• @orchid123 I don’t read Chinese but this is another evidence of the Chinese government trying to blame the US army bringing the virus into their country whereas it’s actually originated from their own country & people.
  • @joyce Here is a recent article written in Chinese from Mr. Yuen Kwok-Yung, (a top microbiologist in Hong Kong) who has been actively involved in both SARS and Covid-19 outbreaks. He talked about the Covid-19 which should have been passed from wild animals to humans scientifically. 【新冠肺炎】袁國勇聯同港大微生物學者撰文批評 中國人陋習劣根才是病毒之源 https://topick.hket.com/article/2593507/?lcc=at
  • Here is a recent article written in Chinese from Mr. Yuen Kwok-Yung, (a top microbiologist in Hong Kong) who has been actively involved in both SARS and Covid-19 outbreaks. He talked about the Covid-19 which should have been passed from wild animals to humans scientifically. 【新冠肺炎】袁國勇聯同港大微生物學者撰文批評 中國人陋習劣根才是病毒之源 https://topick.hket.com/article/2593507/?lcc=at
  • I believe this is the video that Anon was talking about in his above post. It is only a very small excerpt of 36 seconds on a question raised by Harley Rouda (US Congressman of California) for Dr. Robert Redfield (Director of CDC) asking if there were some influenza patients had died of Covid-19. Dr. Redfield said it could be possible, but no timing was specified in the conversation. Those influenza patients died of Covid-19 could have occurred recently after the Wuhan outbreak. The video was extracted and put on YouTube by China’s Xinhua News and was made it official that the Covid-19 was brought into China by the States to mislead people across the Globe, and to shift the blame of the outbreak to the States. Smart people should be able to find out the truth. Here is the link if you are interested in watching it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_dU2RCqWs4 Please also read the article (on the following link) reported by the “The Guardian” to verify some of the facts regarding the origin of the Covid-19 outbreak: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/13/first-covid-19-case-happened-in-november-china-government-records-show-report Use your good judgement to believe what is reported in the good news and the fake news.
  • @anon I believe this is the video that you were talking about in your above post. It is only a very small excerpt of 36 seconds on a question raised by Harley Rouda (US Congressman of California) for Dr. Robert Redfield (Director of CDC) asking if there were some influenza patients died of Covid-19. Dr. Redfield said it could be possible, but no timing was specified in the conversation. Those influenza patients died of Covid-19 could have occurred recently after the Wuhan outbreak. The video was extracted and put on YouTube by China's Xinhua News and was made it official that the Covid-19 was brought into China by the States to mislead people across the Globe, and to shift the blame of the outbreak to the States. Smart people should be able to find out the truth. Here is the link if you are interested in watching it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_dU2RCqWs4 Please also read the article (on the following link) reported by the "The Guardian" to verify some of the facts regarding the origin of the Covid-19 outbreak: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/13/first-covid-19-case-happened-in-november-china-government-records-show-report Use your good judgement to believe what is reported in the good news and the fake news.
  • @anon "You clearly have comprehension issues because in the video the Director of US CDC specifically said that some of the patients that died last year in which they originally thought died from influenza came back with POSITIVE COVID-19 test results. -------------------------------------------------------------- I missed watching the above video. Would you mind to post the link here for me to watch it please.
  • @orchid123 Yes, it's always been a known fact that wife is at least 50 as she is reported to be older than the husband. She looks good for being 50 or over that's for sure. I remember an ex TVB actor who also had a kid over 50 and the wife looks to be in her 60s while she is in fact just 52-ish. Yes, Leo Ku's wife does look good for her age even if that's an old picture. But gosh, 50's and have kids at that age I can't imagine. Oh well, whatever makes you happy.
  • @hetieshou First, I agree with cutie777 that I had also read similar articles in Chinese about Lorraine Chen and Leo Ku before and after their marriage. It was reported that she was 3 years older than Leo Ku before marriage. In another recent article in Chinese about the birth of their son, Lorrane's age was also said to be 50. Out of curiosity, I did a search on Google. Could not find anything in English. Here is a Chinese article from Baidu re Lorraine Chen if you can read and understand Chinese. https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E9%99%88%E9%9F%B5%E6%99%B4/16523109?fromtitle=%E9%99%88%E8%8B%B1%E9%9B%AA&fromid=1023929 Lorraine Chen was born in 1968, so she can be as old as 51 or 52 now. A woman can still have babies before menopause, but it is super hard to conceive the first baby at the age of 50, unless she does it through IVF.
  • @orchid123 She is not 50 but 46 or 47 but it does not matter as she managed to have a healthy baby. Congratulations to them.
  • Age 50 is pretty late for a woman to have her first baby. But Lorraine did not look too old in the photo above.
  • @sugadough I agree that "the series could 've been better but they made it overly serious". I tried to watch the drama series in 2 different episodes, and I could not stand it after about 10 to 15 minutes. Raymond Wong's voice is pretty monotonous, and Shaun Tam's is even worse ............ just with one tone through out the whole conversations. I only watched the whole scene when Timothy Cheng was begging Alice Chan to forgive him and stay. Cannot stay on for other story developments. Pretty boring and too serious. However, I did watch the previous series of "Forensic Heroes".
  • @orchid123 I find Roxanne Tong the prettiest!! :D
  • @bubbles23 Totally agreed with you. Jacqueline is the ugliest one when she is compared with Kelly Cheung, Jeannie Chan and Roxanne Tong. Personally I find Kelly Cheung the prettiest among the three.
  • @orchid123 Rumor has it that Nancy was in talks with Louis Koo's company. If she does sign with his company, Nancy's opportunities will be similar to Jessica Hsuan, who had also signed with Louis Koo's company. It's a quick step into more film roles...although they may not be big roles, but she will be playing opposite big stars. And can still go back to film with TVB when the time allows. I think ending a TVB artiste contract these days doesn't mean the end of all drama collaborations. Jessica Hsuan and Sammy Sum are already back at the station filming. TVB seems more flexible to cast artistes whom they've worked with, as the station needs well-known cast to lead their dramas. It's just a different way to work together, and depending on the artistes' points in their careers and what they need now, they just choose to find the right company to represent them.
  • If Nancy Wu is going to do action movies, yes, perhaps she will have a chance, but definitely not in any dramas. Hong Kong movies are all action movies - undercover, police, triad, detective, etc. All the actors are Tony Leung, Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo, Nick Cheung, etc. and their movies are all male-oriented.
  • @anon Agreed. Being an actor is very different from being an executive to manage a big TV station. Frankie Lam has never worked in any corporations even as a junior staff. How can he run a big TV station (corporation)? What he knows is acting (in fact he is not even a good actor) in fake roles. They are not even real life roles. Good luck to ATV!!
  • Katy Kung acted quite well in any roles. Unfortunately, she does not have the lead actress' charisma. She is a good supporting actress. She can do good and villainous roles. She is one of the good supporting actresses.
  • @coralie Agreed. Zoie Tam acts better than Myolie Wu. Also she is a bit prettier too.
  • I hope their relationship will move up to another level .......... husband and wife. Kenneth deserves to have a better girl to be his wife, definitely not Jacqueline Wong .
  • @orchid123 I meant Timothy appearing in Forensic Heroes as Alice’s husband. Can’t remember him being in ‘Deep beyond a Realms of Conscience‘..
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