Tavia Yeung wears 15 carat diamond jewellery to film wedding scene with Roger Kwok

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    Source: Asian E-News Portal/Ming Pao

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    Tavia Yeung and Roger Kwok wore wedding gown and suit to film the wedding banquet for "Threshold Again" series on 24 November. Tavia dressed up sexily with real expensive diamond jewellery of 15 carats including a 4-carat diamond ring on her finger. They praised the production team as "very professional". Roger said: "I have to get married once per year due to filming series and it is very realistic this time. (Any intimate scene with Tavia?) Initially yes but it was removed due to the sexual limit." Tavia said: "The company is not considered strict and it is fine that I am wearing a sexy wedding gown today."


    TVB Star Awards Malaysia: Michael Mui and Jessica Hsuan were awarded "TV King and Queen"

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    Source: Ming Pao/China Press

    TVB Star Awards Malaysia 2017 was held last night. Michael Mui won the "TV King" award for his role in "Line Wakerer 2" and Jessica Hsuan won the "TV Queen" award for her role in "My Unfair Lady ".

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    Winners list:

    My favourite TVB drama:                     Legal Mavericks 

    My favourite TVB actor:                       Michael Mui (Line Walker 2)

    My favourite TVB actress:                   Jessica Hsuen (My Unfair Lady) 

    My favourite TVB supporting actor:     Joel Chan (The Unholy Alliance)

    My favourite TVB supporting actress:  Elaine Yiu (The Unholy Alliance)

    My favourite TVB on- screen couple:    Ruco Chan and Nancy Wu (The Unholy Alliance)

    The most improved actor:                     Matthew Ho

    The most improved female actress:     Zoie Tam

    My favourite TVB variety host:             Maria Corero 

    My favourite TVB variety programme:  The Sisterhood Traveling Gang O

    My favourite TVB drama theme Song:   My Unfair Lady         

    My favourite TVB characters: 

    Edwin Siu, Raymond Cho, Kristal Tin, Rebecca Chu, Michael Mui, Benjamin Yuen, Priscilla Wong, Ruco Chan, Nancy Wu, Jessica Hsuen, Lai Lok-yi, Natalie Tong, Samantha Ko, Vincent Wong, Ali Li, Sisley Choi and Ben Wong.      


    Man accused of murdering girlfriend and wrapping her in mattress appears in court

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    Source: Coconuts HK/Appledaily

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    A Pakistani man in his 30s suspected of killing his Indonesian girlfriend, whose body was found wrapped in a mattress, has appeared in the High Court today charged with her murder and preventing the lawful burial of her body.

    Wiji Astutik Supardi’s body was found outside a store on the sidewalk on Chang Sha Road in Mong Kok in June 2015. The mattress her body was in was blocking a shop front, and the alarm was sounded after the owner pushed the mattress aside and saw a hand fall out.

    Supardi’s boyfriend Wahaj Fyaz was arrested shortly afterwards when police cornered him in a women’s bathroom at the beach in Tuen Mun, hk01reported. The prosecution today told the court that Fyaz 

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    , and that he assaulted, and kicked, her down a stairwell. A forensic examination found many bruises, cuts, and multiple fractures on her ribs, as well as traces of ice.

    Discussing the case in court today, the experts who examined the body said they did not believe the injuries on the deceased were caused by falling down the stairs, adding that some were likely caused by physical violence.


    Elderly man fatally stabbed after argument with another elderly man over ‘radio noise’

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    A fight between two septuagenarians over a noisy radio has left one of the two elderly gentlemen dead, according to reports.

    The 73-year-old victim was stabbed 

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     about 3pm, the SCMP reported. Taken to the Prince of Wales Hospital, he was ruled dead at about 5pm.

    His alleged attacker, 77, has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is being questioned. He also has injuries — to his neck and mouth — and was 

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    , the Standard reported.

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    Boy, 12, arrested after punching boy so hard his glasses broke

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    Source: Coconuts HK/Appledaily/Youtube

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    A schoolyard football match turned nasty this week, with a 12-year-old boy arrested following a post-game brawl that left another competitor needing 20 stitches near his right eye. The incident took place on a football pitch at King George V School, an international secondary school in Ho Man Tin in Kowloon on Tuesday.

    According to Apple Daily, the victim, a

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    , was punched in the face after his side won the match, with the blow breaking his glasses. Yeung had to be sent to Queen Elizabeth hospital to have fragments of his glasses removed from his face. His parents called the police two days later after learning that the school had not alerted the authorities. According the the newspaper, a 12-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of wounding.

    A spokesperson from the English Schools Foundation – the organization that runs the King George V School – confirmed that the incident took place on the school’s premises, and that they were cooperating with authorities. According to Apple Daily, this is the second time in two days that a young student has been arrested; an 11-year-old student from Emmanuel Primary School in Tsuen Wan was arrested on suspicion of assault on Wednesday for reportedly pushing another student so hard that he started bleeding after hitting his head. The newspaper reported that the child lashed out because he was called names.


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