Monday October 27, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/cecilia-cheung-denies-bringing-man-house-090700246.html

 

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Hong Kong singer-actress Cecilia Cheung recently responded to a Weibo user who claims to have spotted the artiste bringing a man into her house in Hong Kong.

 

According to the Chinese Netizen, Cecilia and the mystery man could be heard shouting from the rooftop in the middle of the night, AsiaOne reports.

 

However, Cecilia denied it, saying, "The incident reported on Weibo is false and it is considered slander without any solid evidence. To the culprit, please delete it on Weibo."

 

The Weibo post has since been deleted by the user.

 

The singer has had to repeatedly swat away rumours about new men in her life, after the news of rekindled romance between her ex-husband Nicholas Tse and his former beau Faye Wong made headlines last month.

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Sunday October 26, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: Oriental Daily / MingPao
Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums

 

 

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Kate Tsui, who has played authority figure roles many times, recently accepted a new challenge with her new drama, "Tomorrow is Another Day", playing a female correctional services officer. On the outside, her personality is very cheerful, but deep inside hides an enormous pain from her childhood. There are definitely many "internal emotions" scenes, and she even attempts suicide for love. It is well known that being able to impact the audience in these types of scenes is not an easy thing. However, Kate was praised by the producer for acting realistically, definitely possible at a shot for TV Queen. 

Kate Tsui's new challenge in "Tomorrow is Another Day" is to play a correctional services officer. To hide the fact that she has hidden pain and fear, in addition to the fact that she and Lawrence Ng has an 18 years difference relationship, Kate put a lot of effort into her look and character. Other than wearing a mushroom head wig, her wardrobe accessories are especially young, and even made special adjustments to the way she speaks, in order to convince the audience. 

Speaking of the friendship between her and Harriet Yeung (Ha Tau), an officer and a prisoner, in the drama, it was misunderstood for love, and in the end, caused Harriet to end her life. On the other hand, her relationship with Lawrence is in between the lines (because of the hesitation in their relationship); therefore a lot of internal emotions were built up in Kate's character, and eventually explodes all at once. She even tries to commit suicide, she said: "Because of the story with Ha Tau, my character feels like it's all her fault, and in addition to ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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Hawick Lau starts planning for daughter's education

Saturday October 25, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/hawick-lau-starts-planning-daughters-education-163500276.html

 

 

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His daughter may not even be one-year-old yet, but Hawick Lau has already started thinking about her education.

 

According to Sina News, the actor revealed that he has been busy finding a suitable school for his daughter, for fear that his and Yang Mi's hectic work schedules would prevent them from doing so in the future.

 

Hawick stressed that it is important for a child to have an early education, so that he or she can learn about morals and ethics.

 

However, said Hawick, this does not mean that he will control every aspect of his child's life, and stressed that he will allow his daughter to choose her own career in the future.

 

The actor also revealed he has no plans for a second child any time soon, saying that he wants to spend more time with his daughter.

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Kevin Cheng on Charmaine Sheh: It's all about timing!

Saturday October 25, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/kevin-cheng-charmaine-sheh-timing-164800103.html

 

 

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Actor Kevin Cheng recently addressed rumours of his supposed reconciliation with Charmaine Sheh, saying that the two of them are only good friends – at least for the time being.

 

According to On CC News, the actor, who attended the 2014 Watson Health, Wellness, and Beauty Awards on 23 October, stated that love is all about timing.

 

"Do I pursue her, or should she pursue me? Love is like that. You can't say who will start it first - it's all about timing," said Kevin.

 

He continued, "For now, I am comfortable being friends with Charmaine. If there's fate and the right time comes, I will tell you then!"

 

Kevin said that the night at the hot pot restaurant was simple.

 

"I was at Raymond's party, and she was in the next room for a different party. It was pure coincidence. Of course we also chatted, because we're friends."

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Saturday October 25, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: https://my.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/tracy-chu-nearly-fainted-set-165200037.html

 

 

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Despite the season's change, TVB actress Tracy Chu was recently speculated to have suffered from heat stroke while filming her new series, "Harmony is a Virtue".

 

As reported on Tencent Entertainment, the actress, who admitted to feeling unwell during filming on 21 October, almost fainted due to physical discomfort after standing too long in the heat awaiting her turn.

 

Co-stars Joe Ma and Kate Tsui immediately rushed to take care of her, and escorted her to a van so that she could rest.

 

The producer had also ended filming earlier than scheduled to avoid the recurrence of such incident.

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Saturday October 25, 2014 Hong Kong

Source: Apple Daily, Sina News HK
Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums

 

 

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Earlier this month, Ricky Wong announced that HKTV will officially start broadcast next month on the internet, breaking the tradition of watching on television. Citizens can watch through the computer, smartphones, etc. by downloading the HKTV App to watch their shows and the shopping channel. Earlier this week, HKTV announced on Facebook that their new app will be released on the 19th of next month, which is the day of TVB's Anniversary Gala, directly challenging their competitor! HKTV will be letting citizens vote, and choose which drama they want to see as the first to broadcast. Voting will begin on the 27th until November 10th. They simply need to go to the HKTV webpage (http://www.hktv.com.hk) and choose their favourite from 16 dramas. The dramas that mirror latest society topics, "The Borderline", "Battle of Choice" and "The Menu", are predicted to be the strongest. The daring, yet sensitive plotlines involving black cops, political darkness and freedom of the press are much anticipated by the audience. 

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"The Borderline 警界線" (Police procedural drama)
Cast: Liu Kai Chi, Dominic Lam, Leila Tong, Deon Cheung
Plot: The borderline of policemen are to tell between black and white and keep moral integrity. If they pass this line and cooperate with criminals, the bright and evil will be blurred, black cops will cause harm to citizens. 
Selling Point: The first episode was once broadcasted online, with approximately 1,300,000 hits. Because of recent controversies, it is definitely in the audience's interests. 

 

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"The Menu 導火新聞線" 
Cast: Debby Yang, Catherine Chau, Noel Leung, Gregory Wong, Sek Sau, Samuel Kwok Fung, Benji Chiang, 
Summary: Three female reporters clash everyday because of news, facing the reality of the business society, how can the ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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The Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild planned, the Film Development Fund funded, Creative Hong Kong supported THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO HONG KONG FILM DIRECTORS 1 and 2 have been officially published. The guide collected over 600 Hong Kong directors' entire record.

Hong Kong film from the 70s glamorous era to the 21st century digital era solidified Hong Kong's position as Eastern Hollywood, thanks to a group of directors who toiled away behind the scenes. Thus the Directors' Guild hoped to introduce every hard working Hong Kong director to everyone. The Gordon Chan Ka Seung, Manfred Wong (Man Jun), Cheung Chi Sing, Joe Cheung Tung Cho and others formed editing management committee planned. After two years of editing work, the book was finally completed. Man Jun said, "I am very happy to see this book today but also find it hard to believe. Completing it truly was not easy, because since 1979, over 700 directors have made films, over 100 of whom have lost contact. Some used stage names and could not be found and some passed away, so not everyone was included. Thus we arranged for an appendix to remember them. Here I want to say that we welcome each director to contact the Guild. Later the Guild will release the online version of the ULTIMATE GUIDE TO HONG KONG DIRECTORS on the Guild's site and will often update the information." The book was also not for sale, only for industry collections and research.

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Jessica C., Andy Tien (On Chi Kit), Philip Ng Won Lung, Candy Yuen Ka Man, Ng Chi Hung and Derek Tseung Kwok Cheung two nights ago attended the film ZOMBIE FIGHT CLUB (SI SING)'s premiere.

The event held a zombie fighting ceremony. Yuen Ka Man bent down to touch a zombie on the ground. "Congratulate ZOMBIE FIGHT CLUB! When time passes it's very hard to get a playback. I thought I would just touch the zombie, I didn't expect it to leap up suddenly. I was so scared I jumped too." Yuen Ka Man said, "I have been busy with Wong Jing's NGAP WONG (DUCK KING), it's been very stressful so I haven't had time to shop for clothes. Lately I no longer had any chance to dress up because I just finished another nude scene." She said that after the scene she locked herself in the sauna room to settle down and isolate herself from the world. Then she took a cold shower after several hours in the heat. Did she cry? She said no, but she wanted to calm down and reflect on how to perform even better. Later she will have even more extreme nude scenes. She also said that for the scene the set was clear.

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Director Johnnie To Kei Fung's new film DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART 2 (DAN SUN NAM NUI 2) is this Asian Film Festival's opening film. Last night the film's leads Gao Yuanyuan, Vic Chou Yu Man, Louis Koo Tin Lok and others attended Hong Kong Asian Film Festival opening ceremony. Gao Yuanyuan on November 28 will hold a make up wedding banquet with Mark Chao in Taipei. Although her wedding date was coming, Yuanyuan said that she still had time to promote the film. Did she give invitations to Goo Jai and Jai Jai? She was a little embarrassed and said that she did not know. Goo Jai saved her and said that he will send his gift to Yuanyuan, but joked that it will have to be a surprise so he could not say what it will be. Jai Jai said that he will give a heart to Yuanyuan, wish them union until they are old and gray, parenthood soon and a safe and smooth life. Would Yuanyuan work hard on having a child after marriage? She said that she would like to but it will depend on the situation.

Reportedly Goo Jai and Sandra Ng Kwan Yu co-funded Lunar New Year film GOLDEN DUCK (GUM NGAP) was interested in asking Raymond Lam Fung to play the "duck king". Earlier they were caught at dinner together. Goo Jai said that it was just a friendly dinner. He had no idea at all about GOLDEN DUCK. They talked about that dinner for a very ..... (article cut to save bandwidth)

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Stephen Chow Sing Chi's new film MERMAID (MEI YUN YU) was rumored to have announced a production halt after only two days in production. Lead actor Deng Chao even left the production. Reportedly the production stopped because of Sing Yeh's health. The soonest it will resume will be January and March next year. The film also had the chance of being scrapped. If the production will resume next year, the lead actor will remain Deng Chao but the lead actress may change.

Chow Sing Chi's assistant denied the rumor and stated that the production has been going very smoothly. MERMAID's director Wilson Chin Kwok Wai also denied on Weibo, "Rumors sometimes are truly baffling, I just want to say that MERMAID is in full production without any obstacle or production halt. The team is working hard on and off camera!" Reportedly, MERMAID's cast consisted of the new comers that Sing Yeh chose earlier, Kitty Zhang Yuqi, Deng Chao and Show Lo.

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