A FAN who bumped into Hong Kong veteran actor Chow Yun Fat (pic) while hiking said he is recovering well after a filming accident, Sin Chew Daily reported.
This was his first “public appearance” after the accident in which he received five stitches on his forehead, said the daily which published a photograph of Chow and the fan from the fan’s Facebook post.
Chow said he was fine now and had started working.
It was reported that Chow was filming a scene with Hong Kong actor Kenny Wong for the movie Sunny Days when he injured the left side of his forehead.
He continued to complete the scene before excusing himself from the set to nurse his wound. It was only then that the production crew found him bleeding profusely from a cut.
> The daily also reported that a small village in Shandong, China, has been dubbed the “twins village” for having 22 pairs of twins born there since 1928.
The eldest twins are 69 years old while the youngest are five years old. Even a cow delivered twins there.
There was a year where four pairs of twins were born.
There are 461 families with a total of 1,368 villagers living in the village.
> A man in Shantou, China, found more than 40 small cockroaches in the duck dish delivered to his home, the daily reported.
The man said he ordered the dish from a food delivery platform.
When he found cockroaches in the duck stew he was eating, he picked them up one by one and put them on white tissue papers.
To his horror, there were more than 40 cockroaches, in different sizes. He later posted the photos online and his post went viral.
The owner of the restaurant apologised, closed the shop for 15 days, and promised that it would not happen again.? 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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