Adrian Wong Dispels Mother Leung Kit Wah’s Hospitalization Rumors

By on February 10, 2014 in NEWS

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Felix Wong’s (黃日華) wife Leung Kit Wah (梁潔華) reportedly entered the hospital again over lunar new year but daughter Adrian Wong (黃芷晴) denied the claims and reassured that her mother is healthy and happy.

Leung’s illness made headlines in late 2013 when the media speculated that she was suffering from leukemia. Despite Felix and Adrian’s reassurance that it was nothing serious, sensational reports continued to surface during Leung’s hospital stay. On January 21, Adrian’s manager clarified that her mother was actually suffering from a severe case of scurvy, a deficiency of vitamin C, and has stabilized after receiving emergency treatments.
Discharged just before the Lunar New Year, Leung was expected to make a full recovery within the next six months. The media seems skeptical of the positive prognosis however. Recently, gossips alleged that Leung was again rushed to the hospital on February 1 due to a high fever, implying that her illness may be worse than she cared to admit.
Adrian denied these claims today, reassuring that her mother only returned to the hospital on February 4 for a follow-up appointment. She emphasized that her mother is in good health and spirit, and has returned to her normal appetite.”Mom wanted to order from the food courts, and sneaked a bite of the new year’s rice cake… she has been eating and sleeping well, and is very happy! and New Year rice cake… she has been eating and sleeping well, and is very happy!”
Adrian also reiterated that they were secretive about her mother’s illness only to avoid alarming others. “Mom works in insurance and has many clients. Once the news broke, she received hundreds of text messages within the first fifteen minutes.”
Source: Ming Pao
This article is written by Katrine for JayneStars.com.

8 comments to Adrian Wong Dispels Mother Leung Kit Wah’s Hospitalization Rumors

  1. Cleo says:

    Remember when Chinese supermarkets sold Rubena? And the orange version of it? Sometimes Chinese people would give a bottle as a visit gift. Add water to a little of these concentrated juices so you could get some health benefit.

    I think for a year or more, I was fed a teaspoon of the orange version washed down with water or mixed with milk because I was too skinny and frail.

    And remember KLIM?

    The Japanese invasion was TERRIFYING and I can’t believe that all of my older babysitters lived through that.

    Now fewer and fewer Overseas Chinese remember the significance of those items on the shelves as fewer and fewer supermarkets stock them. So many things in plain sight evoke memories of the Japanese trespass against us.

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    • TVBFanatic replied:

      wtf? How in the world does a story about someone not eating right get turned into an Anti-Japanese rant?

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        TVBfanatic,
        I think you should get used to Cleo’s messages and how most of what she says makes nonsense at all.

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        Meant to say makes no sense.

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    • cleo is a he replied:

      cleo is a guy.he posts the same crap at other forums as well.

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  2. smurf120 says:

    Still boggles my mind that middle aged (and presumably well-to-do) person living in one of the most populated cities in the world can get a vitamin C deficiency disease that is common to 19th century sailors who don’t see land or veggies/fruits for months at a time.

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    • HeTieShou replied:

      I know but each person is different and each body works differently. The human body is truly mysterious.

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  3. M says:

    I agree w Smurf120. Vitamin C is in so many veggies and fruits. She must have lived on grains only to develop scurvy.

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