HKMDB Daily News

January 13, 2010

January 13, 2010

Jeff Lau’s Once Upon a Chinese Classic will be pushed back to a March release due to the huge competition during the Spring Festival season. (Sina)

Variety: Jackie Chan’s ‘Incident’ heads for U.S.

Film to open on 20 screens in 10 U.S. markets

BEIJING — Jackie Chan crimer “Shinjuku Incident” has secured theatrical distribution in the U.S. and will open Feb. 5, followed by a Sony Home Entertainment DVD release on May 25.

Pic’s producers have partnered with Barking Cow Distribution to release the film in Chinese with English subtitles on 20 screens in 10 U.S. markets with large Chinese communities.

The DVD will offer a choice of either Chinese or English-language and subtitles.

In the pic, which was exec produced by Chan and helmed by Derek Yee, Chan plays an illegal Chinese immigrant trying to survive on the gangster-run streets of Tokyo in the 1990s. Pic also features Daniel Wu, Xu Jinglei and Fan Bingbing.

Pic was nixed by censors in mainland China for its violence and depiction of malcontent mainlanders fleeing to Japan.

Du Yuhang, Yip Chun, Huang Yi

Huang Yi

Yuen Biao

Fan Siu-Wang, Yuen Biao, Du Yuhang

Ip Man prequel begins shooting in Foshan The Legend is Born - Ip Man features Du Yuhang, Hins Cheung,  and Huang Yi. Costars include Yuen Biao and Fan Siu-Wong. HD slide show (12)(Sina) (Sina) (Xinhua)

Year of the thriller for Korean movies

Film insiders excited over new works by three star directors

Edison Chen

Host Jon Niermann

In a television interview on a Star World Satellite program based in Shanghai, Edison described last year’s photo scandal as an ‘invisible gift’. He said he didn’t know if he was the criminal or the villain, but many friends supported him through much distress and unnecessary attention. Edison is relieved to say: “This never-ending nightmare has ended.” As for the future, he is contemplating developing a film and play a pervert or homosexual killer.(Sina)

Cheeky Edison’s back on the scene

Chow’s wife, Anita Yuen, Chow Yun-Fat, Coco Lee

Coco Lee

Anita Yuen (Xinhua)

Qin Hailu


Chow Yun-Fat, Coco Lee, Anita Yuen, Qin Hailu and many other celebrities opened a luxury brand flagship store in Beijing. HD slide show (30)(Sina)

April 19, 2009

April 19, 2009

Josephine Siao Fong Fong - Lifetime Achievement Award

Josephine Siao Fong Fong - Lifetime Achievement Award

Raymond Wong - Best Picture (Ip Man)Ann Hui - Best Director (The Way We Are)

Nick Cheung - Best Actor (Beast Stalker)Liu Kai-Chi - Best Supporting Actor (Beast Stalker)

Chun Lai Wan - Best Supporting Actress (The Way We Are)Xu Jiao - Best New Performer (CJ7)
 Sammo Hung - Best Action Choreography (Ip Man)Paw Hee-Ching - Best Actress (The Way We Are)

28th Hong Kong Film Awards
Xinhuanet: Red carpet and awards presentation - photo gallery - photo gallery

‘Yasukuni’ hangs in limbo

Feature films get China release while documentary waits

Variety: Fish Story (Japan)

A playful Japanese sci-fi shaggy-dog story
Hollywood Reporter
Bottom Line: Light entertainment that will thrill J-pop lovers.

Variety: 20th Century Boys: Chapter 2 (Japan)

Variety: Building an epic ‘Journey’ out West
Zhang Jizhong plans Monkey King trilogy

SCMP Video Interviews
SCMP: Karena Lam breaks free in Claustrophobia (video in English)
SCMP: Jackie Chan on Shinjuku Incident (video w/subtitles)

SCMP: Nansun Shi reflects 25 years on (video w/subtitles)
SCMP: Film Workshop’s 25-year memory lane (video - Tsui Hark in English)
SCMP: Yuen Wah on playing a cook in ‘Australia’ with Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman (video w/subtitles)
SCMP: Ip Chun Vanguard of Wing Chun (video w/subtitles) 

Eric still can’t find his Rose
Time’s running out for movie director Eric Khoo to find actress to play Rose Chan

I spy: Cherie Chung

Reportedly inherited HK$52M from her late husband, Cherie Chung was spotted dining with Peter Chan Ho-San

Zhang ZiyiGillian Chung

Zhang Ziyi, Gillian Chung
Odd pairing: Zhang Ziyi and Gillian Chung appear in Beijing for a cellphone handset

Gillian Chung snatches Ziyi Zhang’s limelight

Jackie Chan: Chinese people need to be controlled
Action star Jackie Chan said Saturday he’s not sure if a free society is a good thing for China and that he’s starting to think “we Chinese need to be controlled.”

Chan’s comments drew applause from a predominantly Chinese audience of business leaders in China’s southern island province of Hainan.

The 55-year-old Hong Kong actor was participating in a panel at the annual Boao Forum when he was asked to discuss censorship and restrictions on filmmakers in China. He expanded his comments to include society.

“I’m not sure if it’s good to have freedom or not,” Chan said. “I’m really confused now. If you’re too free, you’re like the way Hong Kong is now. It’s very chaotic. Taiwan is also chaotic.”

Chan added: “I’m gradually beginning to feel that we Chinese need to be controlled. If we’re not being controlled, we’ll just do what we want.”

The kung fu star has not been a vocal supporter of the pro-democracy movement in his hometown of Hong Kong. Since the former British colony returned to Chinese rule in 1997, voters have not been allowed to directly elect their leader. Several massive street protests have been held to demand full democracy, but Beijing has repeatedly said Hong Kong isn’t ready for it.

The theme at Saturday’s panel discussion was “Tapping into Asia’s Creative Industry Potential,” and Chan had several opinions about innovation in China.

He said that early in his career, he lived in the shadow of the late martial arts star Bruce Lee. He said that during his first foray into Hollywood, he struggled to establish his own identity, so he returned to Hong Kong. After spending 15 years building his reputation in Asia, Chan finally got rediscovered by Hollywood, he said.

Chan said the problem with Chinese youth is that “they like other people’s things. They don’t like their own things.” Young people need to spend more time developing their own style, he added.

The action hero complained that Chinese goods still have too many quality problems. He became emotional when discussing contaminated milk powder that sickened tens of thousands of Chinese babies in the past year.

Speaking fast with his voice rising, Chan said, “If I need to buy a TV, I’ll definitely buy a Japanese TV. A Chinese TV might explode.”

Huang Yi - photo gallery

Korea Times: 5 Face Punishment Over Actress’ Suicide

April 8, 2009

April 8, 2009

Tina Ti Na and daugther

Tina Ti Na
64 year-old Tina Ti Na is reportedly seriously ill (with cancer?)

But her assistant and son* has denied this. Ti Na had earlier checked into a cancer ward in a private hospital for two weeks.
[*Note: Her son was actually Ti Na's daughter and had a sex change operation 14 years ago]

Jackie Chan goes big on ‘Soldier’
Actor unveils details of his $25 million pic
Jackie Chan veers back to comedy in China
Period actioner follows gritty gang film ‘Shinjuku Incident’

Variety: Romantic Island (South Korea)
Three separate holiday affairs, tenuously connected by their shared destination, are cruisy and bright, though rarely surprising, in the entertaining South Korean criss-crosser “Romantic Island.”

Doomed to Love You poster

Opens April 10

Hu Jun
Hu Jun shaves his head for Bodyguards and Assassins

Carrie Ng
Maria Chan Chai-Ping, Carrie Ng
Carrie Ng returns to movies in a French film, Red Night, now shooting in Hong Kong

She dropped 15kg in weight down to 50kg to make the film.
The film also costars Law Kar-ying and Stephen Huynh and features Cantonese opera.
Stephen Huynh Plays Opera Star in New French Film
Stephen Huynh, Carrie NgLaw Kar-Ying

Zhang Jingchu
Nick Cheung
Red River Beijing preview

Barbie Hsu
Barbie Hsu in Wong Jing’s Forbidden City Cop: Smart Dog (or 009)

Dante Lam, Edison, Richie Jen
The Sniper - Down time in the hotel, drinking, dining and signing autographs - photos

Fan Bingbing
Fan Bingbing secretly shooting a film in Shanghai (’East Wind, Rain’)
Trailer, photo gallery

Liu Yun-Long directs and acts the lead.
Cinematography by Arthur Wong, art direction by Yi Zhenzhou
It looks a lot like Lust, Caution. She plays a KMT spy

Tony Leung Kar-Fai, Anthony Wong
I Corrupt All Cops

Fan Bingbing
Fan Bingbing for diamond brand

The article makes a comment about her flabby arms in an otherwise perfect form. :)
Fan BingbingFan Bingbing
Fan Bingbing magazine spread - photo gallery

Francis Ng and wife
I spy: Back in Hong Kong, Francis Ng takes his wife on a shopping spree.

Francis waited in the car while his wife and a friend went shopping in the hard to park Causeway Bay area. He scurried to his wife’s aid when she came out laden with bags. ;)

Trial: Edison driver tells of 3-hour laptop lapse

Actor Kal Penn (’Kumar’) joins White House team

Film and TV stars, including Jet Li, Zhou Xun and Li Bingbing, were honored at the 2nd Performance Grand Ceremony of Beijing on April 7.

Controversial Release of Eileen Chang Novel

Fast and Furious? Fuggetaboutit! F1 shanzhai style!
F1 racing car made from scrap

April 3, 2009

Crystal Huang YiLouis Koo
Derek Chiu
Louis Koo and Crystal Huang Yi filming Derek Chiu’s latest film in Guangzhou

Jacky Cheung and Tang Wei

Crossing Hennessy - Jacky Cheung and Tang Wei begin filming in Hong Kong

English version

Hollywood Reporter: Lu Chuan brings history to ‘Life and Death’ (Nanking! Nanking!)

The Rebel
Chinese poster of The Rebel

Examination 1977 poster

Jet Li
Jet Li hopes to return to filmmaking after a year’s layoff since the Sichuan earthquake

Taipei Times: An old tale learns new tricks in Colorful Mind
Talent and perseverance vie with power and privilege in Chen Kun-ho’s return to the cinema

Shinjuku Incident
This time, Jackie Chan isn’t joking

Still Walking
Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda crafts a beautiful story of a family brought together by the memory of a deceased son

Taipei Times: Pop Stop

Armed security engaged to protect Edison Chen
Despite the two bullet threat mails sent to Hong Kong media last month, Edison Chen will still be appearing in Singapore this Sunday at the press conference of movie “Sniper”. For enhanced security purposes, Shaw Organization has arranged for two armed security to be present besides 25 security personnel.

Faith from Shaw Organization’s Advertising and Promotions Department told that security at the press conference would be very tight. To ensure the safety of the artistes and press, they have arranged for armed police to be present; however, to avoid creating an overly tensed atmosphere, they only arranged for two of them to be present.

All media will also have to pass through security checks before entering the venue.

This is the second time that Chen is appearing in Singapore since the outbreak of the sex photos scandal. When he was here in end February to grace the new product launch of a fast food chain, hordes of overseas media stalked on his every movement, fans were also fighting to catch a glimpse of the actor. Chen did not seem resistant about the chaos and agreed to be in Singapore again to promote his movie this time round. Faith speculated that Chen was pleased with the previous round of visit, thus agreed to make his appearance again.

Coincidentally, the press conference will be held at the Grand Hyatt again; according to sources, Chen will also be staying in the hotel. Was it pure coincidence or was it trust in the hotel’s security measure? When approached the hotel in trying to understand their plans in receiving Chen, the hotel declined to comment.

Male lead of movie “Sniper”, Ritchie Ren, and director Dante Lam will be attending the press conference together with Chen. Other male lead, Huang Xiaoming, was unable to be here due to other work commitments. will be attending the press conference of “Sniper” on Apr 5. Stay tuned for more reports!

‘We were Edison’s human shields’
What is it like protecting such a high-profile celebrity as Edison Chen?

Vivian Chow - The Valient Maiden
The Eternal Maiden Queen” appeared calm and easy when photos of her boyfriend kissing a university girl, almost 20 years her junior, were splashed on tabloids.

Though Vivian Chow broke up with Joe Nieh briefly, she still chose to stand by him in trying times and married him eventually. The public opined that it was a silly and irrational move; but think twice about it, this decision calls for courage. For a woman who has been “emotionally betrayed” by a man, besides love, she has to have the courage to give this man a chance and even entrusts her lifetime to him.

This exclusive interview with Vivian was done in Singapore, before the Nieh’s kissing scandal broke out. Though the questions were screened beforehand, in the 25 minutes long interview, we still touched on topics outside the screened list and despite that, Vivian answers all questions without any evasion.

She tells us, “I must have gone through a lot of ups and downs to become who I am now. I will remember and cherish every important moment of my past performing career. My fans’ supports are my source of motivation.”

After the kissing scandal and her marriage, when Vivian first showed up in public in Hong Kong, she took on all reporters’ incisive questions with ease and is fully cooperative.

This is probably what she meant by “fruits of her self cultivation”. Vivian was cultured and refined in handling the issue that attracted region wide attention; she lives up to her name as “The Eternal Maiden Queen”.

Yet in her eyes, only Xiaolongn Jin Yong’s classic wuxia novel “The Return of the Condor Heroes” could be termed as a “maiden”.

“Perhaps when the modern viewers refer to an artiste as a maiden, they meant that she has high regards for oneself; I think viewers see me as such a lady. Actually there are many sides of me. I can be gentle and naughty at times,” she laughs, “There are times when I am active and prefer being with a crowd; but when I’m drawing, I’ll become another person. I simply immerse in my own world and do not communicate with others.”

“I believe everyone will regret throwing a temper after they did it. Usually I’ll throw my temper at home, over things which I’ve done and feel were not up to my own expectations. I’m always angry with myself and will just keep quiet. I don’t throw things around, not that crazy. I’m very simple,” Vivian adds.

She admitted to be very mindful of how others see her; the years she spent abroad after withdrawing from showbiz in 1999 made her mature and truly drop the burden of being an artiste.

“I do not feel much about the title as Maiden Queen now, and will not do anything to live up to that title; nothing can restrict my feelings or actions. I believe as a woman, when you find self-confidence, you can face everything with an open mind. For example this title as Maiden Queen, it does not bother me anymore. I am confident about myself and am happy with any assignments. I lead a fulfilling life.”

This self-confidence is perhaps the very source of courage that gives her the power to face the unhappiness that had happened; this self-confidence also convinced her that she is living a life “that’s filled with love and hopes”; that she has married the right man for her; and that they will have a wonder future together.

Perhaps, a title like the “Valiant Maiden” would be more apt for the current Vivian Chow.

Karen Mok
Karen Mok visits Prince Edward Island as Hong Kong’s Animal Ambassador

English version

Kelly ChenKathy Chow Man-Kei

I spy: Cecilia Cheung and Nic Tse

Cecilia Cheung considering comeback in remake of Derek Yee’s period film with Louis Koo 三少爷的剑.
(This is the same title as the 1977 Death Duel but not sure if this is a remake or not.)

Kelly Chen
Kelly Chen living dangerously, dodges traffic after dining at Thai restaurant

Rumour hitch to Andy Lau wedding talk

Yammie Nam
Yammie Nam (Lam Kit-Ying)

Kelvin Kwan
Kelvin Kwan announces that he will leave the entertainment industry for a long period
Dope-bust Kwan sorry, but happy to be a free man

Kim Yu-na Syndrome

April 1, 2009

April 1, 2009

Leslie Cheung (1956 - 2003)
Fans Pay Tribute to Leslie Cheung on Sixth Death Anniversary

Madame Tussauds wax figure of Leslie

Leslie Cheung - Smallest of 10 siblings - Sup Jai1969 - British middle school
1978 - First leading role - Erotic Dreams of Red Chamber1980 - Proposed to Teresa Mo

Korea Times: Park Chan-wook Explores Self, Dream in ‘Thirst’
“Thirst” is the first South Korean film to be co-produced and distributed by a major Hollywood studio.

Hong Kong, Mainland Plan ‘Big Movies’
Ten blockbusters in 5 years! Investors of the 5510 Big Movie Plan announced their ambition Tuesday as they launched the project…
Hong Kong film producer Jimmy Heung, whose company - Win’s Entertainment - is one of the five investors.
Li BingbingWu Jing and Monica Mok
Liu Zi and Wu JingKong Wei and Jiang Yiyan
Miu Miu aka Gong Xin-Liang
Director Lee Lik-ChiJimmy Heung
Photo gallery

Jackie Chan and Daniel Wu - Singapore
Early birthday celebration for Jackie Chan (April 7)
Jackie Chan and Daniel Wu promote Shinjuku Incident in Singapore

Saving the world is still on Jackie Chan’s agenda
He spent more time at the press conference indignantly telling reporters about the role of films and the current state of the world, than promoting Shinjuku Incident.

Peter Chan directing Leon Lai in Founding of the Nation

Donnie Yen
Lynn Hung
Sammo Hung
Gordon LamFann Siu WongProducer Raymond Wong
Ip Man 2 press conference photo gallery

Shooting begins in August. Raymond Wong, speaking on whether Bruce Lee will appear, he said because the second part takes place in 1949 it should not include Bruce Lee. He hopes that if there is a third part, he should appear then. Yip Man took Bruce as a disciple in 1960.

Nick Cheung - Red River
Nick Cheung goes crazy in lumber mill scene in Red River

Shu Qi and Sylvia Chang
Shu Qi and Sylvia Chang endorse Cartier
Shu Qi waiting and hoping for love.
Shu QiSylvia Chang
Photo gallery and video

Edison Chen missing Hong Kong badly

Michelle Reis Poses for Marie Claire

Tang Wei
Tang Wei Vogue photo shoot - gallery and video

Yammie Nam
Yammie Nam panhandling outside of a convenience store

Three years ago, she declared bankruptcy and has been living on public assistance. Regular readers will recall that in April 2008 Yammie was spotted soliciting men in a red-light district.

Five hurt as mop-wielding woman runs amok

March 31, 2009

March 31, 2009

Brigitte LinCharlie Yeung
Carina Lau, Tony LeungWong Kar-Wai and wife
Hong Kong premiere of Ashes of Time Redux - gallery

Video tributes to Leslie Cheung from Maggie Cheung, Gong Li, Faye Wong, Cecilia Cheung and Lucas, Shu Qi, John Woo, Sandra Ng and others

Chow Yun-Fat
Confucius begins filming with low-key ceremony at a Confucian temple

Jay Chou and Lin Chi-Ling - Treasure Hunter
Stills from Ci Ling/Treasure Hunter - Jay Chou and Lin Chi-Ling

Lin Chi-Lin and Eric Tsang
Photo gallery

“Ci Ling” has begun filming

Simon Yam

Nic Tse

Bodyguards and Assassins promotional material released


Examination 1977 poster

Officially released April 4
Zhou Xianxin - 'Little Gong Li'
Shanghai Normal University premiere gallery
Wong Kar-Wai sends public letter of support

Liu YeGao Yuanyuan
Nanking! Nanking!/City of Life and Death

Qin Lan
Gao Yuanyuan thought to be co-lead with Liu Ye rumored to be largely deleted, Qin Lan’s character becomes the lead

Edison Chen ‘tests water’ with role as sex pervert
According to Chinese media, a source revealed that for publicity purposes, the filming period has to be stated as before the uproar of the scandal.

Jackie Chan says producers don’t want to use original title.

Shinjuku Incident
Jackie Chan pitches his ‘different’ side in new movie
“I even had my first, mildly saucy scene but that’ll be censored in many countries, including Malaysia,” he said.
In the yakuza’s grip
Not just any Hollywood role for Daniel Wu & Jackie Chan

Cecilia Cheung
Cecilia Cheung shoots new bedding advert in Guangzhou

 Korea Times: Police to Question Journalists Over Actress Suicide

Google, music labels launch China download service

Forgery fight looms over Nina Wang’s will

Nina Wang was the widow of Teddy Wang whose kidnapping was depicted in Jackie Chan’s Crime Story

March 25, 2009

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Jackie ChanDaniel Wu
Shinjuku Incident cast in Taiwan
Shinjuku Incident premiere in Taiwan

Hong Kong International Film Festival kicks off
Shinjuku Incident world premiere photos


Richie Ren, Huang XiaomingMichelle Ye Xuan
Cast of The Sniper
The Sniper premieres in Hong Kong sans Edison Chen

Q&A: Tsui Hark
Q&A: Soo-wei Shaw
New executive director of HKIFF and granddaughter of Run Run Shaw
Q&A: Lu Chuan
Director of Nanking! Nanking!
Q&A: Jaycee Chan

100 years of Hong Kong cinema
The question being — is 2009 the 100th year of Hong Kong cinema?
Movie on life of China’s model worker “Iron Man” to debut May 1
Eileen Chang: A great 20th century writer, as depicted in movies spanning 60 years

Door opens for Tibet film from Dai Wei
‘Once Upon a Time in Tibet’ , perhaps with Charlie Yeung

Juliet Binoche plans film with Chinese director Jiang Wen

Zhang Ziyi

Leon Lai, Zhang Ziyi’s ‘Paper Handcuff Fame’
Forever Enthralled opens in South Korea

Ghibli’s Ponyo on a Cliff Dated for August 14 in U.S. Theaters

Female Zatoichi update

Sandra Ng
Sandra Ng spotted filming new Alex Law film

Pregnancy rumors renewed

Kelly Chen
Kelly Chen quizzed again about wisdom of wearing 3-inch heels when pregnant

Carina Lau, Tony Leung
Carina Lau
Carina Lau and Tony Leung arriving in Beijing to promote Ashes of Time Redux

Norika Fujiwara
Norika Fujiwara announces her divorce from husband

Husband admits to having extramarital affair

Annie Yi and Harlem Yu separated for six years

Head of Jang Ja-yeon’s agency says he’ll appear
Police raid Jang Ja Yun’s management firm, suspect it was used as ‘brothel’
Sonija Kwok
TVB actress Sonija Kwok was bitten and threatened with a knife by her domestic servant. The servant had worked for the actress for ten months without issue but apparently she had a nervous breakdown. The servant put a kitchen knife to her own neck and forced Kwok to put on makeup (!). When Kwok called the police, the maid pulled her hair and bit her arm. The police arrived shortly and the maid was taken to a hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
Out of control Indonesian domestic helper threatens Sonija Kwok and her mom with a knife

March 17, 2009

March 17, 2009

Zhang Jingchu
“Red River” Takes Transnational Love Story to Screen

Red River opens April 10

Daniel Wu - Shinjuku Incident
Daniel Wu - Shinjuku Incident

Daniel Wu

Wong Jing’s Forbidden City Cop: Spirit Dog

Barbie Hsu/ Da S

Mainland Actors to Be Allowed in Taiwan TV Series

‘Pandemic’ cuts plague Japanese film
Korean importer changed ending without producer’s OK


Zhang Yimou Launches Live Show on Tropical Island


Trailer for Thirst with Park Chan-wook


Jang Ja Yun/Jang Ja-Yeon

Conspiracy Deepens On Late Jang Ja Yun’s Suicide
Other suicides may be investigated

Times Square Has a ‘Red Cliff’

Zhao Benshan’s Spring Festival skit controversy continues

103 Famous Faces in One Painting

February 25, 2009

Zhao Wei as Mulan
Zhao Wei - Mulan

Zhao Wei’s Portrayal as Mulan Unveiled

Jackie Chan returns to Chinese film with gang thriller Shijuku Incident

Photos of actress Tang Wei at Reading University in England were recently uploaded to the internet

Hu Jun in sci-fi comedy Kungfu Cyborg

Ning Hao to begin shooting new film in March 無人區(Uninhabited Region)
Regular cast members Huang Bo and Xu Zheng will join Wang Shuangbao, Ba Duo
Yu Nan

Director Ning Hao

Hong Kong East Week is reporting that Andy Lau is planning to marry longtime girlfriend in April.
According to reports, Andy bought a HK$7M home in Malaysia as a gift to her parents. The bride is the long rumoured Carol Chu/Zhu Liqian. April 6 is one speculated date as it is Carol Chu’s 43rd birthday. Last year, Andy sang at the wedding of  Carol’s sister. Photos of the couple making plans with her parents in Malaysia were published.

Andy Lau to Marry Carol Zhu in April?
Andy Lau - Not Married, No Kids, No Plans to Work with Gillian Chung

‘Dragonball’ fans fired up over manga movie

Chinese pop star hopes to move on from nude photo scandal (video)
Edison Chen says some sex photos were taken by the girls

Unaffected Gillian Chung Plans Comeback after Edison’s Hearing

Hong Kong pop star Karen Mok bound for Canada to protest seal hunt,hong-kong-pop-star-bound-for-canada-to-protest-seal-hunt.html

Vivian Chow Two Months Pregnant?

Doctors to man: you’re no Andy Lau

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