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Taiwan star Ko Chen-Tung was arrested for marijuana in the Mainland on August. After his release he returned to Taiwan. Yesterday the Taipei prosecutor's office called him to court for the second time. He said during his interview that the prosecutor permitted him to pay for his own treatment. He said, "I can't have another violation, I know that too."

Ko Chen-Tung yesterday with his management company team went to the Taipei District Prosecutors Office for the final trial. The scene in comparison to the chaos last time had more understanding between the media and the prosecutors, without any pushing and bumping. They silently permitted Ko Chen-Tung to step into the office for the trial. With mixed and heavy emotions, Ko Chen-Tung quickly went to the hearing.

Ko Chen-Tung said that the prosecutor in court asked him to confirm the test result and agreed for him to pay for his own treatment. With the result and his own testimony he was not required to supervised rehabilitation. This meant that Ko Chen-Tung did not have to be held at the rehab center for treatment and would only be required to return to the hospital for scheduled urine tests. As long as he did not have another violation during the period he would not have a record, which was the biggest gift for the 23 year first time offender.

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The Hong Kong "Occupy Central" movement continues in various regions, as police and civilians conflicts continuously erupt. Yesterday morning the police ordered several hundred police officers to take back Lung Wo Road, which protesters occupied earlier. A protester was subdued and cuffed with plastic zip ties. 7 officers were suspected of taking him to a dark corner and beat him over 4 minutes. The media caught it on video and suggests police brutality. Calls for the police to investigate have risen. Artists Anthony Wong Chau Sun, Denise Ho Wan Si, Stephen Au Kam Tong are upset. Chau Sun angrily says, "Does the police still have the trust of the people of Hong Kong?" Priscilla Wong Chui Yu is shocked and saddened. Violence is not permitted. She hoped the police would give an answer to the people of Hong Kong. Wong Jing supported the police, claiming that someone tossed urine on the police on duty. (The Civic Party claims it was water).

Wong Chau Sun posts on facebook, "The police has the right to enforce the law, but does the police have the right to drag people to a dark corner and brutally beat them?......" Then he posts, "Councilman Leung Ka Kit, you says that the police has to have the trust of Hong Kong people, do you feel that the police still can get their trust?......." He says that the police relationship with the ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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The film TO THE FORE (POR FUNG) went from Europe to Asia for its shoot and was approved to shoot in Busan's SPO 1 Park. The lead Eddie Peng Yu-Yen and Shawn Dou Xiao almost "held hands" in the rain everyday to cultivate their chemistry and brotherhood. At the same time with the Busan Film Festival opening ceremony, Peng Yu-Yen went to the festival beach to perform magic with street artists. Many sharp eyed fans discovered him. A street magician even invited him to be a guest to perform with "coin out of the air" and "floating table" tricks. Fans cheered and fought for photos with him. Dou Xiao went to try his mentor Zhang Yimou recommended Ginseng Chicken. After completing the shoot in Korea, the film went to Shanghai to continue its shoot.

The team this time through Busn officials were able to shoot in the top Asian SPO 1 Park for a relay race scene. Many Korean coaches and professional cyclists were on hand to assist, some were even national team members. Peng Yu-Yen praised how enthusiastic Korean cyclists were. On the first day of practice, he not only adjusted his own bicycle but also helped them with their adjustments and organization. Dou Xiao lamented that the training came as simply as eating to the Korean cyclists. "Every morning they warm up with ten or twenty laps......" This shoot was a highly dangerous multiple team double relay race. In order to achieve the demands of the shoot, Peng Yu-Yen and Dou Xiao not only used the time between shoots to practice, sometimes when they ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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Martial art star Wu Jing recently posted several photos after his leg surgery online. He told his friends that his injuries were rather severe and he might not be able to work on another action film again. Thus his written, directed and starred film JIN LONG (WAR WOLF) might be his final action film. Then he will spend more time with his wife Xie Nan and their son.

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Wednesday October 15, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/kent-tong-not-attend-memorial-anniversary-062000206.html

 

 

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Hong Kong actor Kent Tong recently revealed that he will not be attending Barbara Yung's 30th anniversary memorial service.

 

As reported on On CC News, the actor, who was blamed for the actress's suicide back in 1985, said that he would not want to steal the focus from Barbara's family due to their past relationship, and that he prefer to move on and focus on his own family.

 

"I have thought about Barbara so for so many years, but continuing to do so will be unfair to my wife," he said.

 

Kent added, "There are so many things that happen in one's life. And while it would be impossible for me to erase what happened in the past, it's also important to focus on what I have right now."

 

The actor, who is making his comeback through TVB's upcoming series "Lord of Shanghai" alongside Wayne Lai and Anthony Wong, stated that the tragedy has helped him gain a more positive outlook on life.

 

Kent also dismissed past rumours saying that he left TVB due to the negativity surrounding Barbara's death, saying that the real reason has nothing to do with the tragedy.

 

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Wednesday October 15, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/khalil-fong-denies-romance-fiona-sit-062300724.html

 

 

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 Hong Kong singer Khalil Fong has recently dismissed rumours of romance with fellow singer, Fiona Sit, saying that they are not more than close friends.

 

As reported on China Topiz, the singer, who was in Singapore for his Soulboy Lights Up World Tour recently, laughed when it was mentioned that Fiona called him her 'bosom friend', and said, "That sounds about right."

 

The Mandopop star stated that while he does spends a lot of time with Fiona, he does not know all of her secrets like it was reported in the media.

 

"Everybody must have some secret that they cannot reveal. I don't think she would share her deepest secrets with me, or anybody for that matter," said the singer.

 

Khalil added that though he finds it funny that his fans would always urge him to date the Cantopop singer, it also gets annoying at times.

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Lam Chi Wah confident with "Tiger Cubs 2"

Wednesday October 15, 2014 

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/lam-chi-wah-confident-tiger-cubs-2-062800294.html

 

 

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With the clash between the police and the Hong Kong students right through the Occupy Central protests, the major concern for TVB should be that the portrayal of righteous police in its new series, "Tiger Cubs 2", might rub some people the wrong way.

 

However, producer Lam Chi Wah believed that the viewers are smart enough to enjoy the series without comparing it to what is currently happening in Hong Kong.

 

As reported on Mingpao News, Lam stated, "I don't think people will have some negative emotions watching the heavily armed characters in the series. Viewers are rational and will understand that the show is just for entertainment purposes."

 

He continued, "The show is about the three-dimensional look [of the Hong Kong elite paramilitary officers from the Hong Kong Police Force], not a general showdown between good and evil. Both parties, the SDU members and the criminals, have descriptive backgrounds. It's not just an action series, but it also has a psychological side to the story. There are subplots about the friendship among the members as well."

 

Asked if there would be scenes involving tear gas, a subject which has been considered sensitive to protesters after experiencing such occurrences last week, Lam said that "Tiger Cubs 2" has similar equipment, though it has a different ability to cause loud noise and blinding light that targets brief visual and auditory disturbance. However, it ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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Wednesday October 15, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/natalie-tong-learns-ride-series-063100992.html

 

 

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 TVB actress Natalie Tong is taking on a new challenge for her role as a policewoman in new series, "When Two Vehicles Clashes".

 

As reported on On CC, the actress, who was filming in Tseung Kwan O's TVB City recently, disclosed that she has been getting a lot of bruises from learning how to ride a motorcycle.

 

"It was very hard for me. The police bike is twice as big as a normal motorcycle, and I had to ask Benjamin Yuen to help me," she said.

 

However, Natalie revealed now that she has mastered the bike, she has learned to love it very much.

 

Asked if she would buy herself a motorcycle soon, she laughed and replied, "I want to save money to buy property first. I like cars better and am interested to learn more about racing cars."

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The Donnie Yen Chi Tan starred KUNG FU JUNGLE (YUT GOR YUN DIK MO LUM) was invited to participate in the 58th London Film Festival and held its world premiere on October 12. Emperor group chair Albert Yeung Sau Sing, director Teddy Chan Tak Sum, Yen Chi Tan and Bai Bing attended. Although everyone carried an umbrella to block out the heavy rain on the red carpet, viewers were no less enthusiastic. The film received overall good reviews after its screening as well.

Many Tan fans waited in the storm, some even followed Yen Chi Tan and his wife Cissy Wang from the hotel to the premiere. Although the guests were caught in an awkward situation, everyone's enthusiasm moved them. In particular Yen Chi Tan did not turn any photo, autograph or interview request down. He even went cheek to cheek with a little fan for a photo. Although the rain was heavy, everyone also thought that "water was money, so rain was a good thing". A fan in a wheelchair made the trip and Chi Tan was deeply touched. He even went over to shake her hand and pose for photos.

After the premiere London Film Festival organizer Clare Stewart invited Emperor boss Yeung Sau Sing and his wife Lu Xiaoman, director Chan Tak Sum, Yen Chi Tan and his wife to dinner.

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The Hong Kong Film Award Best Actress Miriam Yeung Chin Wa and Taiwan Golden Bell Award Best Actor Vic Chou Yu Man starred in the Johnnie To Kei Fung new film DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART 2 (DAN SUN NAM NUI 2) and were swept into the Gao Yuanyuan, Daniel Wu (Ng Yin Cho) and Louis Koo Tin Lok's love triangle for a five sided relationship. On the day of the wedding interruption scene, Jai Jai carried the barefoot Chin Wa to the wedding. For multiple angles, they went back and forth over a decade times. At the time Chin Wa just had a baby a few months ago and was not in shape yet, so she was a serious burden on Jai Jai; however working with Chin Wa for the first time, he not only did not mind but also praised Chin Wa. "Sister Chin Wa is a top artist, I have many of her fans around me. This time we finally have the chance to work together. Seeing her in person, I am very honored." Chin Wai also praised Jai Jai as a very nice guy. She said, "After I had my child my weight hasn't returned to what it was before. He carried me and walked around many times. I thought that he ran a lifetime's worth on one day and carried a lifetime's worth of boulder!" Full of female star carrying experience, Jai Jai thanked the director for giving him the chance to work on his muscles while working on the film.

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