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1125enew15b1. Sharon Chan believes she is suitable for many jobs

Sharon Chan and other people attended the opening ceremony of a cosmetic shop as guests. Sharon’s performance in ‘Beneath the Charm’ has earned her a lot of advertisement job offers, but Sharon says she wants to be a mobile phone company’s spokesperson, she says, “I have been in quite a lot of advertisements since entering the entertainment circle and all my sponsors have given me many free products. But I have...
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The end of the year Metro Showbiz music awards has been planned to be held on December 25th. Yesterday a bunch of singers including Twins, Leo Ku, Joey Yung, Alex Fong, Miriam Yeung, Gigi Leung, Grasshoppers, Denise Hocc, Niki Chow, Toby Leung, Fiona Sit, and more attended the reporters function. They had a celeb voting of their favorite male and female singer and the results went to Eason Chan and Joey Yung. Leo Ku with 'Genius and Idiot' gets the Metro...
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BEIJING, Nov. 24 -- Hong Kong TV giant ATV has invited South Korea's hottest star Rain to join the broadcaster's heavyweight drama series, at the dear price of 3 million Hong Kong dollars.

The program, "Wonderful Sunset" will be set in Hong Kong's tourist attractions, aiming to promote the tourist industry in Hong Kong next year.

Besides the sky-high reward, Rain's very high standards of hotel, makeup, hair style and bodyguards are also packaged in the...
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November 28, 2005 ¤Ñ Just how big is the Korean Wave? As Asian fans swoon over Korean stars, the brand image of Korea has risen so much that exports have gotten a 27.5 trillion won ($26.4 billion) boost, according to government estimates. Meanwhile a recent survey by the Korea International Trade Association found that 76 percent of its members thought hanryu (Korean wave) celebrities had enhanced their companies' sales or image last year.
These in-demand celebrities ¡ªand their agents...
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BEIJING, Nov. 28 -- Action star Jackie Chan has a message for Asia's film industry: Unite against American movies or risk losing your culture.

Chan has starred in a string of Hollywood blockbusters, including "Rush Hour" and its sequel, and plans to start shooting "Rush Hour 3" soon.

But he told The Times of India that that such movies erode the culture of Asian countries, saying "Asians should unite against American cinema."

"Why do we need to ape...