Thursday, April 30, 2015


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Janice Man Wing Shan in the new film HELIOS (CHET DOH) played a professional killer and had shooting and fighting challenges. Sexy goddess Shu Qi after watching JM's performance immediately praised her online. JM who was working on a series in the Mainland said appreciatively, "I am very happy, thank you Shu Qi for your praise." JM said that she wanted to continue to challenge herself. "I want to learn more kung fu. I also want to study acoustics, to learn high and low enunciation. Actually I know that my voice is higher, I want to learn to lower it. Then I wouldn't have any difficulty with any character!" In addition, Jacky Cheung Hok Yau, Nick Cheung Ka Fai and Chang Chen yesterday promoted the film HELIOS in Taiwan. Hok Yau who has not made a film in awhile was made fun of for having dark eyes on the poster. He joked, "I look wise this way."


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Mary Jean Reimer (Yung Jing Jing) and International Guoshu Association founder Chiu Sik Hing yesterday attended the Hong Kong Martial Arts Living Archive opening ceremony. Yung Jing Jing said that her greatest regret was that Master Lau Kar Leung was unable to record all his kung fu on video. "People used to teach orally and by example, Master didn't like to turn kung fu into video lessons. I had to try several times before he agreed. Unfortunately 2 or 3 years before his passing he did not feel well and could not make any." She said that she and Chiu Sik Hing had the same belief so when she learned that he was raising fund to found this archive, she donated HK$ 130,000.

Speaking of Elaine Ng Yi Lei, Yung Jing Jing at first did not want to talk too much. Then she finally said that Ng Yi Lei was not a person who did not know how to rebut, but she did not like to explain so she was at a disadvantage and made matter worse. She said, "Ng Yi Lei doesn't abuse alcohol. I went with her to the school, she did not smell like alcohol, all of the school chancellors can be witnesses."

When would Ng Yi Lei's daughter return home? Yung Jing Jing said that she was not a spokesperson for Ng Yi Lei. She only helped as a friend. IF she needed legal consultation she would be willing to help. Yung Jing Jing asked everyone not to apply more pressure on Ng Yi Lei. "She already can't take anymore. I hope everyone would have merciful. Mother daughter arguments are very normal. I too would argue with my daughters. When my older daughter went to be a reporter in the U.S. I argued with her as well."

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

[2015.04.30] FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 26 2015

For Sunday, April 26 2015
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  Can : Long Toh Tung
    d. Jean-Jacques Annaud
    Feng Shaofeng, Shawn Dou Xiao
  Rating : IIA
  Length : 121 mins.
  Opening April 2 2015

    During Cultural Revolution, a student is sent to Inner Mongolia for re-education, where he develops a deep respect for nature and is obsessed with the ferocious creature of the steppes – the wolf. But the growing relationship between man and animal – as well as the tribe’s ancient way of life – is threatened when a ruthless government officer decides to eliminate all wolves from the region at all cost.

    d. Francois Ozon
    Roman Duris, Anais Demoustier, Raphael Personnaz, Isild Le Besco

  Can : Gor Mo Gei Ding 24 Siu Si Si Jung Jau Dim
    d. Ryuichi Hiroki
    Atsuko Maeda, Shota Sometani, Kaho Minami
  Rating : III
  Length : 135 mins.
  Opening April 16 2015

    This erotically charged drama traces the intersecting stories of a group of employees and visitors at a notorious "love hotel" in Tokyo's red-light district.

    Toru, a young hotel manager, is understandably distraught when he encounters two unexpected guests. The first is his girlfriend, an aspiring singer who's agreed to sleep with a music executive in exchange for a record deal. The other is his sister, an actor in the porn shoot on the hotel's second floor. Before the night is through, many more characters -- including a young Korean woman working as a "delivery girl" in order to raise the money to open a shop back home -- will experience surprising, life-changing events in these busy hallways and bedrooms. -Giovanna Fulvi

 7 CHILD 44
    d. Daniel Espoinosa
    Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman

  Can : Bo Fung Yu
  Lit : Violent Insane Language
    d. David Lee Kuan Yew
    Sean Lau Ching Wan, Huang Xiaoming,
      Fiona Sit Hoi Kei, Alex Fong Chung Shun,
      Nina Paw Hee Ching, Michelle Ye (Yip Shuen), Michelle Wai Si Nga
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 98 mins.
  Opening December 21 2014 (Limited Release)
  Opening April 2 2015

    The cat-and-mouse thriller produced by Derek Yee, a psychiatrist is lured to the dark side of the mind by his patient and convicted murderer.

  Can : Chung Fung Cheh
  Lit : Heavy Armored Vehicle
    d. Lau Ho Leung
    Francis Ng Chun Yu, Simon Yam Tat Wa, Leo Ku Kui Ke,
      Patrick Tam Yiu Man, Mark Cheng Ho Nam, Christie Chen Si Xuan
      Philip Keung Ho Man, Jack Kao, Susan Shaw Yam Yam
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 102 mins.
  Opening March 30 2015 at the Hong Kong International Film Festival
  Opening April 2 2015
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 102 mins.
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    Four loser gangsters devise a scheme that is deviously ingenious (or profoundly stupid): to disguise a minibus as a police vehicle to rob cross-border ruckus that carry human carcasses with money inside. The ploy kicks into action one evening in the New Territories, and the plot thickens with spooky and deadly encounters, including one with an identical police car – also a fake, but manned by killer gangsters who are after the same dead bodies. Fast-paced, feverish, smart-alecky, in-your-face… Two Thumbs Up brims with the street-wise energy that once ignite Hong Kong Cinema.

    Lucifer and his gangsters dress their minibus to resemble a police vehicle, and pose as policemen for a robbery. Police Officer Chui has sensed “criminal intent”. Without police orders, he investigates these gangsters. At the robbery the gangsters engage in a gunfight against the real criminals, who kill randomly. Lucifer and his men are infuriated. They may wear police costumes and use toy guns, but their passion is real. Sensing their righteous passion, Chui decides to side with the imposters and their 16-passenger EU vehicle. Lucifer and his men re-discover the bond they felt when they used to battle together. Finally, Chui, Lucifer and the gang defeat the criminals, showing Chui that anyone can be a hero, and righteousness resides within us all.

    d. Damian Szifron
    Dario Grandinetti, Maria Marull, Monica Villa, Rita Cortese

  Can : 5 Gor Siu Hai Dik Hau Jeung
  Lit : 5 Children's Headmaster
    d. Adrian Kwan Shun Fai
    Miriam Yeung Chin Wa, Louis Koo Tin Lok,
      Richard Ng Yiu Han, Stanley Fung Shui Fan,
      Rain Lau Yuk Chui, Philip Keung Ho Man,
      Ng Yuen Yi, Alannah Ong (Lam Siu Cham), Bonnie Wong Man Wai,
  Rating : I
  Length : 112 mins.
  Opening March 19 2015
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  Based on a true story of an enthusiastic headmaster who stands by her principle and faith to run a kindergarten for underprivileged kids, regardless of the very low pay and difficulties, her sacrifice finally wins respect of public.

    d. James Wan
    Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez,
      Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Dwayne Johnson

    d. Joss Whedon
    Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evan,
      Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, James Spader, Samuel L. Jackson,
      Don Cheadle, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen,
      Paul Bettany, Cobie Smulders, Anthony Mackie


Gregory Wong signs five more years with the company and reveals that his raise is in multiples
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Gregory Wong renews his contract with Stephen Shiu Jr. for eight figures and is determined to direct
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Gregory Wong signs with China 3D Digital Entertainment for five years
Stephen Shiu Jr. (second right) sends a sports car for the god Gregory Wong
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The 36 year old Gregory Wong Chung Hiu has been in the business for years. After signing with Stephen Shiu Jr. in recent years his popularity soared and he had endless film offers. Because of a series he established a loving warm man image and even became a new advertiser favorite. In half a year he has already made five commercials to become a "internet god"!

Yesterday Greg and boss Stephen Shiu Jr. held a contract signing ceremony under the Hong Kong Observation Wheel to announce his five year contract renewal with China 3D digital entertainment. It was the first press conference to take place under the Wheel. Greg and Stephen Shiu Jr. arrived in a luxury car and walked the red carpet, with support from artists Deon Cheung Chung Chi and Benji Chiang Man Kit. Greg thanked his boss for fulfilling his ten year dream and helping him with his own production company. Stephen Shiu Jr. presented him with a director's chair to fulfill his director dream with!

Stephen Shiu Jr. revealed that Greg's contract was renewed five months in advance and praised him to be a domestic production god with endless potential. "He is an actor with a lot of heart. Although we have only worked together for two years, but I am very happy that he has performed so well! I hope he could perform well as an actor and behind the scene, jump out of Hong Kong and invade the Mainland!" Greg revealed that his salary was doubled or tripled and he was very happy. Speaking of his own production company, he predicted that he would invest seven figures every year. "I will invest all of the money that I make. With Mr. Shiu we will work together at an appropriate time. I hope to make a movie next year, I want to make an award winning film and receive recognition from colleagues. (Will you adapt an internet novel again?) I am an internet god, of course I will continue to work together."

Reportedly, Greg who was interested in directing will fulfill his dream at the end of the year. His first film as a director will adapt Xiang Xi Haruki Murakami's internet novel THE SINKING CITY (SAI FONG GIK LOK). In the original work a hot renter seduced a married man and a series of twists and turns followed. The book had many online supporters early on. Reportedly Greg wanted to invite the buxom old flame DaDa Chan Jing to play the renter. Two could have super erotic scenes at any moment. Actually they once dated, and had a series of bed scenes in the film LAN KWAI FONG (HEI OI YEH PO). Working together on intimate scenes, they absolutely could be perfect!

Greg admitted last night that he planned to ask DaDa. "She is very professional, I would be very glad to work with her again. (Any sex scene?) The script hasn't been completed yet, I can't answer yet! (Would you have any full frontal nude scene?) If the script has such a need, I don't mind. I might also find a better lead actor and let others perform it!"


Sister Ka Yin lost her front tooth in her childhood and called herself "Cigar Yin" and thus accidentally caught her mentor's eye
Nancy Sit started at age 6 as a child star and worked until young womanhood
COLORFUL YOUTH began the rise of musicals
Pak Suet Sin and Yam Kin Fai's HOW THE SCHOLAR TONG PAK FU WON THE MAID CHAU HEUNG has been adapted into films many times
Leung Sing Bo (left) was the king of comedy then
Kwan Tak Hing and Shek Kin's WONG FEI HUNG film series has become classic
Wu Fung was fan blown so often that he was known as "Electric Fung"
Wu Fung and Lam Fung were often paired as a couple
THE BURNING OF THE RED LOTUS TEMPLE special effects open the eyes of many
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TVB Network Vision Limited released TVB Classic Movies that will air classic Cantonese films all day to pass on culture and art while everyone search for collective memory and savor the changes of times. Known as the classic movie channel chief, Nancy Sit Ka Yin remembered the most that her musical theme song was known all over the streets. When COLORFUL YOUTH was released, all of her fans sang along while watching it.

TVB will arranged for 1,500 valuable Cantonese films to air on the TVB Network Vision's "TVB Classic Movies". Ten classics among classic including TEN BROTHERS, BIG CLUMSY MELON, BUDDHA'S PALM film series, MY INTIMATE PARTNER, THE STORY OF A DISCHARGED PRISONER, WONG FEI HUNG, KING OF LION DANCE, SVEN PRINCESSES, BUTTERFLY AND RED PEAR, THE JUDGE GOES TO PIECES, and ROMANCE OF THE PHOENIX CHAMBER will be aired one after another for Hong Kong people to find their roots together. Through Cantonese films they could learn about Hong Kong's past scenery, appreciate the already vanished Star Ferry Pier, Yucca de Lac, Kai Tak Airport and other locations to savor the changes of times, understand the stories of Hong Kong people then, and learn about the hard days of "who tells you to be poor, tough it out" when the entire family was forced to live in a partitioned flat.

As the station chief Sit Ka Yin said, "With Classic Movies, everyone won't have to watch them in the middle of the night. I encourage my own children to watch them. Cantonese films are closely related to Hong Kong people, influence Cantonese opera and film development, and can display how Hong Kong changed over time. From the film you can see how life, buses and taxis used to be like and witness history."

Speaking of Cantonese films, Sister Ka Yin who started as a child star at age 8 counted them like family treasures. Back then she performed for her grandfather on his birthday and caught a producer's eye. Leung Sing Bo was considered her first mentor. She said, "My first film was FIFTEEN CHILDREN. Uncle Bo who was making a movie in the next studio asked me for my name. At the time my baby front tooth was out, so I said 'Cigar Yin'. He thought I was very cute, and a child star just happened to have a fever so Uncle Bo asked me to go over for the shoot. That big production was star studded, with Sister Yam (Kin Fai), Ng Kwan Lai, Lam Ka Sing, Lan Chi Pak, (Connie) Chan Bo Chu. After only a few days in the business I already made two films."

Working from her childhood to young womanhood, Sister Ka Yin remembered the most when her theme songs were sung all over the streets. With COLORFUL YOUTH, LADY SONGBIRD, EVERY GIRL A ROMANTIC DREAMER, viewers sang along while watching at the movies. Earlier when she attended a Hong Kong Film Archive event, viewers were already in their 50s and 60s. As soon as COLORFUL YOUTH played, the entire venue sang along. The popularity of musical back then could be imagined.

The current "King of Comedy" is Stephen Chow Sing Chi, back then was the "Clown Actor King" Leung Sing Bo. Aside from the later remade THE DUNCE ATTENDS A BIRTHDAY PARTY and the classic among classics HOW THE SCHOLAR TONG PAK FU WON THE MAID CHAU HEUNG, Uncle Bo's SILLY WONG GROWING RICH indeed accurately reflected the wishes of the poor general public. Wuxia films that never grew old naturally was one of the main pillars of Cantonese film. The WONG FEI HUNG film series in which Master Kwan Tak Hing vs. Shek Kin like WONG FEI HUNG, KING OF LION DANCE, HOW WONG FEI HUNG SUBDUED THE TWO TIGERS and HOW WONG FEI HUNG SMASHED THE FIVER TIGERS and others just kept getting made. The Kwan Tak Hing played Wong Fei Hung's righteous, honorable and gentleman image even served the purpose of civilizing the audience.

As the "TVB Classic Movies" chief Wu Fung (Brother Sau) has made over 200 Cantonese films and witnessed the golden age of Cantonese films. Brother Sau felt that Cantonese films naturally have a group of supporters, specifically their stories are neat, rational and different from the current style.

Brother Sau' was already the lead actor in his first Cantonese film MEN'S HEARTS, which also made him an overnight star. He said that getting into the business was very simple. "A film company was hiring lead actors and actresses, so I wrote a letter for an interview. Three days after the audition the film company already signed a contract with me." Having made many romantic films, Brother Sau has worked with countless female stars. Brother Sau had so many "girlfriends" that even he could not keep count. Brother Sau said, "On screen couples truly were countless, so many that even I can't remember them all. I can only say that I have worked with all Cantonese film female stars, the most with Lam Fung, Ng Kwan Lai, Nam Hung and others. So everyone has been my on screen lover."

Brother Sau had two nicknames, one was "Dance King Sau" that also originated from the Cantonese film era. At the time Brother Sau worked hard on musicals, on the set he kept rehearsing his dancing. The hard working Brother Sau thus was nicknamed "Dance King Sau". Brother Sau's other nickname "Electric Fung" came from Leung Sing Bo. Brother Sau said, "At the time the studio didn't have air conditioning. As soon as the cameras stopped rolling I would disappear to the fan, Uncle Bo then gave me that nickname."

With the advanced modern film technology, creators are more able to create fantasies. Before computer special effects, filmmakers had to use their brains. For example in the Cho Tat Wa, Yu So Chau starred wuxia film BUDDHA'S PLAM series, THE BURNING OF THE RED LOTUS TEMPLE created martial art special effect that left the audience in awe and began a wuxia film wave.

Back the Cantonese films were in full bloom, aside from domestic productions, film companies also imported foreign films. Their subjects were even more daring and innovative. TVB Classic Movies imported ten Filipino black and white films from that era, in one Filipino actors played male and female superhumans who could fly with their special abilities and rescue people who were under attack from the giant. The superheroes later even battled the giant.


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"Brothers" Nick and Jacky Cheung attend the charity premiere together
Choi Si-Won, Shawn Yue, Ji Jin-Hee
Shu Qi shows support for boss Peter Lam
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Ji Jin-Hee
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Jacky Cheung Hok Yau, Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Chang Chen, Shawn Yue Man Lok, Feng Wenjuan and Korean hunks Ji Jin-Hee and Choi Si-Won two nights ago attended the film HELIOS (CHET DOH)'s charity premiere at the Kowloon Bay International Trade and Exhibition Center to raise fund for the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. Other guests included Media Asia boss Peter Lam Kin Ngok and Elsie Leung Oi Sze. When the two Korean stars appeared, fans shrieked.

Constantly claimed to be "brothers of different parents", Hok Yau and Ka Fai spoke to the press together. Speaking of their "brotherly duel" this time, Hok Yau said, "I haven't seen it yet, there is a little. This time is my first official collaboration with Ka Fai." Dressed like The Hamburglar, Ka Fai fought fiercely in the film. He immediately said, "The directors put quite an effort into the film, they didn't want the audience to be able to guess the scenes so they put a twist into everything. This is also one of the reasons why I like working with the younger generation of directors. (Janice Man Wing Shan said that he did not treat her like a woman?) This is just the character, I respect women very much. (Did you have any bad take?) No. Before the shoot she trained for several weeks, I have been training for over 20 years."

Hok Yau in the film almost had no action film and was relatively more comfortable. He said, "This time was comfortable because fight scenes were done according to age. Mr. Wang (Wang Xueqi) didn't have to fight, then I too didn't have to fight, the next one fights a little, then Chang Chen, Yue Man Lok fight like crazy. The two directors have a plan, they aren't sloppy at all." Was this the first time that he played a villain? Hok Yau said, "No. (Will it have a sequel?) You will have to ask the boss and the audience response about this. (Have you made time for a sequel?) No, I have never thought about a second film."

As for working with Korean stars, did anything interesting happen? Hok Yau said, "Not interesting, the most memorable was when Ji Jin-Hee suddenly fainted during the shoot. He truly fainted."

At the time they worked at the Star Ferry pier early in the morning. Ka Fai recalled, "I don't know if Korean stars have to stay in shape, after working overnight he had a morning shoot the next day. When he delivered his lines he suddenly fainted in front of me, I of course was scared! Luckily he fell onto my shoes, if he hit the ground it would have been a big deal." Ka Fai guessed that Ji Jin-Hee had low blood sugar, because during the shoot he was rarely seen eating. Hok Yau felt fortunate that at the time Ka Fai was able to help him in time, otherwise if his head hit the ground he definitely would have been busted open. Later he very quickly woke up and was sent to the hospital for examination.

Ji Jin-Hee said that he learned a lot from working with the two Best Actors. He once worked with Hok Yau on the film PERHAPS LOVE (YU GOR OI), praised Hok Yau's singing and acting as very talented and very charming, Ka Fai's acting was great.

Speaking of his fainting during the shoot, he said, "yes, luckily Ka Fai lent me a hand so I wasn't injured. (was working on a Hong Kong film too much?) Actually because I have a lot of work in Korea, commuting back and forth was very tough. (Was the Hong Kong film production method tough?) No, Hong Kong is more relaxed. Korean series production is even worse." As for the ending leaving room for a sequel, will he take place? Ji Jin-Hee asked the reporter if he has seen the film already? He also said that he might appear in the sequel, pointed at the giant poster behind him and said, "This time I stood to the side on the poster, next time I hope to stand in the middle."


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Karen Mok Man Wai yesterday attended a coffee shop opening at the Polytechnic Institute and shared a 3 foot giant fish and chips with guests.

Reportedly director Jeff Lau Chun Wai was interested in making a final chapter of CHINESE ODYSSEY. Karen admitted that she has heard about it. "This year will be the 20th anniversary of CHINESE ODYSSEY, I heard that there will be celebration events but no one has contacted me with anything actual. If the movie truly starts production I have to have a part. The film before was too classic, everyone really liked the character of Bak Jing Jing. (Yet it will be without co-star Yammie Nam Kit Ying). Such time traveling mishaps can be fantastic, but JOURNEY TO THE WEST will always be classic. This subject is too amazing.' Aside from CHINESE ODYSSEY, Karen also wanted Lau Chun Wai to remake another classic 92 LEGENDARY LA ROSE NOIRE. She would like to play Tony Leung Ka Fai's character the most. She said, "Back then when I returned from studying in England I saw this film, it made quite an impression."

However this year Karen had no time to make a movie, because now she is already starting to plan for her concert tour that will start in September. The first stop will be Taiwan, then the Mainland. Because last tour did not have a Hong Kong stop, she hoped to be able to perform in Hong Kong this time.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

[2015.04.29] FOR THE WEEK STARTING APRIL 25 2015

For the week starting April 25 2015

  Can : Jeung Pung Yau Yut Yeung
  Leo Ku Kui Ke

  Can : Yi Hau
  Cheryl Lee (Lee Yun Yi)

  Can : Go San Dai Guk
  Sammi Cheng Sau Man

  Can : Mei Ho Dik Si Guong
  Jinny Ng Yeuk Hei

  Can : Na Seh Oi Gor Dik Si
  Michael Wong (Kong Leung)

  Can : Wui Ga Dik Lo
  Andy Lau Tak Wa

  Can : Mo Sing Muk Oi

  Can : Dai Sam Gan
  Xu Wei (Hui Ngai)

  Can : Nei Sau Gau Liu Ma?
  Joyce Cheng Yun Yi

  Can : Lit Sum
  Wang Leehom (Wong Lik Won)

  Can : But San, But Gein
  Karen Mok Man Wai

  Can : Gwai Toi Sau
  Amit (A-Mei)

  Can : Sau Seh Dik Chung Chin
  Jay Chou (Chow Kit Lun)

  Can : Nei Si Ngor Dik Sing Kau
  Kenji Wu (Ng Hak Kwun)

  Can : Dor Yuen Doh Yiu Joi Yut Hei
  G.E.M. (Tang Chi Kei)


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Director Derek Kwok still watches TVB series despite yelling at it
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Director Derek Kwok Chi Kin, Josie Ho Chiu Yi, Andrew Lam Man Chung and Edmond Leung Hong Man two nights ago promoted their new film FULL STRIKE (CHUEN LIK KAU SAT) on the TVB program SZE U TONIGHT. They all agreed that they would treat host Johnson Lee as if he was not there and tell each others' secrets. Ah Chung even revealed that Edmond and Chiu Yi were absent from the advanced screening audience appreciation event. They awkwardly clarified that they will appear at future audience appreciation events.

Ah Chung and Edmond revealed they would bring "abalone drying" and "washing oyster shells" from their viral videos to the show and even seriously prepared props to challenge television standards with dirty jokes. Edmond even revealed that Ah Chung has already become "Golden God", which made Ah Chung very pleased with himself. "I will soon have a glitter card, the naked kind of glitter card, haha!"

Kwok Chi Kin earlier blasted TVB's "added cloth version" of EMPRESS OF CHINA broadcast. He said that low cut was a Tang Dynasty specialty, not to mention that nudity did not mean dirty. He said, "Hong Kong viewers are very understanding, only those with figures could show them, haha!" As TVB series THE GREED OF MAN (DAI SI DOI)'s super fan, he revealed that he asked Damien Lau Chung Yan to work on AS THE LIGHTS GO OUT (GAU FOR YING HUNG), unfortunately due to scheduling conflict he was unable to work with his idol. Kwok Chi Kin said, "I want to get Sor Gor and Chau Guoon (Adam Cheng Siu Chau) to work on a movie about modern heroes. They will appear as English mounted police. I hope we will have a chance to work together."


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Timmy Hung posts on behalf of his second son
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Timmy Hung and Janet Chow after having TJ two years ago have another son JT
The newly born JT looks just like Grandpa
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Friend Mak Cheung Ching visits the newborn
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Janet Chow Ka Wai yesterday gave birth to a 7 pound 11 ounce baby boy JT. Timmy Hung Tin Ming immediately made the announcement online and will the joy with everyone when he attends an event on the 30th. "Mama and Baby are both very healthy, but Mama is a little tired. I want to give her time to rest, I will tell everyone more when I attend an event on the 30th."

Sammo Hung Kam Bo said that his grandson looks exactly like him. "He looks like me too! (How much does he weigh?) 7 pound 11 ounce, almost 8 pounds!" Mak Cheung Ching appeared at the hospital around 5:30PM. Mak Bau said to the media on behalf of Tin Ming, "Tonight he will stay here and won't leave. (Who does the baby look like?) He's so little I don't know who he looks like. (How much does the baby weigh?) I will save that for Tin Ming to talk about!"

As for JT's Chinese name, in the earlier broadcast of TELLING MARIA, Hung Kam Bo revealed that when he came up with TJ's Chinese name, "Dai Yun" sounded just like "Big Man". Yet at the time Tin Ming admitted that he wanted to change the name. He said, "I asked Old Man if he has another name, he then said why don't we call him Dai Yeh (Big Lord), then I said nevermind! This time for the second son's name, I will come up with it myself because I don't find the few that Old Man came up with to be acceptable."