Taiwan abuzz over wedding of Ma’s daughter

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 14 Mar 2013

THE marriage of Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou's eldest daughter Wei-chung to an international model has become the talk of the town, reported China Press.

The 32-year-old Wei-chung tied the knot with her Harvard University classmate Allen Tsai Pei-jan, 33.

The presidential office confirmed the couple were married in the United States last year, followed by a wedding banquet at Taipei's posh Grand Hotel last Saturday.

Taiwan-born Tsai had modelled for international brands like Gap, Calvin Klein, Levi's and Esprit in the United States.

He is currently working as an executive at a foreign bank in Hong Kong after graduating in information science.

> Hong Kong TV actress Angela Tong gave birth to a 3.26kg girl in Hong Kong on Sunday, major Chinese dailies reported.

Tong, whose due date was supposed to be on March 17, was accompanied by her husband Hong Kong actor Chin Kar Lok in the delivery room.

The couple named their baby girl Alyssa.

Chin shared the news with media members waiting outside the hospital before distributing chocolates to them.

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