Thursday, February 28, 2013


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Chapman To, Pang Ho Cheung
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Mainland art critic Jia Xuanning criticized Hong Kong film VULGARIA (DAI JOOK HEI KET) as garbage entertainment and Mainlander discrimination, which made the movie hot again. Lead actor Chapman To Man Jat suggested a return engagement. Yesterday he and director Pang Ho Cheung announced two charity screenings on Saturday at the Amoy Cine Art cinema, the proceeds will be donated to the Mental Health Foundation to benefit the Hong Kong mental patients.

Pang Ho Cheung said, "I have always been concerned about the mental health issue. After discussing with To Man Jat, if the response will be enthusiastic we will consider additional screenings." To Man Jat on social network sites urged fans to do something for charity. "Hong Kong people who want more than a moral victory, hurry up and buy tickets! Pang Ho Cheung and I will appear in person for audience appreciation!" Over 8,000 people liked the post.

To Man Jat also did not forget about "Ms. Jia". Speaking of her failed beauty pageant bid, To Man Jat said, "Ms. Jia, don't give up! Last time you lost at the Miss Chinese International, I give you my narrow moral support! Try again to prove your Great China no retreat no surrender spirit!"

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