KENNETH MA, the Hong Kong actor whose former girlfriend’s unfaithfulness led to the break-up of their three-year courtship, has found someone new whom his mother adores, China Press reported.
Ma, 46, and actress Roxanne Tong, 33, confirmed their relationship when they posted a pair of plush toys on their respective Instagram page.
They tagged each other in the post and wrote the same caption: “Thank you for your concern.”
Ma said they had met each other’s parents and that his mother liked Tong very much.
Apparently, Tong first met Ma in 2016 when both of them worked together in a TV drama.
She is also known to be a good friend of Ma’s former girlfriend Jacqueline Wong, 31.
Wong gained much infamy last year after a video footage of her making out with married singer Andy Hui was leaked to the public.
> The new single of Mandapop king Jay Chou, titled Mojito, swept across China’s digital music platforms shortly after it was released.
In just eight hours, the cumulative total sales went up to 1.84 million copies which is estimated to amount to RM3.2mil, reported Kwong Wah Jit Poh.
Chou’s new song is named after the mojito, the famous Cuban cocktail.
Filmed in Cuba, the music video showed the 41-year-old singer dressed in colourful shirts.
He was also featured sitting in a vintage car with his friends on a highway.
> Hong Kong actor Bosco Wong, who turns 40 later this year, is not planning to settle down yet.
He quipped that Ms Right must be someone whom his mother would approve, Sin Chew Daily reported.
“If my mother does not like her, she would roll her eyes. She has done it before, ” he said.
“My mother is not rushing me to get married, so I am not in a hurry to have my own family, ” he said.
Wong added that he hoped to expand his horizon in the film industry.
“My dream is to work with my idol, actor Chow Yun-Fat. It doesn’t matter if it is only for one movie,
I would be very happy, ” he said.
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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