HK actor visits M’sia just for Ipoh fried chicken

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019

HONG Kong actor Chapman To (pic) has declared his love for fried chicken in Ipoh by saying he does not mind getting fat eating it.

According to China Press, he posted on social media that he was back in Malaysia to search for the chicken.

“Because of this fried chicken, I’m back!” To wrote.

The posting was accompanied by two photos of fried chicken with the comment: “So succulent, even the chicken breast can be so tender, it is really out of this world....”

He asked his followers to imagine taking bites of the fried chicken from a famous franchise store – which he did not name – without any added spices but in its original form with the fragrant crispy skin.

He also posted another picture of customers lining up at the restaurant with the remark: “I do not mind dying of overweight” and the hashtag “so many are lining up and growing fat together with me”.

> Wang Leehom is finally holding his world tour concert in Malaysia this year, Oriental Daily reported.

He revealed on Facebook that the concert would be held at Stadium Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur on March 16.

After a three-year preparation, Wang’s Descendants of the Dragon 2060 world tour kicked off in April last year in China.

A heavyweight in the Mandopop world, the Forever Love singer is noted for his individual style and creativity in the industry.

Lee said he would be “accompanying” his fans until 2060, and promised to rearrange and readapt his song, The Descendants of the Dragon, for every Year of the Dragon, one of the zodiac animals in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese lunar calendar.

Fans can start buying the tickets on Jan 19.

> A poor 10-year-old boy in New Delhi has created a washing machine that is powered by a bicycle, which is used to move a roller in a water tank filled with detergent and a metal mesh within that segregates the clothes, Guang Ming Daily reported.

For drying, the user only needs to pour out the water and pedal the wheels, causing the metal mesh to rotate and wringing the clothes within it.

In a country where many people do not have electric supply at home, this “washing machine” will be a welcome invention for the poor.

?  The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.


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