HKMDB Daily News

June 26, 2009

June 26, 2009

Memorial service held for Sek Kin

Mourners in attendance included Connie Chan, Nancy Sit, Alan Tang, Chow Chung, Kenneth Tsang, Wu Fung, Joe Cheung Tung-cho, Lau Kar Leung, Lau Kar Fai, Ng Man Tat, Ng See Yuen, Ken Lo and the Seven Little Fortunes
Connie Chan and Nancy Sit
Wu Fung and Kenneth Tsang
Alan Tang
Fortunes Yuen Bo and Yuen Ting/Ng Ming Choi
English version
Slide show

Liu Kai-Chi, Leon Lai
Richie Ren
Fire Dragon - slide show

Chen Kuan-Tai, Aaron Kwok
Murderer - Chen Kuan-Tai, Aaron Kwok

Glamorous Youth (明媚時光) director explores home truths

Philip Yung, a former film critic, makes his directorial debut with the Hong Kong-based drama Glamorous Youth.

Glamorous Youth review

Visual design of The Message revealed

Lu Chuan and His Humanity Care Trilogy
Chinese Animation: Where are we?

“Old Fish” Review – 2009 New York Asian Film Festival

Taipei film festival opens with Yang Yang
Taipei Film Festival shines the spotlight on Berlin

Changes to Taipei Awards stir controversy

Taipei Times: Pop Stop

Audemars Piguet Antique Pocket Watches Give Historical Flavor To “Bodyguards and Assasins” Movie

Cherie Chung wearing Stella McCartney and Cartier
Cherie and Ferrari
Cherie Chung appearing for a medical center

Still loves movies but would rather watch
Additional photos

Video: Lin Chi-Ling Longines appearance reacting to news of Michael Jackson’s death

Michelle Yeoh, Frank Nuovo co-creators
Michelle Yeoh opens flagship store for luxury personal communications (cell phones) in Taipei 101

Chinese censors tinker with ‘Transformers’

Police raids nab 2 million pirated DVDs in Manila


  1. Thanks for even more Cherie glamour!

    There’s a link to video of her appearance at the bottom of that HK Yahoo! link!

    Comment by glenn — June 26, 2009 @ 10:53 am

  2. Thanks, link added!

    Also added a link to a video of Lin Chi-Ling (finally, I get to hear her voice) reacting to news of Michael Jackson’s death.

    Comment by dleedlee — June 26, 2009 @ 12:14 pm

  3. I think I missed something with Lin Chi-Ling. She’s hot but not quite hot enough to capture my attention for some reason. She’s a model-turned-actress, right?

    Comment by glenn — June 26, 2009 @ 2:29 pm

  4. Yes, she’s more noted for her modeling than her acting. Her squeaky voice was dubbed over in Red Cliff Part 2 due to fan complaints over Part 1. However, it worked to her advantage in The Magic Aster where she voiced for a duck!

    Comment by dleedlee — June 26, 2009 @ 3:11 pm

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