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|Ekin Cheng experiences THE MUMMY in MX4D
|Michelle Wai has spent over HK$ 10,000 on removing skin blemishes.
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Dior Cheng Yi Kin yesterday was a special guest at the first MX4D motion cinema opening in Hong Kong. Other attendees included Michelle Wai Sze Nga, Carrie Ng Ka Lai, Mak Ling Ling, Jacquelin Chong Sze Man and Lisa Ch'ng Sze Ming. Ekin said that the MX4D motion cinema was a lot of fun. "It sprays water, you have to lower your head and lift your legs. You also feel like someone's poking you in the back."
Ekin said that normally he would go to the movies at the early show or the 7PM show, when fewer people would attend and he would not have to disguise himself. He said that he very rarely watched his own movies, because making movies was work and watching movie was his interest. He likes to watch science fiction films, his wife Yoyo Mung Ka Wai does too.
Ekin revealed that recently he has been busy with the Chin Kar Lok directed, Eric Tsang Chi Wai produced film with Jordan Chan Siu Chun and Jerry Lamb Hiu Fung. The production already started in March. They have been to Japan and Prague for location shoots. Lately he got a break due to location change. Ekin revealed that while shooting an action scene in Prague he aggravated his old shoulder wound. "I injured my left shoulder, this was already the third time. New injury in addition to the old wound, I had problems with the tendon and the bone. I saw the bone doctor, Chinese medicine practitioner and a doctor. Blood letting was required. The first time when I went to the doctor my arm had to be in a sling for two months. At the time I couldn't bathe." Did his wife have to feed him? He said, "I was much better when I got back. (Did she make soup for you?) No!" Ekin also said that although no surgery was needed, it was dislocated and had to be adjusted. Would he make another action films? He said that in mid July he will resume work, so he would rest until then.
Wai Sze Nga had a bandage over her left lip. She explained that she had a mark removed before the event. It was already her third, as she spent over HK$ 10,000 in total. The doctor said that she was the first patient to have three removal procedures. Was she worried about skin cancer? She said, "I didn't think about it, now that I hear it I am a little worried. It probably isn't."