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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Sharon Chan denies pregnancy rumours


Sunday October 12, 2014 Hong Kong
Source: https://my.entertain...-023000604.html



 TVB actress Sharon Chan has recently dismissed rumours saying that her recent marriage was a shotgun wedding that was held due to unexpected pregnancy.

As reported on Sina's Daily News, the actress, who recently married boyfriend of ten years William Lui in Bali, stated that she would not have held a wedding in Bali if she were indeed with a baby.

"I would have been very tired!" she said.

However, the actress did not deny that the subject of having children has been in their mind since they were dating.

"We've thought about it, as we both love children very much," said Sharon. "But my family is not pushing us to have children as soon as possible. They are already happy about the wedding."

Nonetheless, Sharon admitted that life has been quite hectic since marriage, what with their bakery launching this month and her new series filming next month.

"I am a workaholic, so I don't mind," she said.

Aaron Kwok takes the train


Sunday October 12, 2014 Hong Kong
Source: https://my.entertain...-022800459.html


Various celebrities have recently opted for the subway as their mean of transportation due to the road closures and diversions caused by the demonstration in Hong Kong.

Aside from Julian Cheung and wife Anita Yuen, as well as singer Alex To, who all uploaded selfies of themselves in the subway to show their train experience, China News reported that Hong Kong's Heavenly King Aaron Kwok also did the same recently.

Wearing a mask and a cap to avoid recognition from other passengers, Aaron uploaded a photo of himself standing inside a subway train on Weibo on 8 October, and wrote, "This is the first time I saw barricades across the Connaught Road. There were no taxis and my driver was stuck in the traffic. I am going to take the subway."

Admitting that he has not taken the subway for ten years, Aaron was in awe with how fast the trains are nowadays.

Chi Lam not afraid of rumours


courtesy of mingpao.com

Julian Cheung Chi Lam two nights ago participated in a charity concert in Macau. His wife Anita Yuen Wing Yi, Michael Miu Kiu Wai and his wife attended. The film version of RETURN OF THE CUCKOO (SUP YUET CHOR NG DIK YUET GUONG) will soon start production. Chilam and the original cast including Charmaine Sheh Si Man and Nancy Sit Ka Yin will work together again. He was not worried about rumors with Ah Sheh again. "It has been so many years, the promotional methods that would not be used again. This time will be a reunion after so many years. I hope the character won't stay in that era, as people need to grow." 


Chilam Cheung and Charmaine Sheh to film movie version of "Return of the Cuckoo" next month


Sunday October 12, 2014 Hong Kong
Source: on.cc / 21CNc
Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums


Earlier this month, Patrick Kong heavily praised Charmaine Sheh's performance in "Line Walker" on Weibo, and exposed that they will soon be starting the filming of the movie version of classic TVB drama "Return of the Cuckoo". Charmaine Sheh and Julian Cheung will still be the leads. Recently, Julian Cheung also confirmed this news when he attended a function, and announced that he will be spending some time in Macau to film the "Return of the Cuckoo" movie.

Julian Cheung (Chilam) attended a charity concert in Macau. Chilam expressed that will be breaking his record, as he will be flying to six different places in one week. He said: "I will be going to Beijing, Ningbo, Shanghai, Sichuan, Danba; flying even more than pilots!" Asked if wife, Anita Yuen will be going with him? Chilam laughed: "No, she will only go to the more comfortable trip, so she came today to Macau." Next month, he will be staying a period of time in Macau, to film the movie version of "Return of the Cuckoo", the cast will stay the same as the original including Charmaine Sheh, Chilam Cheung and Nancy Sit. He said: "Playing the same character is really hard, since it's been such a long time already, so the ages will be different too." Asked if he is scared he will have rumours with Charmaine Sheh again? Chilam expressed that he is not, using the same old promotional tactics is no use already.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Andy lau pleads with the police to stop the violence

"People's Chief Executive" Andy Lau Tak Wa earlier posted on his official site against the use of violence. Two days ago the Occupy Central and the anti Occupy Central camps broke into fights in Mongkok, some protesters were even bloodied and battered. Wa Jai posted,

"The thing that I have always been afraid of truly happened! The conflict between people has expanded!!

This is something that no one who loves Hong Kong wants to see.

Students, protesters,

you have to learn to ensure your personal safety.

I plead with law enforcement and the police for appropriate handling, to the best of their abilities to protect the students, the protesters, and the general public's safety and ensure peace in Hong Kong."

Frankie Lam doesn't take sides


Sunday October 4, 2014 Hong Kong
Source: https://my.entertain...-013800898.html



 Hong Kong actor Frankie Lam recently revealed that he prefers to take a middle ground when it comes to the clash between the Central Government and the Occupy Central movement in the latter's quest for fairer election.

As reported on Mingpao News, the actor, who attended the wrap-up party of his upcoming movie "Let's Stop Fighting!" recently, admitted that he does not take sides and believes that each party has its own stance.

"There is no right or wrong in the matter. Each side has its own position and they believe themselves to be the right one. I can't comment over an individual event," said Frankie.

He continued, "People like to flock to something, but what we must do is to isolate our own thinking and to look at the matter in its entirety."