Actor Wu facing a ‘balding crisis’

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  • Wednesday, 23 Jan 2019

Daniel Wu. -AFP


HONG Kong-based American actor Daniel Wu is facing a “balding crisis”, Oriental Daily reported.

Wu, 44, is well-known for his prominent facial features and buff body. However, a photo of him with a receding hairline has been circulating online recently.

Wu uploaded the photo on his Instagram after having a meal with his friends. Netizens who noticed his hairline asked “Daniel Wu, are you balding?” and “hairline receding already”.

It is said that Wu had admitted he is balding and wished he had all the hair he once had when he was younger.


> A young woman believed to be suffering from postpartum depression suddenly pulled her shirt up in public near the Batu Lancang wet market in Penang, Kwong Wah Daily reported.

The woman, who was carrying a month-old baby, then rushed into a bank nearby before a bystander called the police.

The police then sent both the mother and son to hospital for a medical checkup.


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