IT would seem that Nicholas Tse and Faye Wong are more open about their relationship and were even spotted holding hands when walking through the airport in Beijing for their flight to Hong Kong, China Press reported.
The celebrity couple first dated in 2000 and split two years later before getting back together in 2014.
Throughout this time, never-ending break-up rumours have swirled around them, none of which the couple ever bothered to address, choosing instead to remain super low key about their private life.
However after photos of this rare display of public affection went viral, fans were quick to point out that they are definitely together and obviously very much in love.
Some said it was deja vu.
The photos were reminiscent of the one taken in 2000 when they appeared in public for the first time holding hands and smiling after attending a party to celebrate Tony Leung’s Best Actor win at the Cannes Film Festival.
Their five-day stay in Hong Kong, where Tse, 42, had work commitments while Wong, 53, kept him company, further quashed any doubt about their commitment to each other.
Wong stayed at Tse’s residence on Bowen Road in Central instead of a hotel so they could spend time together when Tse wasn’t working.
> Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported that Hong Kong actor Philip Keung finally left Malaysia after staying in Penang for more than two months.
The 56-year-old and his wife Anna Kam spent their Chinese New Year in Penang vlogging about the food and their travels.
“Goodbye Penang! We will be back. Take care!” said Keung in an Instagram post on Thursday.
On March 9, Keung shared on Instagram that time had passed quickly and he and his wife were going back to Hong Kong.
In the last week of their stay, they visited the Ayer Itam dam and Balik Pulau for its asam laksa.
Keung was in Penang to shoot the film Lock War.It was learnt that Keung and his wife had not been to Malaysia for three years because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
● 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.