Thursday, October 7, 2010

10.7.2010 - News

Shawn Dou Xiao, Zhang Yimou, Zhou Dongyu
Zhang Yimou's Under the Hawthorn Tree opened the 15th Pusan International Film Festival

Winter Vacation, The High Life, Seven Days in Heaven, Cold Fish, Crossing the Mountain, Pinoy Sunday, Red Dragonflies, The Drunkard, R U There?
The Fourth Portrait, I Wish I Knew, Sandcastle, Single Man, et al

Buddha reunites Li with Lost's leading actress Fan Bingbing, starring alongside Sylvia Chang and Berlin Chen.

The Taiwan film "When Love Comes," directed by Chang Tso-chi, stands out in the film list with 14 nominations, including Best Feature Film, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best New Performer, and Best Original Screenplay to name a few.

Jennifer Zhang is the producer of the YouTube film Street Fighter High and the recently-released sequel, Street Fighter High: The Musical.

Karen Mok, at a recent promotional event, said she would like to reprise her Skeleton Demon role in Stephen Chow's New Journey to the West.

And if you see him, be sure to wish Edison a happy birthday!

Charlene Choi

Charlene plays an OL (office lady) in her latest music MV

Gillian Chung at an event at Times Square wearing a skirt that looks like a Tiffany's lamp shade

(Oct. 5) Charlie Young attending a reception to raise funds for the Hong Kong Cancer Fund

Karen Mok with Astrid Chan and Daniel Chan on UNICEF goodwill tour (Sept.30)

Travelling to the hinterlands in Chengdu for UNICEF, Karen Mok reveals an essential "magic portable toilet". :D

Jennifer Tse
Jennifer Tse Ting-Ting kicks off a 'Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF' campaign at Harbour City.
The kids look sceptical :D

My love life isn't traumatic, says Rainie Yang
It was the Taiwanese pop star's difficult love life that landed her a plum role in the latest Pang brother's horror flick.

1 comment:

Walter said...

"CRI: Edison Chen Releases New Album
And if you see him, be sure to wish Edison a happy birthday!"

Nah... if I see him, I'll tell him to either encrypt all of the photos on his PC's internal hard disk or store them on an external removeable drive (and encrypt them there). I used to work at a PC shop and the service people are always going through people's PCs (to obviously remove viruses, conflicting software, etc...).

Here's one of the ads I saw in HK's Chek Lap Kok airport with Karen Mok on it.
Karen Mok