Friday, September 14, 2012


Paco Wong, Alex Fong Lik Sun
Irene Wan
Wai Ying Hung
Yumiko Cheng, Sherman Chung

Bonnie Xian
Leo Ku, Cally Kwong
Nick Cheung
Vincy Chan, Michelle Wai
Even Ge You who is afraid to fly makes an appearance
Chapman To, Feng Xiaogang
Andrew Lau
Albert Yeung, Wang Leehom
Cathy Tsui
Carina Lau
Lynn Xiong

Albert Yeung
Jackie Chan, Ng Yu
Zhao Benshan
Donnie Yen
Pauline Tsui
Wang Xueqi
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Carina Lau
Casino King Stanley Ho, 4th wife Angela Leong and son 

Albert Yeung, Li Ka-Shing
Martin Lee, Lee Siu Gei, Cathy Tsui
Ng Yu (right) grasps the opportunity for a photo with Hung Sin Nui
Christy Chung
Paulyn Sun
Gillian Chung, Joey Yung, Charlene Choi
Raymond Lam, Mag Lam, Elaine Lok, Wong Cho Nam
Fan Bingbing
Nicholas Tse, Donnie Yen
Andy Lau
Connie Chan
Jennifer Tse, Andy Tien, Deborah Li
Timmy Hung and Sammo Hung
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Emperor Group celebrated its 70th anniversary at the Conventional Center last night, with 160 tables and over 2,000 guests from the political, business, and entertainment world. Aside from Emperor artists Nicholas Tse Ting Fung, Joey Yung Cho Yi, Leo Ku Kui Ke, Charlene Choi Cheuk Yin, Gillian Chung Yun Tung and Raymond Lam Fung, other guests included Jackie Chan, Andy Lau Tak Wa, Carina Lau Ka Ling, Sammo Hung Kam Bo, Cathy Tsui Chi Kei, Lee Siu Gei, Henry Tang Ying Yen, Tsang Hin Chi, Stanley Ho Hung Sun and Angela Leong On Ki. Guest performers included international superstar Paul Anka, Tsai Chin and French artist Franck Bouroullec. The evening began with a opening short film. Then group chair Albert Yeung Sau Sing and business administration director Alex Yeung Ching Lung gave speeches. Yeung Sau Sing said that the group would continue to explore Mainland and overseas markets and at the same time actively repay the community, in particular with senior hospice services in hopes of helping helpless seniors in the community and providing them with even better living environment. Then he and his wife led the executives in a toast to the guests.

Just returning from Hengdian, Lau Ka Ling admitted that she has heard on the radio about her husband being criticized online for taking a Japanese film 1905. Yet as far as she knew the film approached Wai Jai as early as 2009, but he did not have any room in his schedule. Now with the tension between China and Japan, the project would probably be postponed indefinitely. Was being an actor very helpless? Ka Ling said, "We have to have the patriotic spirit, we have to. We have to stand firm on the issue, have to fight to the end. However people should also help each other, love each other and live in harmony." She also said that she has been working in Hengdian everyday and did not pay attention to the Diaoyu Island news. In addition she was working on a costume series and had to return to the Tang Dynasty, she felt the anti Japan sentiment even less. Ka Ling iterated again that Wai Jai probably would not take the Japanese film role because THE GRANDMASTER (YUT DOI JUNG SI) was still in production. Did she know that Wai Jai has been called a traitor? She said, "That serious? (They even demanded an apology from Wai Jai online?) Then you should talk about it. I understand people of each age have different ability to accept. They should use intelligence to resolve the issue. However patriotism is a must, the sovereignty must be regained." Wai Jai's management company Jet Tone said that the Japanese film has begun negotiation with Wai Jai since 2009 but did not have a script. Thus so far Wai Jai still has not signed a contract with the film company.

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