The former screen darling returned to Taiwan for the mid-Autumn festival and recorded Buddhist songs


In the blink of an eye, Taiwanese former screen darling Joey Wong has bowed out of the limelight for the past 12 years. The 47-year-old currently resides in Canada but frequent sightings of the star have allowed her fans to be updated on her activities.

A recent upload showed Joey on the cover of a Buddhist CD donning a simple Buddhist robe. The uploader shared that she lent her vocals to the recording of the song for Taiwan's Ling Yen Shan Monastery.

She is reported to also have attended a ceremony for the release of the song on September 13. After listening to the tune, fans have expressed their emotions with comments such as, 'A voice that I've found familiar and missed a lot, I hope for the best for Joey' and 'I feel comforted by hearing her voice ' it sounds the same even though we haven't heard it in a while. The way she sang it reminds me of (her character) Xiaoqian (from Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio)'.

Eagle-eyed fans also spotted the star in Taiwan for the recent Mid-Autumn festival, sharing, 'I was having dinner in the garden behind the 'Mid-Autumn in Yang Ming Shan' festival and met Joey by chance. She was at the table behind us, celebrating the festival with her family.'

There have been numerous reports over the years of Joey finally making her showbiz comeback but none have proven true thus far.



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The 45-year-old actress said that her fiancé's parents treat her extremely well


Taiwanese artiste Annie Yi recently declared on Weibo that she will be tying the knot with her boyfriend, Chinese actor Qin Hao who is 10 years her junior, in February.

Qin Hao had successfully proposed to the actress in Turkey on Jul 14.

Annie wrote: 'Mr. Qin is a serious man with a huge sense of responsibility. Even though he looks like a player and was once a fan of freedom, I will always remember him saying that he'd rather have a home than to roam.'

The multi-hyphenate also added that Qin Hao's parents are very nice to her, which is the main reason why she agreed to walk down the aisle again.


In a separate post, Annie refuted rumours stating that she had 'forced' her boyfriend to marry her by getting pregnant. 'I think this is very unfair to Mr. Qin. Actually, he had already brought up the topic of marriage when we got together,' she reiterated.

Annie divorced from Taiwanese singer-songwriter Harlem Yu in 2009, after nine years of marriage and birth of their son Harry. The 45-year-old has been dating Qin Hao for over a year.



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_16ME007_.jpgWong Yau Nam, Charlene Choi and Anthony Wong in GANGSTER PAY DAY
Anthony Wong Chau Sun and Charlene Choi Cheuk Yin starred in the film GANGSTER PAY DAY (DAI CHA FAN) after being invited to be the Busan International Film Festival closing film earlier was invited to participate in the San Diego Asian Film Festival as well. The film's subject was the decline of the mob, through which the Hong Kong community transition phenomena were on display. The Hong Kong audience could relate. The film also starred Chan Wai Man, Ng Chi Hung, Joe Cheung Tung Cho and others. The event praised that this film was very moving and full of Hong Kong nostalgia; director Lee Po Cheung hoped that the film would be able to provide foreign viewers more understanding of Hong Kong.


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20140916fp06.jpgcourtesy of singtao.com_16MB004_.jpgNick Cheung feels that success is not from talk but from action
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The Oscar documentary award winner Ruby Yang directed documentary about the transformation of underperforming students, MY VOICE MY LIFE, will be released next month. This group of young people who never gave up on themselves moved Andy Lau Tak Wa, Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Deanie Ip Tak Han, Sandra Ng Kwan Yu, Kelly Chen Wai Lam, Johnnie To Kei Fung, Fruit Chan Gor, Jan Lamb Hoi Fung and Sammy.

Cheung Ka Fai sentimentally felt that when you made a mistake, it was not important if anyone would help. The most important was doing your part well.


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0916-00282-009b1.jpg?t=1410829420480Barbie Liu wins the "daring talent" award0916-00282-009b2.jpg?t=1410829403473
0916-00282-009b3.jpg?t=14108293827290916-00282-009b4.jpg?t=1410829374988Wilson Chin (center) and Stephen Chow0916-00282-009b5.jpg?t=14108293196513 Sun Jialing successfully advances0916-00282-009b6.jpg?t=1410829270717Yuanli Ruoxin has a wardrobe malfunction but wins the popularity award0916-00282-009b7.jpg?t=1410829246499Some candidates dance oddly0916-00282-009b8.jpg?t=1410829243528Linah Matsuoka rolls on the floor0916-00282-010b1.jpg?t=1410829048882Lam Tsz Chung0916-00282-011b1.jpg?t=1410828966836courtesy of on.cc20140916fp02.jpgcourtesy of singtao.com_16mb201.jpgLinah Matsuoka turns into a mermaid_16MB017_.jpgBarbie Liu does not advance into the round of six_16MB022_.jpgStephen Chow personally presents the creativity award to Barbie Liu_16mb202.jpgKabby Hui_16mb203.jpgRainky Wai does not advance_16MB023_.jpgCandidates give their all to advance
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Stephen Chow Sing Chi's new film MERMAID (MEI YUN YU) last night held its film casting final in Shenzhen. The 13 candidates fought for a chance to advance. They had to pass live acting tests, wear sexy mermaid costumes to make sexy poses, and remove their makeup to display their actual look. Sing Yeh personally watched the girls perform and did not seem to be affected by Mrs. Charles Heung Wa Keung's blasts. Linah Matsuoka and Kabby Hui Nga Ting successfully moved on to the round of six. Barbie Liu (Ha Wai Yu) and Rainky Wai Yu Yui did not, but Ha Wai Yu received the creativity award from Sing Yeh. She took all the risks during her performance, showing ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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0916-00282-016b1.jpg?t=1410829557979Connie Man claims to be the sexiest Chau Heung in history, with multiple bath scenes in her new film0916-00282-016b2.jpg?t=14108295553450916-00282-016b3.jpg?t=1410829510434Connie Man says that she has no limit on how sexy she can be, completely depending on the audience reaction
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Connie Man Hoi Ling recently signed with director Wong Jing. After becoming a "Jing Girl" she naturally does not lack the opportunity to show off her figure. She in the upcoming film release FLIRTING IN THE AIR (TONG BAK FU ji CHUNG SEUNG WON SIU) played Chau Heung, with many wet and back baring scenes. She stole more spotlight than lead actress DaDa Chan Jing.

Connie believed that she was the "sexiest Chau Heung in history" because she had many bathing scenes. She said that before hand she was rather nervous. "After Brother Jing's detailed explanation, during the shoot I actually got into the character more. In addition being naked while bathing was very reasonable. It wasn't a bed scene yet. However I asked my parents for permission so they would not be surprised when they would watch." As the new "Jing Girl", Connie admitted that she had some pressure. Luckily Brother Jing praised her as a mix of Best Actresses Anita Yuen Wing Yi and Cecilia Yip Tung. Connie was surprised. "I really admired them, both are Best Actresses with both acting and appearance. Len Len is just outstanding with comedy and tragedy. Yip Tung has a lot of personality and charm. I see them as my goal!"

Did she have any sexy restriction this time? Connie said that it would depend on the audience ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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Monday September 15, 2014 Hong Kong







Hong Kong actress Bernice Liu recently dismissed rumours saying that she is dating Fala Chen's ex-boyfriend, Daniel Sit.


As reported on On CC News, previously, rumours of romance between the two sparked when Bernice was spotted having dinner with the Neway heir at mutual friend Stefan Wong's A La Maison restaurant.


The actress, who has been unlucky in love since breaking up with TVB's Moses Chan, reportedly spent hours with Daniel before leaving the premise at 2am.


However, while speaking to the media at an event recently, Bernice said that it was not the case at all.


"I am still single right now. Daniel and I have known each other for a long time and we're only friends," she said.


Bernice also denied any awkwardness with the businessman after the rumours were published, and said that there will be no chance of development between the two of them.


In regard to former rumoured boyfriend, French sommelier Jean-Charles Cazes, Bernice said that the rumours were false as well.


"I don't look for any distinct quality in a partner. I'll let nature take its course," she added.


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Raymond Lam denies dodging TVB's layoffs

Monday September 15, 2014 Hong Kong







 While rumours are rife that TVB has been laying off artistes and freezing their salaries, former TVB top star Raymond Lam denied that he had dodged a bullet as he left the company before the cuts were made.


According to Mingpao News, the actor, who appeared at a promotional event for his new series "Line Walker" recently, stated, "I will not get that kind of treatment after more than a decade of relationship with TVB. The company was good to me and it would never do that."


In response to the cuts made by TVB, Raymond said that every company has its own policy.


"As an actor, I have always put my job as an actor first and won't worry about company matters," said Raymond.


However, the actor also admitted that unlike in the past where he knew everybody, it seemed that there are now too many new faces in the company.


"But I won't worry about my old colleagues. They won't be retrenched because of their seniority. An actor's decades of experience cannot be replaced easily," he said.

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Andy Lau: I never said Stephen Chow isn't a friend!

Monday September 15, 2014 Hong Kong







Hong Kong movie star Andy Lau recently clarified reports of his supposed soured relationship with his "Tricky Brains" co-star, Stephen Chow.


According to a report on HK Top Ten, previously, Charles Heung's wife and producer Tiffany Chen, who declared war against Stephen for a previously published article that reportedly tainted her husband's reputation, revealed to the media that Andy had long denounced his friendship with the actor-turned-filmmaker due to creative differences.


Speaking to the media at the press conference of "My Voice My Life" in Causeway Bay recently, Andy stated that he is not familiar with Stephen in the first place, as they never had the opportunity to get to know each other very well while working together.


"I never said that he is not a friend. I only said that Mr. [Charles] Heung was, is, and will forever be a good friend and a good employer. Perhaps I didn't express myself clearly and Mrs. Heung misunderstood me," Andy clarified.


In response to reports saying that Stephen only offered him HKD 1.2 million for a movie, Andy said that it was nothing but a rumour.


"I was approached to make a movie with him, but I turned down the offer when we could not reach an agreement," he said, though declined to explain what part of the ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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Monday September 15, 2014 Hong Kong







 TVB actor-turned-singer Fred Cheng recently expressed his apology to Lesley Chiang for the cheating rumours that have been plaguing them since his victory at the "Voice of Stars" competition last year.


According to Mingpao News, the singer, who appeared at CRHK for a radio interview recently, talked about the rumours of romance with Lesley Chiang, as well as his alleged affairs with Grace Wong, Sophia Wong, and Sisley Choi.


Fred admitted that though the rumours have no major negative impact on him, he felt sorry for the four girls, especially Lesley.


"The girls are my good friends, and none of them are dating me. Furthermore, Lesley is my best friend who has always supported me," he said.


"I have to apologise to each and every one of them if they are affected by the rumours," he added. "I am a traditional man and I believe it is my duty to protect them from being hurt."

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