based on its current value, the countdown clock on your linked NASA InSight Mission page will reach zero at 2018-11-26 19:53 UTC which is of course 2018-11-27 03:53 UTC+8 or around 4 AM for UTC+8, and I don't think there's any chance that's going to change much now!
I'm also in UTC+8 so I'll be watching as well.
As far as the terror, The
Revolution entry, descent, and landing Will Not Be Televised.
There will be monitoring of a tone being transmitted by InSight monitored by both antennas on Earth and by the two MarCo cubesats that have been following InSight all the way. The Doppler shift in the tone will be closely monitored, giving critical information as the landing proceeds.
The MarCo cubesats will use their low-gain UHF antennas to receive signals from InSight and rebroadcast them in real time to Earth with their flat, "pop-up" high-gain antennas to Earth as well. See NASA's How NASA Will Know When InSight Touches Down and also this answer for more details:
During InSight's entry into the Martian atmosphere and afterward, the MarCO spacecraft will receive signals from InSight via the UHF antenna on the bottom, and rebroadcast them as a "bent pipe" transponder to Earth in X-band via the high gain antenna pointed at Earth.
I expect there will be a big screen showing the frequency shift versus time that everyone will be watching. So this is going to be a particularly interesting landing!
Also see answers to Will there be live HD television from Mars with the Mars 2020 mission? for more on the general topic of live coverage of reentry.