HK star’s mystery beau remains a secret for now

Mum’s the word: Cecilia did not reveal the identity of her partner despite Pinky admitting that Cecilia is not single.


HONG KONG actress Pinky Cheung hinted that her best friend Cecilia Cheung is no longer single in a live video, China Press reported.

During the video livestream hosted by Pinky, Cecilia – who was there to show support – “promoted” Pinky to viewers that the actress is still single.

However, Pinky quickly interjected, saying “but you are not single”, which caused Cecilia to scream and shy away from embarrassment.

The identity of her partner was not revealed in the video.

Since her divorce from Hong Kong actor Nicholas Tse, the 41-year-old Cecilia had been raising her three sons, Lucas, Quintus and Marcus as a single mother.

> McDonald’s Vietnam had made a major blunder by using South Korean K-pop boy band EXO’s poster to advertise their BTS meal, angering fans of both groups, Sin Chew Daily reported.

When the BTS meal was launched on May 27 in Vietnam, fans were quick to point out the glaring mistake on social media and demanded an apology from the popular fast-food chain.

The image of EXO used was a picture taken by the K-pop group in Dubai.

Although both groups have seven members, fans still think it was unacceptable to commit such a mistake.

McDonald’s Vietnam has since apologised.

The BTS meal that was inspired by the most popular South Korean boy band BTS features 10-piece chicken nuggets, fries, Coke as well as two dipping sauces, cajun and sweet chilli.

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.

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