Jacqueline Wong to Pursue Finance Career?

By on July 11, 2019 in Hot Gossip!, NEWS

Jacqueline Wong to Pursue Finance Career?

Even though it’s been three months since Jacqueline Wong (黃心穎) and Andy Hui‘s (許志安) affair was brought to light, the media is still watching their every move. While the latter was spotted exercising with his wife, Sammi Cheng (鄭秀文), at the gym and outdoors, Jacqueline flew to the United States to escape from the reporters. In fact, the 30-year-old actress is rumored to be bidding farewell to the entertainment industry to pursue a new career direction.

Earlier, her ex-boyfriend, Kenneth Ma, was suspected of paving the road for her comeback because he asked the media to stop targeting her. Although Jacqueline was rumored of wanting to reconcile with him and asked him to visit her in the states, Kenneth clarified he had broken up with her. However, he claims that they are still friends and continued to defend her.

Contrary to the reports of her possible comeback, Jacqueline may be taking her family’s advice to develop her career in New York’s finance industry, since she holds a Master’s degree in finance and international business from The University of British Columbia.

Meanwhile, in late June, Andy revealed in an interview that he has not been in contact with Jacqueline. Recently, the media caught him at the gym and running outdoors with Sammi – it seems the couple has put the cheating scandal behind them.

Moreover, it is said that Sammi’s good friends promised to accompany Andy in the future to stop him from making any mistakes so that Sammi can concentrate on her concert. Andy will allegedly be in the audience cheering on his wife tomorrow, July 12.

Source: Topick

This article is written by MelodyC for JayneStars.com.

15 comments to Jacqueline Wong to Pursue Finance Career?

  1. wm2017 says:

    Holds a Master’s degree in finance and international business from Columbia University? Really?

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    • anon replied:


      I call BS on the news report. Wikipedia says she has an MBA from UBC.

      That alone will not allow her to climb up the finance world of NY. An MBA is a dime a dozen these days.

      If she really had a degree from Columbia University then she’s more stupid than what I initially thought – wasting away at TVB.


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      • rika replied:

        @anon Actually, she might be able to climb in the financial world. Probably get into private banking as a relationship manager. After all, I doubt she would mind sleeping with her clients to please them.

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    • mike replied:

      @wm2017 British Columbia still a good uni. Don’t know if she actually finished her degree or not though.

      Think she’ll end up with someone from another race, they don’t seem to mind cheaters.

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  2. sugadough says:

    Naw, it’s University of British Columbia.

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  3. noodlez says:

    Strange that her 1st degree was not mentioned? She obviously didn’t complete her MBA or that would be mentioned? Same year she entered Miss HK contest, she was “attending UBC” for her MBA. Nice CV fluffing!! No matter what she does now…this will follow her for some time.

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  4. m0m0 says:

    to the canadian friends out there, is ubc a good school? the acceptance rate seem to be rather high to be considered a selective school. even mcgill is ridiculously high

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    • chena replied:

      @m0m0 I’m from Vancouver. UBC use to be a great school but due to the large numbers of Mainlander Chinese attending now, it’s mediocre at best.

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    • anon replied:


      UBC is a good school – it’s among the best universities in the world.


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    • nomad822 replied:


      University of BC
      Yes it is, and still is – the all rounder average to get into Sciences is 95% average. Business 90-93 % A average, depending on cohort competition for the year. Even Arts was a 89% cut off AB average last yr.

      UBC is the hardest one to get into locally. The easier one is SFU (Simon Fraser) and U of Victoria is also easy (but not on mainland Vancouver. Then the easiest (because fewer want to head out there is UNBC, in the interior).

      During my time, friends were getting in with a 2.5 GPA into SFU.

      Whereas admission criteria to UBC Arts (dependent on faculty) was at least 3.3 The stringent ones like Business 3.5 and up for Sciences and 3.7 GPA average (ie all As) for Engineering.

      Actually much harder to get into UBC these days – interview, letter of interest to promote yourself and CV (yes they look at activities, clubs etc too these days)
      It’s NOT true that with more PRCs that standards are heading down. In fact it’s heading up – the Asians here, esp the richer ones and there are plenty. They are a very competitive crowd and (esp the richer ones living in the Westside) armed with Orchestra, Music (piano and one string instrument like Violin or Cello) Dance, Fine Arts certification and competition experience medals.

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  5. sherla1019 says:

    oh hell no pls dont come to NYC dont wanna see your ass here

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  6. pleikupho says:

    If she does have an MBA then there’s a good chance of finding jobs. The finance world desperately needs women, especially minority women.

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  7. noodlez says:

    I seriously doubt she completed MBA or any masters program. And if she had completed her 1st degree, that would be in her bio? It is pretty weird she has kept that info so quiet? Just wondering why her academic experience dont make sense

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  8. nomad822 says:

    An MBA these days, in Vancouver, is a dime a dozen.

    I know her mom Anna (my former dancer teacher) – Jacqueline was one of the school’s top dancers in Chinese Dance, so were a few Ms Vancouvers they churned out. IF I am not mistaken = all 4 daughters including her celeb eldest sister Scarlett (UBC too ) all have Bachelor’s degrees

    Vancouver is a fairly materialistic city full of many wealthy Asians (at least 50% Asian) driving luxury cars. Jacqueline’s mom has always been driving a Merc C class. To this day, I really cannot fathom WHY Andy Hui, when there are so many rich fish to find in this city. for eg: some PRC dude bought a C$5 aka US$3.8 million car (taxes alone was C$900 000): https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/chinese-tycoon-s-son-complains-about-b-c-taxes-on-purchase-of-5m-supercar-1.4378611

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