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Richie Jen (Yam Yin Chai)
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Louis Koo Tin Lok
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Louis Koo Tin Lok, Richie Jen (Yam Yin Chai) and Michelle Ye (Yip Shuen) two nights ago flew to the Venice Film Festival. Yip Shuen even cut her hair in hopes that her new hairstyle will bring her good luck and be able to bring home an award with the film ACCIDENT (YI OI). Leon Lai Ming was revealed as secretly married. When asked whether she celebrated with Lai Ming, at first she said that they would celebrate when she returned to Hong Kong, then she said that celebration would be for her new film FOR LUNG (FIRE DRAGON)'s shoot wrap and that the new marriage had to wait for a private conversation. However she already congratulated him. As for whether she will announce her marriage, she hoped that the new hairstyle will be able to bring new romance.
After several nights of film shoot Siu Chai was very tired but was confident that he will return with an award. As for Andy Lau Tak Wa's latest news, Siu Chai only read the headlines. Siu Chai said that he was not at liberty to comment on Wa Jai being called "Lying Heavenly King". With two children, Siu Chai still has not registered with girlfriend Tina. Will he announce his marriage? He said that he was very tired and did not know how to answer. Was he already married? He immediately said no comment.
Goo Jai's former rumored girlfriend Miriam Yeung Chin Wa was married. Did he congratulate her? He honestly said that he sent a text message to her because marriage was a happy event. Reportedly Chin Wa was pregnant, he asked the reporters if it was true and said that he did not know. As for Wa Jai's latest news, Goo Jai expressed that he did not read the paper and only heard people talked about it on the set. As for Wa Jai being called "Lying Heavenly King", did he feel that it would affect Wa Jai's image? He said, "Give him time to rest, I won't respond to other people's matter. (Will you announce your marriage?) I won't respond about personal matter."
When Siu Chai got on the plane, reportedly Siu Chai's Taipei home was burglarized. Siu Chai only received the news upon landing and immediately called his parents. Siu Chai pointed out that actually his parents' home was broken into. His parents rushed back to Taipei and for now had no idea how much was stolen and lost. The home was under Siu Chai's name. He bought it with the money that he made early in his career. Every time he returned to Taiwan, his parents came from their hometown to Taipei to live with Siu Chai in that area so they could meet conveniently. Earlier when they came to Taipei, their old home was broken into through the air conditioner. Luckily they were not at home, at least they were safe. Last time they lost several tens of thousands. He pointed out that old people liked to hide money at home so thieves had their eyes on them. Siu Chai thanked everyone for their concern and his parents were safe so he was at ease. He pointed out that "family" was the most valuable thing in life, as he could make money and material back again.