Hong Kong actress Myolie Wu Hang-yee has invited her former boyfriend Bosco Wong to her wedding banquet on Dec 28. The 1999 Miss Hong Kong runner-up said she had sent a wedding invitation to Wong recently. Wu said her fiancé businessman Philip Lee did not mind her inviting Wong to their wedding, which is set to be held in Hong Kong. The 36-year-old actress broke up with Wong in 2012 after dating him for eight years.
> Model claims she was single when she started dating Cantopop star
Shanghai model Moka Fang Yuan denies that she had a boyfriend when she started dating Cantopop star Aaron Kwok. The 27-year-old model thanked Kwok for trusting and supporting her when there was speculation that she only broke up with her boyfriend after dating Kwok for three months. Fang said she was just a simple person and hoped the public could give her some privacy. The media had focused on Fang since the 50-year-old singer informed the public about their relationship.
> No lions on the loose, says Malacca Zoo
Malacca Zoo has refuted social media reports that a lion had escaped from the zoo there. Chief of Hospitaly at KAJ Development Sdn Bhd Seow Cheng Swee said the social media posts were a lie and done by people with bad intentions. Last Thursday, messages ppeared on Facebook claiming that a lion had escaped from its cage at the Malacca Zoo. Earlier, on Oct 2, Kosmo! also reported messages going viral on WhatsApp claiming that a lion at the National Zoo in Hulu Klang had been shot by police after escaping from its cage.
> Production operator robbed on the way to work
Two men on a motorcycle pretending to ask for directions robbed a production operator on his way to work. The incident occurred at 9am at a bus stop in Taman Seri Rawang, Rawang while the 25-year-old victim was heading to work. According to police sources, the suspects initially asked for directions before one of them pulled out a knife and directed it towards the victim. The victim panicked and surrendered the bag he was carrying which contained his mobile phone, tablet and RM400 in cash.
> Man threatens to burn ex alive
A man threatened to burn his ex-wife alive if she refused to pay loan sharks RM300 a month to settle his debts. The victim who only wanted to be known as Wai, 61, said that her 66-year old ex-husband had borrowed the money from loan sharks and then proceeded to gamble it away. Wai, who does not know how much was owed, says that her ex-husband had disappeared after taking the loans and had given her home address to the loan sharks. Since receiving the threats, Wai has lodged six police reports