Dec
06
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Accusations against director Doze Niu (鈕承澤) sexually assaulting a female crew member shook the Taiwanese entertainment industry today. However, insiders familiar with the 52-year-old director’s habits were not surprised, as he has a history of using his position of power to take advantage of women. Actresses, Christine Ke (柯奐如), Janine Chang (張鈞甯), and Shu Qi (舒淇) were also past victims. Born in a wealthy family, Doze started acting when he was...
Dec
05
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Fifty-two-year-old Taiwanese director, Doze Niu (鈕承澤), has recently been accused of sexually assaulting a female crew member. Best known for the critically-acclaimed movie Monga <艋舺> starring Ethan Ruan (阮經天), Doze brutally assaulted the victim, nicknamed “Xiaomei” (小美), in his home. The situation started with Doze cancelling a scheduled meeting with the filming crew due to illness. Afterwards, he sent a message to Xiaomei’s...
Dec
04
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In the blink of an eye, Sean Lau (劉青雲) and Amy Kwok (郭藹明) are already celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary. Having met on the set of The Greed of Man <大時代> in 1992, the couple has been inseparable since – eventually tying the knot after six years of dating. Their status as Hong Kong’s model couple is undeniable, as they are known for their loving relationship. To celebrate 20 years of marriage, they will have dinner with...
Dec
04
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Despite gaining positive attention for his role in TVB legal drama OMG, Your Honour <是咁的,法官閣下>, Hugo Wong‘s (黃子恆) love life hit a scandalous note. The 36-year-old actor was accused of sleeping with his fan and refusing to be responsible for her pregnancy. Rumored to be third wheel in Hiromi Wada’s (裕美) marriage two years ago, Hugo picked himself up from the mess and started focusing on filming. Since then, he was given many...
Dec
03
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TVB’s legal drama OMG, Your Honour <是咁的,法官閣下> finished broadcasting last Friday. Although the series fared a disappointing 23.1 points for episodes 11 through 15, it was one of the company’s highest quality dramas of the year. Its storyline notably encompassed a lot of true Hong Kong events, and the plot was relatable and strayed from the usual formula for legal dramas. For one, the lawyers in TVB’s past legal series typically have...