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Tuesday June 19, 2012 MYT 12:00:00 AM
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HONG KONG superstar Andy Lau's daughter looks more like his Malaysian wife Carol Chu, reported Guang Ming Daily.
It reported that the baby girl had big eyes and had inherited her mother's facial features.
It also reported that the 50-year-old singer-actor hoped to have another child.
The daily also reported that Lau named their daughter Xiang Hui not Yun Shan or “Gentle Cloud” as reported earlier.
The news report did not explain the meaning of her name.
According to a fortune-teller, the name would bring good luck to Chu.
> The daily also reported that an eight-year-old girl was nearly molested by a neighbour in Taiping at about 7pm on Saturday.
The girl was walking with her dog outside her house when the man approached her with some candy.
The man tried to convince the girl to go into the house with him but when she refused, he dragged her in. The man told the girl to take off her pants but she managed to escape.
The girl told her family members about the incident and a police report was lodged.
Police detained a man in his 30s to help in investigations.
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