Gillian Chung and Charlene Choi kissed each other again during the concert

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    Source: Asian E-News Portal/MingPao

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    Twins has held the world tour concert for 15 rounds and choose to hold the concert on "520" day in Guangzhou. Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung feltl happy and touched that Twins are still around after 16 years.  They were in tears when singing the song " Our Love - Sixth Anniversary"  on stage. They kissed each other again and hoped to have another 16 years together.

    Charlene says emotionally: "Gillian, I know you for 17 years and we are working together for 16 years. Thank you for accompanying me all along and I love you!" Gillian says while trying to hold back her tears: "You change me from black and white colour to colourful life. I feel more happy and start to become talkative and smile a lot. I really love you a lot!"
     


    21 contractor employees held for falsifying concrete tests

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    Source: ejinsight/Appledaily/Youtube

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    Craft investigators have arrested 21 employees of a civil engineering contractor for allegedly falsifying concrete compression test reports on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge project.

    The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) is holding the group, aged between 20 and 59, under custody, the Hong Kong Economic Journal reports. ICAC investigations found that some of the tests were not conducted within the set time frame in breach of contract requirements. Sources said the contractor might have altered the dates on the testing equipment to make it appear the concrete was fully tested for strength. The investigation stemmed from a complaint to the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD).

    A spokesperson for the government said it is unable to to obtain information about the relevant portions of the affected works as investigations are under way. However, he said the the Highways Department has completed comprehensive inspections of the bridge to ensure that the strength of concrete meets the contract requirements.

    The inspections will continue in the next three weeks. The government is scheduled to give details at a press conference on Thursday. Secretary for Development Eric Ma said any reconstruction will depend on the severity of the falsified test results. Ma did not say whether the incident will delay the opening of the bridge.

    In January 2013, the CEDD engaged the contractor to conduct compression tests on samples of concrete to be used in the bridge project. The tests for each sample were to be carried out within a set time frame and all samples were required to pass the test.

     

    Charlene Choi gets to film movie with Anthony Wong: It is a rare opportunity

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    Source: Asian E-News Portal/MingPao

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    Charlene Choi is filming the movie " 77 Heartbreaks" with movie king and queen, Anthony Wong and Kara Hui.  It seems sparks flying in all directions on set. In the movie, Anthony acts as Charlene's mentor who specialises in dealing divorce cases. He breaks down in front of her when his wife wants to divorce him. Kara acts as Charlene's mother and both have crying scene together as losing their loved ones. Charlene says: "I admire Kara's acting skills all along and she guides me into acting my role character." Kara also praises Charlene who shows improvements in her acting skills.


    Another male lead, Pakho Chau has to face two veterans Paulyn Sun and Lawrence Cheng, who acts as his foster mother and Charlene's father respectively in the movie. Pakho Chau expresses it is a rare opportunity that he can scold Lawrence Cheng in the movie but he is extremely respectful to the elderly in reality.
     


    Woman finds missing fiancé dead in Hung Hom after tracking his phone GPS

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    Source: Coconuts HK/On.cc/Youtube

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    A  Hong Kong woman found her missing husband-to-be dead in the early hours of today after tracking his phone’s GPS location to a spot near Hung Hom Pier.

    The woman, surnamed Chan, and her 35-year-old boyfriend, surnamed Chung, were supposed to meet up at around 6pm yesterday. When Chan called her fiancé but failed to receive an answer, she initially thought Chung was busy at work, Oriental Daily

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    However, six hours later, she became worried upon not receiving a response from Chung, and tracked his phone’s GPS location to Hung Hom Pier at around 12am. She found the 35-year-old unconscious in the driver’s seat of his parked car and called emergency services.

    Chung was rushed to the hospital but declared dead shortly afterwards. The 35-year-old reportedly had a congenital heart disease, and had undergone surgery to correct it as a child. Police have said they are not ruling out that Chung’s death was related to his disease; a cause of death will be determined pending an autopsy.

    Oriental Daily reports that a couple and their young son passed by Chung’s car twice yesterday — at 6pm and 9pm — and saw him unconscious inside the vehicle, but thought he was taking a nap. The couple returned to the scene at 1am out of curiosity and apparently blamed themselves for not calling the police.  A police investigation is underway.


    School teacher becomes first HK woman to conquer Everest

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    Ada Tsang stands on the peak of Mount Everest on her third attempt to conquer the Himalayas. Photo: Facebook/lessonon8848.44m

     

    A school teacher in her thirties has become the first Hong Kong woman to conquer Mount Everest. Ada Tsang reached the Himalayan peak after two failed attempts in 2014 and 2015,  the Hong Kong Economic Journal reports. 

    Tsang stood at the peak, 8,848 meters above sea level, at 6 a.m. on Sunday, fulfilling her dream to become the first woman from Hong Kong to achieve the feat. Hong Kong netizens left congratulatory messages on Tsang’s Facebook page, which was set up by her students in the CUHKFAA Chan Chun Ha Secondary School in Ma On Shan

    Tsang’s first attempt in 2014 was disrupted by an avalanche that killed some of her teammates. It forced the Nepal government to suspend expeditions. She tried again in 2015, only to come across a magnitude 7.9 earthquake that left her seriously injured. Last month, she quit her job to prepare for her third attempt. This time, her trek was temporarily hindered by an avalanche after she arrived in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, on April 13. But she and her teammates set out on their expedition on Thursday and reached the summit three days later, according to Apple Daily.

    According to Tsang’s sister, the team had to battle extremely adverse weather conditions. Four team members gave up in the process due to altitude sickness. Also reaching the top with her were Elton Ng Chun-ting, a Hong Kong physiotherapist, and mainland expert climber Zhang Jianguo.

    They are expected to return to their camp on Tuesday, which is another challenge.

     

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