A large number of fans from across the world come to offer flowers at the Hong Kong Mandarin Hotel; the location where Leslie Cheung, the famous Hong Kong film actor and musician, committed suicide 9 years ago on April 1.
Japanese fans (Sina-slideshow)
Routine crime drama squanders good leads on a poor script with only average direction.
Engaging fable on greed and loss of values in HK society is good but not great.
Based on the novel of the same name, the movie tells the story of a group of villagers who try to design the death of a well-known local hooligan.
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The film tells the story of a Chinese superstar, portrayed by Chung, who abandons her career in China and marries a Japanese man. One of her loyal fans, played by Miao, follows her to Japan where he accidentally becomes involved in a spate of serial murders in a family-owned hotel where the owners are killed one by one.
Based on the life story of entrepreneur and motivational speaker Rocky Liang, the film recreates how Liang became successful.
Stills from Derek Yee/Law Chi-Leung’s “The Bullet Vanishes” released at a Beijing press conference (Sina-gallery) yesterday
Yang Mi, Lau Ching-Wan
Liu Kai-Chi, according to the caption
Zhang Jingchu and Li Bingbing are rumoured to be in contention for the femal lead role in the Hollywood production of Edward Zwick’s “The Great Wall”
Zhang Jingchu is currently in Las Vegas
Read the tale and circumstances behind how fellow blogger and ex-pat Glenn got these picture of Cherie Chung, Vivian Chow and Annie Liu, and some swag too, link below.
Vivian Chow, Cherie Chung, Annie Liu
He has now set his sights on Edmonton, where his sister has migrated to. Lau is also believed to own properties there.
The video clip that documented Jay’s actions had shown him instructing his friends to form a human barricade to block the three reporters present. Jay had whipped out his mobile phone and filmed the reporters. He referred to them as “Number One, ninja dog”, “Number Two, horse face” and “Number three, monkey with glasses”.
Several days after Timmy’s marriage to Janet Chow in Hong Kong, he lashed out at Chester for spilling drinks on the bride’s wedding dress and also used his wedding as means to meet new girls.