September 27th, 2012


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Ekin Cheng and Charlene Choi in promos for their new film MY SASSY HUBBY


Welcome to the weekly free forum post. 
Here you'll find the week's Top 5 News Stories, any comm announcements
and a list of celeb birthdays for the week.  This is also an anything-goes post
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Interview with Tony Leung

TVB stars in compromising position

Hebe's bodyguard beats up fan

SOP Queen to air in October in Taiwan

Aaron Kwok's horse wins its first race


Chinese author, blogger and race car driver Han Han turning 30 on September 23rd. ☆*:.。. o☆*:.。. o

Hong Kong actress Rosamund Kwan turning 50 on September 24th

Singaporean actress Rebecca Lim turning 26 on September 26th

Hong Kong actress Sherman Tang turning 29 on September 27th

Hong Kong actor and singer Andy Lau turning 51 on September 27th

Chinese actor Li Yapeng turning 41 on September 27th.

Taiwanese actress Ady An turning 32 on September 29th

If there are any birthdays not mentioned here between Sept.23rd and Sept 29th, please let us know in the comments.
Laure Shang Wenjie

Like flower, like fog finds romance in France

The author of "Huan Zhu Ge Ge" and "Romance in the Rain" films romance in the most romantic country of them all

The queen of romance sets her latest series in the most romantic country – France.  With her favorite casts that include both old-timers Ruby Lin and Wan Qian and new favorites Li Sheng, Zhang Rui, Gao Ziqi and Medina, as well as a few new Qiong Yao artists Han Chengyu, Joo Jin-mo, Deng Lun and Yang  Zi,  “Like flowers like fog 花非花,雾非雾”  is the latest work from author Qiong Yao.   With an emphasis on art and focusing on art students,  France seemed like the perfect setting for the film.  Following coverage by the French press, including Le Telegramme and TF1, Qiong Yao decided to celebrate by releasing stills of the series.
source: cfensi
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