October 22nd, 2012


Arroy Shen dies from brain hemorrhage

Ex-Comic Boyz member Arroy Shen reportedly underwent a high-risk surgery to remove a blood clot in his brain recently.
He was said to be in a coma after the operation due to a lack of oxygen in his brain.

In an unfortunate turn of events, the Taiwanese artiste suffered a right brain hemorrhage that led to acute renal failure. The 29-year-old was extubated (process of removing life support to allow a patient to die naturally and passed away at home last Friday.

Arroy's sudden passing was a great blow to his 86-year-old grandmother, whom he shared a close-knit relationship with. He once shared that he tattooed her name on his body and that he wanted to share the pain of her old-age illnesses.

"Everyone dies. I should go because I'm old. But he's so young. He doesn't deserve to go. I'm willing to die in my grandson's place," said Arroy's grandma, who was inconsolable.

Arroy's parents divorced shortly after he was born and he was placed under his grandma's care. His parents regarded him as a burden as they went on to form their new families; he was brought home by his father only at the age of seven.


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Sandra Ng celebrates her 30th year in the business with an award

Aaron Kwok Fu Sing and Sandra Ng Kwan Yu earlier attended the 34rd New York Chinese Film Festival. Two nights ago they even attended the China Night event. The Hong Kong actors received the Most Outstanding Asian Artist Awards. Sing Sing received the award from 5 time Emmy award winner Alan Alda and gave a speech in both Chinese and English. "I want to thank the event for present this award to me.

Thank you everyone for the approval and recognition. I hope to through this opportunity to thank every viewer for the support and love." Celebrating his birthday on the 26th, Sing Sing was very excited to receive this award and believed that it was one of his best birthday presents.

Kwan Yu received the award from the event chair Sid Ganis. She did not forget to be humorous in her speech. She said, "My last name is NG, but in my acting profession I have to remember no NG (no good: bad take). I have to come up with ways to be my best. 2012 is my 30th anniversary in the business, receiving this international award at this moment to me is especially meaningful.

Although I have a lot more I want to say, I believe everyone must be starving. I am too, so I won't say anymore!" Sing Sing and Kwan Yu congratulated each other back stage. Kwan Yu revealed that because she would be busy with her new film, she would fly back to Hong Kong in the middle of the night.