Compiled by RAHIMY RAHIM and LIEW JIA XIN
A THAI woman was shot three times for turning down her ex-boyfriend’s request to get back together, reported China Press.
The 26-year-old suspect surrendered himself to the police after the shooting that happened near a secondary school in Hatyai, Thailand.
As his 24-year-old girlfriend refused to patch things up, the suspect took out a pistol and fired three shots at her.
The suspect fled by driving off after firing the shots.
The rescue team rushed the victim to the hospital, where she is said to be in critical condition.
The suspect surrendered himself to the police and was remanded for investigation.
>Hong Kong actor Julian Cheung Chi-lam and his wife Hong Kong actress Anita Yuen Wing-yi have always been the power couple in the entertainment industry, reported Oriental Daily.
Recently, the duo attended a variety show in China where Cheung was said to be a good husband, father and son-in-law.
Both of them took part in a game to test if they knew each other well.
The paper reported that Cheung remembered his mother-in-law’s birthday but forgot the date that he proposed to Yuen, although he did remember the day and date that both of them started dating.
When the question of the proposal date was asked, Yuen quickly apologised and said that she had forgotten about it.
The audience was thrilled with joy when Cheung answered that he had forgotten the date too.
The duo married in 2001 and gave birth to their son, Morton Cheung in 2006.
> The newborn daughter of Hong Kong actor and television host Wong Cho-lam and his China-born Canadian actress wife Leanne Li looks exactly like her grandmother, reported Kwong Wah Yit Poh.
The couple welcomed their first child, Gabrielle, last month after getting married on Feb 14, 2015.
Li uploaded a few photos of her daughter on Sunday to share with her fans.
Found in translation 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 a >, it denotes a separate news item.