Compiled by JO TIMBUONG
FANS of Hong Kong superstar Aaron Kwok caught a glimpse of his elder daughter’s face in a photo that his wife posted on Instagram.
The 53-year-old actor and singer was pictured together with his wife Moka Fang along with their daughter enjoying a day out at a park, Sin Chew Daily reported.
“Happy Children’s Day,” Fang wrote in the post.
Kwok, who is known as one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop, was seen wearing a face mask and a cap.
All three of them had their backs to the camera. However, the face of the little girl, who was born in 2017, could be seen partially as she was glancing sideways.
She was standing between her parents, who each held her hand.
Their fans were delighted with the image, saying that the family looked so happy.
The couple’s second daughter was born in April.
> A man who jumped off a building in Sichuan, China, ended up not only taking his own life but that of a child as well, China Press reported.
Video footage of the tragedy showed the man landing on an elderly woman and a young boy.
The man and the boy died on the spot while the woman was rushed to a hospital to receive treatment.
Citing The Beijing News, the report stated that the tragic incident, which happened at 5pm local time on Saturday, was caught on CCTV.Police are still investigating the reason behind the man’s actions.
> Chinese dissident Wang Dan, who was one of the student leaders in the Tiananmen Square protests, yearns to return to China to see his parents, Sin Chew Daily reported.
“I am confident that I will one day be able to return. I just do not know when,” said Wang, who has been banned from setting foot on mainland China since 2003.
Wang, 50, was sentenced to prison twice; once in 1989 and again in 1995. He was released in 1998.
Wang, who lives in exile in the United States, completed his PhD studies at Harvard University in 2008.
The above articles are 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.