Friday, January 17, 2014


Fat Gor takes a selfie with students
Best. Picture. Ever.
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Yesterday Chow Yun Fat and his wife Jasmine Tan headed to Beijing to promote his films FROM VEGAS TO MACAU (DOH SING FUNG WON) and THE MONKEY KING (SAI YAU GEI ji DAI LAU TIN GUNG) for 3 days. In a cap and sunglasses Fat Gor after arriving at the airport had a friendly chat with reporters and left the check in to Fat Soh. Speaking of the PAG presidential candidate Anthony Wong Chau Sun earlier lying on the ground and pretended to be in seizure after being turned away, Fat Gor admitted that he tightly followed the coverage and joked, "He has always been so extreme. (Too extreme?) It's no big deal, the most important is achieving his goal." As for Chau Sun being turned away, he felt that everyone might not be too clear about the process. "Some people might follow the rules exactly, some people might feel they can be admitted at anytime."

At the time Chau Sun said, "I don't believe that if Chow Yun Fat hasn't paid the dues, you would tell him to fill out the form on the trash can!" Fat Gor said, "Then I would have to ask about the guild admission process before, first I would have to be approved before I would be admitted. Then it wouldn't be enough time. I don't know how many members have to approve for admission. Then they are right, all the ground stomping is useless because you don't qualify yet! (Chau Sun felt he was is respected?) He was a little exaggerated too. (Do you support his presidency?) If he can help artists getting benefits, it doesn't matter how runs. He should have the ability to."

Yesterday unable to attend Sir Run Run Shaw's memorial event, he said that if he would have the chance he would pay his respects at Uncle Six's grave. "His film and television kingdoms were all Uncle Six founded single handedly, everything is in the heart." Fans asked Fat Gor for photos and he did not turn anyone away for selfies. Before entering the gate, a group of students discovered Fat Gor. Fat Gor suddenly turned around for a group photo and even attentively organized everyone's positions. He was very friendly.

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