HK artiste gives birth to baby boy

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  • Monday, 16 Oct 2017


GUANG Ming Daily reported that Hong Kong artiste Myolie Wu (pic) has delivered a baby boy weighing 3.6kg.

Her manager said both the mother and son are healthy.

“Thanks for all the well wishes. We are thankful that the delivery was smooth.

“We are back home and will start breastfeeding,” the daily quoted Wu as saying.

Her busi­­­ness­man husband Philip Lee posted a picture on Insta­gram showing a side profile of the baby.

He named him Brendan, adding that the name means “prince” in Irish.

> Top Glove Cor­­p­­oration Bhd foun­der Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai managed to collect only RM36 during a fund-raising campaign on the streets se­­veral years ago.

Nanyang Siang Pau re­­port­­­ed that many people simply treated him like any other man on the street during the campaign organised by Tzu Chi Foun­dation.

Despite this, Lim, who was ranked the 20th richest man in Malaysia in 2016 by the daily, said he felt no regrets taking part in such an activity.

He said he would not hesitate to take part in the campaign again despite collecting only RM36 after spending two hours on the street.

He added that curiosity and the willingness to learn spurred him to join Tzu Chi.

“Before joining Tzu Chi, I was curious why so many people and successful entrepreneurs join­ed the foundation although there was no salary.

“The foundation is a great organisation,” he said.

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