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  2. looks good and interesting................
  3. Happy Birthday R.E.D !!! :wink:

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      Thank you very much!

       

  4. Hope the tourists are alright and safe.
  5. looks like a very interesting movie. look forward to being scared lol
  6. thats pretty crazy. a six year old is obviously way too young to be drinking alcohol. what are these workers thinking. the laws definitely need to be stricter and better enforced to be effective
  7. Happy that he is settling down. Wish them prosperity in their newly wed life.
  8. i think they hire a nutrionist to help them count calories and they do a lot of workout
  9. Yesterday
  10. It is outrageous how stores are allowing children under the age of 18 to be able to buy alcohol. There should be a law that does not allow any sales of alcohol to minors under 18.
  11. wish him and his family the best. Hopefully he can recover in the near future
  12. Wish all the time to him. There will someone out there to match his required type of heart.
  13. anyone knows any update to her upcoming TVB serials? unable to find any update online
  14. Genre: ComedyDirector: Zhang Jia Jia Cast: Tony Leung, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Angelababy, Lu Han, Eason Chan Released: 29 December 2016 Synopsis: In this topsy turvy world, every city needs to have its “navigators”; especially skilled guides able to cure the world of a wide range of relationship troubles. Bar owner Chen Mo and his associate Guan Chun are legendary. Though their ways seem sloppy and uncoordinated, their results are first-rate. Supermen in the art of navigation, if you can book them, there is no river of pain they can’t take you across. Girl-next-door Xiao Yu hires them to guide her idol, troubled singer Ma Li, but in the course of helping her find the path forward, Chen Mo and Guan Chun finally face their own problems in an epic act of self-discovery that brings their lives from towering highs to withering lows. Trailer +credits to movieXclusive+
  15. Genre: DramaDirector: Cheng ErCast: Ge You, Zhang Ziyi, Asano Tadanobu, Gillian Chung, Ni Dahong, Yuan Quan, Han Geng, Yan Ni Released: 30 March 2017 Synopsis: Love, hatred, and betrayal abound in Shanghai during the chaotic, war-torn 1930's. Mr. Lu is ambushed during an important meeting with the Japanese army, but his sister's husband, Watabe sacrifices himself to save Mr. Lu. Worse still, the Japanese brutally murder Mr. Lu's children and sister. To avenge their deaths, Mr. Lu's mistress attempts to kill the culprit but ends up dead. Years later as the Sino-Japanese war comes to a close, Mr. Lu visits the abandoned wife of his former boss, Mrs. Wang. She reveals that Watabe is still alive and did not sacrifice himself to save Mr. Lu, but is actually a Japanese spy responsible for the deaths of his family members and captured her as a slave in his basement. Given this new revelation, Mr. Lu takes Mrs. Wang to the war camp where Watabe is held to finally make him pay for his sins. Trailer +credits to movieXclusive+
  16. Genre: Horror/ComedyDirector: Chiu Sin Hang, Anthony YanCast: Babyjohn Choi, Lin Min-Chen, Chin Siu Ho, Richard Ng, Susan Shaw, Lo Mang, Bondy Chiu, Yuen Cheung-Yan Released: 16 March 2017 Synopsis: Vampire has been haunting in Hong Kong for centuries. Hiding in thiscity, there is an official special action unit coping with the vampire -Vampire Cleanup Department (VCD). The street cleaners in midnight are the vampire hunters. Giant garbage bins contain the captured vampire. The ordinary garbage station is their secret headquarter! A nerdy geek Tim Cheung (BabyJohn Choi) is accidentally rescued by VCD. The department advisor Uncle Chung (Ng Yiu-Hon) discovers his immunity against the vampire toxin. Owing to his unlimited potential, Team Captain Chau (Chin Siu-Ho), Magic Maoshan-taoist Ginger (Yuen Cheung-Yan), technical support specialist M (Bondy Chiu), weapon expert Kui (Law Mon) teach him all their knowledge and skills, in order to turn him into the next Vampire Hunter! However, in an action, Tim feels sympathy for a pretty lady vampire called Summer, he violates the command and lives with her, which trigger the attack from the Vampire King… Trailer +credits to movieXclusive+
  17. Genre: Action/ThrillerDirector: Herman YauCast: Andy Lau, Jiang Wu, Ron Ng, Babyjohn Choi, Audrey Song Jia, Philip Keung, Liu Kai Chi, Felix Wong, Louis Cheung, Tony Ho, Shek Sau, Felix Lok, Vincent Wan, Michael Tong Released: 20 April 2017 Synopsis: Cheung Choi-san (Andy Lau) is a senior inspector of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Bureau (EOD). Seven years ago, he went undercover and became the protégé of Hung Kai-pang (Jiang Wu), a top wanted criminal specializing in bombs. Cheung successfully disintegrated Hung's criminal gang, but during the operation, Hung manages to escape while his younger brother and allies were captured. To seek revenge for Cheung's betrayal, Hung comes back seven years later and prepares to plant a series bombs in Hong Kong, which creates public panic, and lures Cheung out for action to unfold an ultimate plan for revenge. Trailer +credits to movieXclusive+
  18. I agree with Cadburyho, Stephanie is small in stature yet large in voices.
  19. Only just got to watch this, though its a weird one and defintely for simon yam fans.
  20. thanks for all the updates
  21. Simon Yam? never watch this movie before. Perhaps it never posted !
  22. I agree, she is much more prettier with long hair than with short hair.
  23. Watched it and it was a great movie. Wonder if they are going to make a fourth film?
  24. Source: ejinsight While the government has proposed amending existing laws to prohibit the sale of alcoholic drinks to people under 18 years old, minors have no trouble buying them from retail outlets, the Hong Kong Economic Journal reports, citing the findings of a survey. Currently, Hong Kong has no legislation banning the sale and supply of liquor to minors, although some businesses voluntarily restrict such sales. A survey on drinking habits, jointly conducted by the New Century Forum and Sha Tin District Councilor Scarlett Pong Oi-lan from late March to mid-April this year, reveals that more than half of the 1,025 local respondents admitted having drunk alcohol before reaching the legal age of 18. The percentage of respondents under the age 18 who have had alcohol every day during the past month has risen from zero in 2015 to 50 percent this year, Sing Tao Daily reported, citing the same survey. The percentage of minors who have had over five glasses of wine in the past month has also risen from 25 percent to 81.8 percent during the period, the newspaper said. Pong’s team sent two six-year-old boys and a 15-year-old girl to 14 convenience stores and supermarkets in Sha Tin to find out whether they could buy alcoholic drinks. Results showed that only a few stores refused to sell alcohol to them, with the 15-year-old girl having been able to buy liquor in all the stores and the two six-year-olds having succeeded at 11 sites. The success rate was almost 90 percent, which was much higher than the results from the previous two years, and the minors were never asked why they were buying alcohol. Describing the results as “outrageous”, Pong lamented that the children who participated in this year’s inspections were the youngest ever to help the team. She also said most stores do not provide enough training to their workers and voluntary restrictions on the sale of alcohol to minors are almost non-existent. As such, enacting legislation to ban the practice is necessary to protect the youth from the harmful effects of drinking alcohol, she said. For the law to become an effective deterrent, penalties for violation should include stiff fines and even jail terms, she added. Pong also noted that the packaging and marketing of alcoholic drinks are becoming more geared toward the young.
  25. Source: Asian E-News Portal/MingPao Hong Kong's first 5D musical "The Storm Show" starring Kevin Cheng, Michael Tse, Ray Lui, Patrick Tam, Wayne Lai and Lawrence Cheng had the last performance on 16 April. On the day of the last performance, the cast attended the blessing ceremony at Hong Kong Coliseum at noon. They prayed for smooth performance and it attracted many fans. They took photos with the poster and returned to the back stage for preparation. Kevin took photos with Michael after changing into the costume and revealed that they will be continuing the stage play in Foshan: "Who knows if the show was successful or not after the performance in Hong Kong tonight? Let's continue "The Storm Show" in Foshan on 13 May!"
  26. the first song i listen to his song is the 0 "ling" very rock and nice song man....
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