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June 4, 2009

June 4, 2009

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , , , , , , , — dleedlee @ 10:27 am

Sek Kin
Sek Kin passed away yesterday today (?) at age 96 of renal failure at Hong Kong’s Elizabeth Hospital. A Christian funeral is planned for June 25. He began his career as a makeup artist for opera star Sit Kok-Sin before making his debut on film as a Japanese spy.


With Kwan Tak-Hing
Gallery of photos

With Aaron Kwok and Leslie Cheung - And is that Sai Gwa Pau?
Lifetime Achievement Award (1996)
Veteran actor Shek Kin dies
Veteran actor mourned

Aaron Kwok
Aaron Kwok
Aaron Kwok Murderer

A Chinese Factory Reborn as Condo Heaven in 24 City 


Zhang Ziyi Appears in The Great Cause of China’s Foundation/Founding of a Nation

“Iron Road” to Hit Cinemas in June

Edison
CNN Talk Asia interview (video)
CNN Talk Asia interview
Edison Chen breaks silence on celebrity sex scandal


Lin Chi-ling’s ‘baby voice’ a hoax?


Jay Chou taugh Lin Chi-Ling bad words while filming Ci Ling/Treasure Hunter


http://ent.sina.com.cn/m/c/p/2009-06-04/06462548660.shtml


Lin Chi-Ling etiquette ambassador for 2010 Asian Games


I spy: Carina Lau out late with Hu Jun

The article reports that Carina Lau arrived in Shanghai secretly and was seen with at a bar with friends from midnight to 4 am. The lengthy partying leads to speculation that Carina is not pregnant.


The previous day, Carina was in Hangzhou checking the books on her clothing store

Cherie Chung

I spy: Cherie Chung window shopping

Described as forlorn, unhappy and knitting her brows, Cherie’s new close relationship with Peter Chan since last month was severed when it came to public light.

Cheer Chen
Cheer Chen’s young brother accused of swindling investors

One victim threatened their mother and was reported to the police

Japanese drama queen gave body for career

Dogs Sniff Out DVD Pirates in Malaysia
This time, it’s Paddy and Maddy

SCMP: Two decades since Tiananmen

3 Comments

  1. Seeing those Cherie pics (and the news about Shek Kin) is making me depressed.

    She looks so average and “forlorn” as you said.

    Where’s the radiance? The glamour?

    Comment by glenn — June 4, 2009 @ 11:39 am

  2. Sek Kin led a great life. I’m so glad that I got to know more of his career through the countless Connie Chan films I’ve watched. He was definitely one of the pillars of HK cinema.

    Comment by duriandave — June 4, 2009 @ 1:51 pm

  3. Thanks for the Tiananmen Square footage–I also posted a link to the Tank Man video on my blog & couldn’t really think of anything to add to it. It really speaks for itself in so many ways. Maybe in a few days I’ll have something to say but for now I’m feeling a bit forlorn about it myself!

    v.

    Comment by valerie soe — June 5, 2009 @ 1:54 am

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