There were news reports that Linda Chung’s (鍾嘉欣) rumored boyfriend, Philip Ng (伍允龍), has been going out with Race Li (黃婉佩), leading to speculations that Linda has broken up with him.
Linda has always been evasive about her relationship with Philip. They were careful in avoiding been seen in public together. That, plus photographs of Philip Ng and Race Li surfacing recently, caused speculations that Linda and Philip have broken up. The rumor was further fueled by the fact that Linda has not been meeting up with good friend, Race.
“They’re together? What a joke! It’s not because I have confidence in myself. It’s because I have confidence in my friends,” Linda commented at a promotional event for new TVB drama, Missing You <幸福摩天輪>.
Apparently, Race is not only good friends with Linda, she is also good friends with Philip. Because of Race’s breakup with ex-boyfriend, Jacky Heung (向佐), it was natural for Race to be spending time with her good friends. When asked about the reason behind Race’s split from boyfriend, Linda did not want to comment.
Since their “friendship” was still intact, will Linda attend the premiere of Philip’s new movie, Young and Dangerous: Reloaded <古惑仔：江湖新秩序>? Linda smiled, “Congratulations to him for choreographing the action moves for his first Hong Kong film! If I have the time, I will surely go and support him.”
One of Linda’s New Year resolutions is to get more rest and sleep. With that promise to herself, she intends to take a 2-month break after completing Big Wheel <巨輪>.
Mandy Lam May Adopt a Child
Linda’s Missing You <幸福摩天輪> costar, Mandy Lam (林淑敏) will get married in a simple church wedding on February 23 this year. Mandy suffered from breast cancer a few years ago, but with the support of her fiance, she has recovered completely.
With her health stabilized, Mandy gushed about having babies. Since she is still taking hormone medication, she can only conceive 3 years later. Doctors have also warned her that it may be difficult for her to conceive. Nonetheless, Mandy is not despondent. “If I can’t conceive, then I’ll consider adoption. My husband won’t mind because he loves me and will respect my decision.”
Source: Ming Pao
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