Kenneth Ma and Roxanne Tong Meet Up Despite Busy Schedule

By on June 23, 2020 in NEWS

Kenneth Ma and Roxanne Tong Meet Up Despite Busy Schedule

Receiving endless congratulatory messages from friends and fans after announcing their relationship on social media for the past two weeks, Kenneth Ma (馬國明) no longer had to hide from the cameras and was seen casually visiting girlfriend, Roxanne Tong (湯洛雯), during his filming break.

Despite being extremely busily wrapping up Plan B <BB大曬> and getting ready for upcoming drama Children’s Hospital <兒童醫院> in July, Kenneth makes use of every bit of time he has to see Roxanne. While he was on a short break in between filming, Kenneth was seen picking up Roxanne and driving back to her apartment. Smiling at the reporters, Kenneth said they just went out to buy a couple of things and he will have to head back to TVB Studios for work later.

Leaving after spending three hours at Roxanne’s place, Kenneth quickly waved at the paparazzi before heading off to work. He expressed, “I don’t really have anything else to say–thanks for all the concern.” Asked if he will be spending more time with Roxanne when he finishes filming his current drama, Kenneth replied, “I still have another drama to film on afterwards.”

Source: On.cc

This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

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22 comments to Kenneth Ma and Roxanne Tong Meet Up Despite Busy Schedule

  1. bubbles23 says:

    Okay all the paparazzi has milked this for more than it is worth. What else do they want? Just let them date in peace and maybe more good news will follow. Jeez. TVB was the first to go after his mom when the OnSum scandal happened and now they want all the interviews with this couple.

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    • hetieshou replied:

      @bubbles23
      I agree they are milking this just like the media is milking the Covid 19 virus…

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      • bubbles23 replied:

        @hetieshou what do you mean they are milking the virus though? It’s a pandemic….

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @bubbles23
        It is declared a pandemic which means that it has spread to many countries around the world. But they over exaggerate the death toll and so many other things. They keep repeating the same news over and over again to fear monger everyone. Basically, they over report and lie through their teeth just for ratings and views so they can make more money. Sadly it is all about money and control..

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      • bubbles23 replied:

        @hetieshou which news outlet are you referring to?
        Unfortunately some countries are not doing nearly enough to stop the transmission of the virus, and people are dying because of it, and that’s not fear mongering.

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      • coralie replied:

        @bubbles23 absolutely agreed. my husband contracted covid on the frontline and many people I know or my friends know have also died or gotten impacted by the virus. Don’t cast generalizations if you’re not working on the frontline and don’t see the true scope of harm this virus has caused. I’m so glad I live in a state where we’ve put full precautions. Our numbers are one of the lowest in the nation compared to places like Cali, TX or FL. I wouldn’t be surprised if people who thinks this is all a ratings game also watches Fox or Trump or FB conspiracy theorists all day long.

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      • bubbles23 replied:

        @coralie hope you guys are okay now.
        I saw the video today of Palm Beach residents scream at their county for passing face covering legislation. Those people are going to indirectly and directly kill their grandparents, neighbours, and people working on the frontline. At this rate their numbers will only go up with no end. Even when the world gets a vaccine these idiots will be claiming that vaccines cause autism or some other conspiracy and continue to put others at risk. *facepalm*

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      • coralie replied:

        @bubbles23 yes my husband recovered, thank you for the concern. It was a scary week when he got admitted to the hospital. Which is why it’s insane to me that people still protest over these very simple precautions. I agree, at the rate we’re going, corona is not going to end anytime soon.

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      • luye replied:

        @coralie People are also making this covid19 thing a “political” issue. Conservatives argue that masks and lockdowns are a violation of rights. Whether or not this is a Republican vs Democrat thing, the media tries to make it seem that way, especially with the election coming up. Only in America people would cry & protest against wearing masks like babies

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      • coralie replied:

        @luye but it is the case that a ton of Republicans refuse to wear masks because they see this as an affront to their constitutional rights. Is it the media framing them or are they painting themselves that way to begin with?

        It doesn’t help when the Sunkist in office encourages this ignorance. It’s not a political party issue before, but the political party made it an issue now.

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      • luye replied:

        @coralie I dont think the media is framing them if these people are literally out there protesting against wearing masks. For sure, the cheeto is making things worse by not wearing a mask himself & encouraging others to not wear. Those are the same people who will vote for him.

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      • conan2209 replied:

        @hetieshou DEATH is real.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @conan2209
        Of course I know that as I lost my parents, one of my brothers, best friend, uncles and aunts all to illnesses way before this pandemic even existed.Therefore, I know how it is better than most people. My point is that it is way over exaggerated. Viruses and all always exist so that is nothing new, but this one is getting milked and used as a political tool and other purposes which I find sad.

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  2. sherla1019 says:

    Okay there dating let them be stop harassing them give them space for goodness sakes

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  3. bubbles23 says:

    @hetieshou I understand that losing family to any illness is tragic but the last time we as a world had a pandemic was Swine Flu 2009. The death toll from Covid is way higher than from swine flu and we’re still not seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. I’m not sure what you mean when you say it’s being used as a political tool because healthcare professionals, long term care workers are working under strenuous conditions to care for covid patients.

    The only people that are making this political are US republicans that only care about keeping the economy open for the sake of their own wealth accumulation. The media reporting on the US government’s failure to respond to a pandemic is not what I’d call “milking it”. They aren’t “purposing” the virus or exaggerating. Reporting about the pandemic is not propaganda. Making a fuss about how the virus is a hoax and not social distancing is stupidity and selfishness.

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    • hetieshou replied:

      @bubbles23
      You have been brainwashed by the media like most people. Yes, I agree that you must take precautions and all, but do not act crazy and paranoid like it is the worse thing in the world because the world has been through way worse things than this. Have you seen any pandemic get milked like this one? This is way over milked. The death toll is not accurate and way higher than it truly is. I know that for a fact because one of my brothers is a doctor and many of my cousins are nurses and they have all been forced to lie about deaths that are not related to Covid 19 at all but they were forced to declare it as Covid 19 so the hospital can get more money. They were forced to lie or get fired. They told me so many true stories as front line workers so I know the inside scoop and how BS the media is.

      I think you put too much trust in the news and media. I used to too but now I realize how fake and BS they are that I do not trust and believe them anymore. Of course the virus is not a hoax but it is not as scary as the media makes it out to be. Yes, take pre cautions but do not live in fear and paranoia as it is bad for your mental health. They always say that there are spikes here and there, but I actually called up my friends and family that lived in those states to see if it was true but they confirmed to me that it was not true at all. Therefore, just like any news, take it with a grain of salt unless you have solid proof that it is indeed true. It is called the media for a reason and they need views and ratings for money too. You can go on YouTube and watch the videos about COVID 19 and read actual comments from real citizens who actually tell the truth instead of those news reporters and media that only says what they are supposed to say.

      There are always viruses and diseases around so why is this one taking center stage? Because it is new and is still a fresh topic. Wait until it dies down and no one will care to talk about it anymore.

      Like I have said, I have lost many loved ones to illnesses before this so called pandemic even came into existence. I feel bad for everyone that has lost someone as I have been there. In fact, I lost an aunt shortly before this was declared a pandemic and I bet they would have forced my family to declare it as Covid 19 so they can get more money. Hospitals and all are not honest like you think. However, it is sad that the media and government are using this pandemic for the wrong reasons. Just do more research about it and you will see what I mean.

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      • coralie replied:

        @hetieshou What dept does your brother and cousin nurses work in? Hospitals are not getting more money when they declare an increase in covid-19 patients. In fact they would want to deter the numbers because they’re losing way more money from loss of patients who would otherwise be going to the hospital for appts but now can’t. A lot of people call themselves frontline but that’s a broad term. And they don’t even work with covid 19 patients much. My husband works with a lot of covid 19 patients and as a victim of it himself, he knows the extent of how severe it is. For comparison, when he got appendectomy, he took 1 day off work. When he got kidney stones, he took 1.5 days off work. When he contracted covid, he took a whole week off. He was coughing blood at one point. If this was Ebola and people are exhibiting extreme symptoms, maybe people will take this virus more seriously. As such, because the symptoms seem lighter and not everyone dies or display terrifying symptoms, people take this lightly. There is a reason the whole world is coming to a stop and it’s not to fearmong. There is legitimate reasons why this virus is scary and people should be quarantining for the sake of themselves and others.

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      • bubbles23 replied:

        @hetieshou I don’t know what country you are from that would give hospitals more budget for having covid patients. Where I live all healthcare facilities are trying to stop the outbreak and would be thankful for zero patients.
        I’m just an internet stranger so I doubt I can change your stance about this issue, but your claim that the death toll is overstated does not have any source evidence. One source of media making a claim could be fake, but when you have different sources across the political spectrum and globally saying that coronavirus is real and affecting communities, I think that’s solid corroborating evidence. If it was supposed to be for ratings, I’m sure they would have moved on to a different news topic last month.

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      • potatochip replied:

        @hetieshou The media didn’t cause 130k deaths in the US. This is an underestimate, because there are another 20-50 K unaccounted excess deaths this year since February. This data is on the CDC website. In Florida, there is a “pneumonia” epidemic where over 4000 people have died compared to last year. Florida, a state with elderly people, has only reported 3000+ COVID deaths. Many states are having a “pneumonia” outbreak. Doctors in Florida are reporting that they can’t fill out cause of death on death certificates for COVID patients like they usually do for all other causes of death.

        My brother is a doctor too. My friends are doctors. It is hell on the COVID floors and ERs in hotspots. Hospitals are filling up, there are easily accessible websites that give you real time counts of hospital beds. Spoiler, don’t get sick in Florida or Texas right now. Arizona too.

        Hospitals and doctors are losing money from this pandemic. My local hospital is about 20 million dollars deficit. That’s because they make money from elective procedures and non true emergency visits. Covid care in the ICU costs more than other typical ICU visits because those patients are sicker, require more time, more interventions. But do those costs actually get reimbursed fully by the insurances? Nope. What if the patient, like half of America doesn’t have insurance? And the staff getting sick, extra cleaning, the overinflated N95 masks, gowns, gloves, and other needs also cost the hospital money. See how thinking Covid is a money making ploy is a fallacy?

        Covid is very real. There isn’t any other illness in recent history that has caused this death and morbidity. We don’t know the long term effects of having this hypercoagulable respiratory disease. By the US government underplaying it, undertesting it, under isolating it, caused it to get this out of hand. If the US acted like South Korea who had their first case the same day, having cheap N95 masks to everyone, testing and isolating positives, we would be normal like them now and our economy and lives wouldn’t be in free fall.

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      • coralie replied:

        @potatochip Thank you and cosign. My husband’s hospital has been batting flies for the past few months due to the precipitous drop of patients to every dept in the hospital (even ER). His hours were cut dramatically. Hospitals are bleeding out money. No amount of relief provided by the govt is enough to recoup the losses. This isn’t just limited to his hospital – across the board here in NE, every medical provider I’ve spoken to has been impacted similarly and mentioned the same thing. It’s gotten to the point where one of his hospitals wanted to dismantle the covid-19 designation because they’re losing so many patients. This idea that people are assigning covid 19 diagnosis for money is not only insulting to the many providers who are working with covid 19 patients, but also very harmful if the public actually believes covid 19 isn’t dangerous and doesn’t need to be cautious.

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      • potatochip replied:

        @coralie Yes, it’s so insulting and frustrating for the medical community to risk their lives without adequate PPE, their family’s lives, watch all this preventable death and suffering, to be told that they are doing this for money. Most doctors and staff have had their salaries cut significantly. People brush that aside saying they make lots of money. But how many people are willing to take on hundreds of thousands of school loans, give up their prime years (their 20’s), work 80 hrs a week in a high stress low rewards litigious environments, and are expected to risk their lives during a pandemic?

        I have heard of so many hospitals firing while groups of doctors since this pandemic. My local hospital fired 11 Ob hosptalists. Not easy to find another job with non-competes and a pandemic. People have to uproot their lives.

        Of course, our government needs to find a scapegoat to avoid accepting its responsibility in this mess. “Evil media, foreign countries, and greedy medicine” . All this is confusing to the general public and will cause Covid to never be under control.

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      • bubbles23 replied:

        @potatochip I feel terrible for all doctors and healthcare workers in the states. Hopefully a single payer system can be implemented in the next ten years to improve both patient care and caregivers’ work circumstances.
        The scary thing from this pandemic isn’t just deaths, it’s how many people will never fully recover to their usual physical condition due to poor lungs leading to lifelong conditions and worse outcomes when they get other illnesses like diabetes, heart issues, etc. This is 100% government systemic failure, not just from the current administration, but decades of not investing into public heath, health care, and education.

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