The reunion of "Five Tigers", Leo Ku is calling for Ho Yuen Hang

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    Source: Asian E-News Portal/Ming Pao



    Does anyone remember the 1995 TVB's "Five tigers " namely Louis Koo, Leo Ku, Hawick Lau, Carlo Ng and Ho Yuen Hang? At that time, they were very young. Now everyone has their own developments. Leo, Hawick and Carlo are already married while Louis is the president of  Hong Kong Performing Artistes Guild, and Yuen Hang is currently dating Rain Lee.

    Despite their busy schedules, they continue to meet up with each other. Six days ago on Instagram, Leo shared photo of himself with Leo, Louis, Hawick and Carlo and left a message: "Four tigers reunion after 24 years! Calling for Ho Yuen Hang!"

    Louis uploaded photo as well and said: "The five tigers at that time and today is the first reunion after 24 years! It is definitely happy news in dog year!" We suppose everyone is looking forward to seeing the reunion again.

    Charmaine Sheh looks forward to working with the cast team of "When Heaven Burns" series again

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    Source : Asian E-News Portal/ Ming Pao 




    Charmaine Sheh attended a promotion activity on 28 February . She revealed that she will be working with the cast team of "When Heaven Burns" series again  as a new web series. Charmaine will be acting as a lawyer and working with Moses Chan and Kenny Wong. "It has been 6 years since I work with Jonathan Chik and I am looking forward to filming it. (The film " Agent Mr Chan" is achieving excellent box office, 40 million?) Very thankful to Dayo and we will be holding a celebration banquet in a few days time."

    Woman and son, 9, found dead in murder-suicide after husband kills himself

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    Source: SCMP/



    A woman whose husband killed himself last month was found dead along with her nine-year-old son on Tuesday in what police said was a murder-suicide. 

    Au Wai-man, 45, and her son were found dead from inhaling charcoal fumes in a car on a Sha Tin street. Police said Au was devastated by the death of her husband. Her husband, Hung Ka-kit, 41, who ran a logistic company in Fo Tan, died on January 8 after he hanged himself in his office. Police said he ended his life because his business was failing. 

    “The woman left several will notes to her relatives and friends at home, saying she missed her late husband very much and indicating that she had suicidal tendency to end her life with her [only] son,” a police source said.

    The Post understands that after her husband’s death, relatives had offered her emotional support and help but she was inconsolable. Au and her son, a Primary Five student at a Kowloon West school, were last seen on Sunday night when they had dinner with relatives.

    Au’s mother became worried about her daughter and grandson on Monday when she hadn’t heard from Au. She went to the family’s home in Che Ha Tsuen off Sai Sha Road in Ma On Shan at about 11pm, but no one was inside the village house. Au’s mother found the suicide notes and made an emergency call to 999. Police immediately launched a citywide search for the pair. Soon before 2am on Tuesday, Au and her son were found unconscious on board a seven-seater car stopped in On Yiu Street, Sha Tin. Officers found a pot of charcoal ashes in the vehicle’s rear passenger seat.

    Chief Inspector Siu Man-hon of Sha Tin police district said the mother and son were certified dead by paramedics at the scene and initial investigation showed the pair died from inhaling excess carbon monoxide. He said initial examination showed the pair had been dead for about 12 hours. A security camera footage indicated Au left her Ma On Shan home with her son in the car at about 1.30am on Monday, according to the source. He said an autopsy would be carried out to determine whether the boy was drugged before the charcoal was set alight.

    Former actress known as ‘Baby Queen’ found dead at home

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    Source: Coconuts HK/Appledaily/Youtube






    Once dubbed the “Baby Queen” of Hong Kong’s famed Shaw Brothers Studio, former actress Li Ching was found dead in her small Quarry Bay apartment, where her body had reportedly lain for days.

    According to Apple Daily, 

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     on February 22 from residents living in the Hoi Kwong Court apartment block on Hoi Kwong Street that there was a foul smell in their building. When firefighters broke into one of the apartment, they found the body of former actress Li Ching. She was 69-years-old and lived alone. According to the newspaper, officers found nothing suspicious and are trying to contact her family.

    Born in Shanghai in 1948 as Li Guoying, Li was raised in Hong Kong and — against the wishes of her parents — joined Shaw Brothers, Hong Kong’s then-largest film production company, when she was just 15 years old. She started acting in films in 1964, and is most well-known for her starring role in the 1965 film 

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    , a Chinese opera film about a scholar who falls in love with a human girl played by Li and a carp that takes on human form, also played by Li. She went on to win the award for Best Actress at the 12th Asian Film Festival for her performance, earning the nickname “Baby Queen” of Shaw Brothers. She was 17 at the time. In a career that spanned 19 years, she appeared in more than 60 movies, winning over audiences with performances in films like Susanna, Hong Kong Rhapsody, and The Merry Wife.

    According to Apple Daily, at one point she lived in a luxurious home on the Peak that was more than 1,000 square feet and even had a personal chauffeur. But tragedy struck in 1979 when her boyfriend of 10 years passed away, and again when her mother died of illness in 1983. Shortly after her mother’s death, Li announced she would retire as an actress. Apple Daily reported that the luxurious flat on the Peak was later sold and Li went on to live a life in quiet obscurity.

    ‘The Monkey King 3’ Leads China Box Office on Valentine’s Day

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    Source: ChinaFilmInsider/Youtube

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    The Monkey King 3: The Kingdom of Women topped Valentine’s Day box office with its nationwide preview screenings. The film raked in 180 million yuan ($28.4 million), which makes up two-thirds of yesterday’s total ticket sales. As one of the most anticipated Chinese New Year films, The Monkey King 3  has officially opened across China on February 16. Currently, the film has received 7.5/10 on review site Douban, a relatively mediocre score. It’s predicted that its total box office is unlikely to exceed 1 billion yuan ($157.5 million). The cast of The Monkey King 3 : Aaron Kwok as The Monkey King, William Feng as Tang Seng, Zanilia Zhoa as  Queen of Women's Kingdom, Chi Ling Lin as River Goddess, Gigi Leung as Minister of Women's Kingdom, and Him Law as Sha Wu Jing. 

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