Wong Jing Cuts Ties with Anthony Wong Due to Occupy Central

By on October 16, 2014 in Hot Gossip!, NEWS

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With the Occupy Central protest heating up controversy in Hong Kong, many celebrities have supported the pro-democracy movement. However, director Wong Jing‘s (王晶) comments that the police should use force against the protesters heavily upset the citizens of Hong Kong.

Wong Jing posted on his Sina Weibo blog, “I support the police! They’re only doing their job and you splash urine on them? You can’t complain if you are beaten to death! I don’t think you’ve been beaten enough!”

Unfriends Anthony Wong, Chapman To, and Denise Ho

Wong Jing is known for his outspokenness and frank behavior. Aside from lashing out at the Occupy Central protesters, he openly stated that he will unfriend Anthony Wong (黃秋生), Chapman To (杜汶澤), and Denise Ho (何韻詩), who have shown their avid support for Occupy Central. Wong Jing stated that he will respect Anthony, Chapman, and Denise’s political stands, but will officially be cutting all ties with the three artistes. He will discontinue all forms of communication with them.

In response, Anthony called Wong Jing’s actions very childish. Also known for his blunt behavior, Chapman said, “I don’t see him talking about Chow Yun Fat (周潤發) like that!” On the other hand, Denise chose not to comment any further on the topic and simply responded that she will not care about such trivial matters.

Netizens Curse Wong Jing

After witnessing Wong Jing’s extreme actions, some netizens called him out for his disappointing behavior. One netizen furiously wrote, “If teacher [Wong Tin Lam 王天林] were still alive and knew that his son jumped the bandwagon, would he strangle himself with his waistband?” Wong Jing angrily replied, “My old papa and I will [expletive] you [expletive]!”

Some netizens openly declared boycotting Wong Jing’s films. Even those who have been avid fans for years expressed disappointment in the director’s political stance and cursed the entire Wong family, threatening to beat up Wong Jing if he appears in Guangdong. Unable to stand the insults, Wong Jing retaliated, “Tomorrow I’m coming [to Guangdong]. If you can’t beat me up, then your whole family will have feces [expletive] cancer!”

However, some agreed with Wong Jing’s support of police force and praised him for speaking the truth and being straightforward.

Source: On.cc

This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

73 comments to Wong Jing Cuts Ties with Anthony Wong Due to Occupy Central

  1. Jane says:

    Wong Jing should hush and focus on making soft porn.

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    • june replied:

      Protesters, STOP making chaos to the society, they are just making HK worst. Look at what they have done to the surroundings & to their citizens. More chaos than a peaceful protest.

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      • Gary replied:

        Yes !
        All idiots.
        Say what you want.
        But in other parts of the world, people are
        saying they are all common trouble makers.

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      • Toby replied:

        What chaos? The protesters clean up their trashes and use their spare time on the streets to do their homework!

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      • jay replied:

        @Toby
        They are damaging properties,taking metal rails from sidewalks to create their retard forts. Use themselves to block tunnels, affecting traffics, businesses and society. If that is not chaos, then what is?
        Who says that all protesters clean after themselves? Seriously I don’t believe that

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      • Alluka replied:

        @jay: You can check the clips posted everywhere about how the real protesters clean the streets, dont attack the polices and out of all, say sorry politely to anyone affected.

        Of course, there will be some rotten apples disguise themselves as protesters to steal, break things and attack. They are even being kicked out by protesters.

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      • Toby replied:

        @jay

        If you read the world news, the news of HK protesters cleaning out the street are on the main pages during the protests complete with videos and pics. They are dubbed as the nicest protesters by the media, including the normally notorious western media and netizens.

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      • Toby replied:

        My HK relatives said the ones who create chaos are fake protesters who just want to give bad name to the protesters. The HKers hate the blue ribbon guys too.

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      • TN replied:

        Those people who are pretending to be fighting for HK’s future is simply BS. They’re only ruining HK. Police beating them? They got what they deserved. They wanted to cause trouble and this is what they signed up for. A better future for HK, i doubt that the Chinese Goverment would actually take a look at those silly brats.

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      • Alluka replied:

        @Toby: Blue ribbons are supporters of police. They didnt stand in the same side with yellow ribbons.

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      • kolo replied:

        peaceful or not peaceful,this occupy central movement is doomed to fail from the beginning,how more the students insist their wishes for universal suffrage the stronger the chinese government will fight against it,and in the end there are only losers in both camp.

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      • thewong replied:

        “A revolution is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or painting a picture, or doing embroidery. It cannot be so refined, so leisurely and gentle, so temperate, kind, courteous, restrained and magnanimous. A revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows another.”

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      • Little fishy replied:

        It’s nice to know the other side of the protesters. In any protests, there will be the negative effect. However, you gotta understand they are trying to change hk, and feel like they have the responsibilities to do so, too. And indeed, the bad protesters, which are the one cause chaos should be the culprit here. If they weren’t the one raise the violence level up, I’m sure people would go about their everyday routine (minus the government workers who can’t get inside and the bus).

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    • tiny replied:

      I support Wong Jing. But he is being childish by unfriending Anthony Wong and gang, and cutting off communication ties.

      He did said he will respect their political stands. If so, there can be gentlemen’s disagreement, what’s the problem. It’s only politics, com’on.

      We can see that emotions run high on both sides, and tempers flare, things are sensitive.

      But to say netizens cursed him and insinuate most oppose him, well, the writer of this article is biased.

      Many are against these demonstrations.

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      • natalie replied:

        Wong Jing is just plain stupid. Just because others don’t agree with his political views doesn’t mean you unfriend them -_- How would he feel if someone else unfriend him for making soft porn? Anyway, the students’ protest are largely peaceful- it’s the anti-protestors that are swearing at them. I think they shouldn’t have blocked up the main streets though, at least for long term since it does disrupt people’s lives.

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    • natalie replied:

      But it doesn’t make it right for anti-protestors and the police to use violence against them. There’s nothing wrong with wanting democracy but sadly we all know it won’t end in the students’ favour.

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      • pockytrader replied:

        “How would he feel if someone else unfriend him for making soft porn?”

        Wong Jing would likely state “he will respect their soft porn stands”.

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  2. GeorgeLam says:

    ok, no more cat-3 roles for Anthony Wong when he retires. . .

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    • Jane replied:

      Wong Jing can cast Jackie Chan since they both are pro mainland. LOL

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      • Me replied:

        Ewwww!

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    • Tvbfan replied:

      I find it Chapman To funny and right it’s funny how Wong Jing unfriends everyone but the really high stats Chow Yun Fat and Tony Lueng and etc.

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      • GeorgeLam replied:

        THats because Jingy doesn’t want to offend people like Uncle Chow and Mr Leung – he might want them on his cat3 movies later.

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  3. jay says:

    I personally support Wong Jing & his comments. The police are doing their job. They have already warned the protesters that if they continue their childish, mindless & violent behaviours, they will take action. The protesters are asking for it, the police have already warned them. If the protesters are saying that the police are using violence against them, well, the protesters are also using violence against the police too by pouring some sort of chemical liquid on them, hurting them. Protesters are also damaging public properties, taking metal rails from sidewalks to create their retard fort or fence. Now is that a behaviour to settle things by damaging their own properties, damaging the environment, damaging their society, this is an outrage. They are creating these for no reasons. The protesters are triggering the police to use those actions on them because they are creating chaos & impacting the society.

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    • Gary replied:

      These protestors are no different than a common criminal. As the job of the police to is maintain law and order. Its these protestors that are creating problem to everyone. All they know is to cause damage to Hong Kong’s economy and people’s livelihood.

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      • June replied:

        Agree, the protesters are no different than a common criminal

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      • daddoo replied:

        That’s right.

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    • Toby replied:

      The protesters come in peace and just don’t want violence. They make study groups during the pritests for their homework and clean up their trash. If the police disdn’t provoke them the violence won’t happen.

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      • jay replied:

        It is the protesters provoking polices to take action

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      • GeorgeLam replied:

        the protesters have a right to congregate- i hope they will rent a stadium or HK race course to meet and protest. definitely not in MongKOk or ChungWan

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    • miriamfanz replied:

      You can your opinions on the protesters but for the police to drag someone into a dark corner and beat them up is definitely wrong under any circumstances.

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    • kiwi replied:

      “I support the police! They’re only doing their job and you splash urine on them? You can’t complain if you are beaten to death! I don’t think you’ve been beaten enough!”

      I support the men in blue because they are there to protect and not to disinfect. Can’t blame the police for doing their job but not when they are abusing their authorities.

      China now is not China 20 years ago and they will not back down for a group of students (kids)fighting for their freedoms $$$$$. 😀 🙁 LOL!

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      • kiwi replied:

        BTW, united we stand, divided we fall. Wait…wait, united we still fall because we can’t fight communist. 😀 🙁 LOL!

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    • Little fishy replied:

      Agree that police should be able to do their jobs, but beating someone to death is just plain wrong. Police is to enforce the law, not making the law. Where in your law book in hk that it said if someone did something criminal/wrong, you can beat them to dead -.-??? Last I check, that’s more triad’s style -.- the way wj said it is very wrong, and stupid. And the way he’s unfriend people, that guy will have no friend left >_>

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    • ChampagneChampagne replied:

      I support Wong Jing’s stand on this, he is right abt the police. But of course, unfriending someone just bcos of political differences is just a tad silly.
      Anyway, I have always support universal suffrage for everyone BUT I never support the Occupy movement. The Occupy movement IMO is the dumbest movement around. It’s not just Occupy Hong Kong, the same goes with Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Coty of London, KL and the list goes on.

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  4. Toby says:

    Is Wong Jing stupid or what

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    • you replied:

      It’s you

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  5. sandcherry says:

    Personally I think artistes should stay away from politics if they don’t want to have any impact on their movies/drama series. After all, Mainland China is their huge market.

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    • TN replied:

      Like Joey Yung. She’s supporting the students yet she still wants to release mandarin albums to market in China. Huh.. They need China, China doesnt need them.

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    • llwy12 replied:

      @sandcherry: Agreed in terms of artists staying away from politics (and there are many artists who do try to do that — even when reporters put them on the spot by asking them about their stance, they pretty much don’t answer or just plain say they don’t want to get involved in politics). Of course, it’s easier said than done though, since the reporters have a tendency to ask the artists about political and social issues all the time. If the artists want to give their opinions, that’s fine but if they don’t want to, I don’t see why the reporters have to keep hounding them — it’s actually kind of annoying.

      By the way, I wouldn’t be surprised if artists start to keep silent now because it looks like their work might get affected sooner or later, whether directly or indirectly. I was listening to Eileen Cha’s radio show a few days ago — she said that she just got back from spending nearly a month in mainland China to work on a program (can’t remember whether it was a TV program or radio one). She said that for the program, the team has a script that they use, but they also have to write in their own dialogue for some parts. When they were writing the dialogue, she said that the team was given explicit instructions “strongly discouraging” them from mentioning any of the names of the HK artists who had spoken out in support of the protesters (and the list of names of course included quite a few famous HK “A-list” celebrities). She did emphasize that this was her personal experience only and by no means was she saying that these artists were being banned in China…she just wanted to give an example of how the Occupy issue could potentially have indirect impact on artists who choose to comment.

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  6. miriamfanz says:

    Such an immature act. It’s okay to disagree with others on their opinions, but to unfriend them, and announce it publicly, is just a childish act.

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  7. Hannahh says:

    Wong Jing is so immature. Never like him anyway.

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    • GeorgeLam replied:

      no he is very mature – infact most of his movies are for mature audiences.. 😉

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      • Hannahh replied:

        lol

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  8. Alluka says:

    To cut the tie with a friend due to different opinions, Wong Jing is kinda childish.

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    • msxie replied:

      Can’t stand Wong Jing, but shouldn’t he be able to state his own opinions without being threatened by pro-democracy activists? If they can’t tolerate political differences, what’s the point of fighting for freedom of speech?

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      • GeorgeLam replied:

        Freedom of speech is only for..IF you support them ‘protesters’ not for others. That’s why Jingy is labelled as stoopid and an 1diot.

        Haha i like to see them occupy for another month until christmas sales. If possible- Occupy Tsim Tsa Tsui and the main business district.. haha that would be nice

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      • heyyou replied:

        @George Lam: True. They support democracy but bashes people who say what they think. How ironic…

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  9. Lucia says:

    Wong Jing is so narrow minded because he doesn’t want to be friends with others who have different opinions than him. Wong Jing kisses China ass!!!

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    • citb replied:

      So? Its his life afterall.

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  10. tayna says:

    Don’t know this Wong Jing guy, but comparing to other HK actors n actresses who voiced their opinion on this issue this guy sounds like an uneducated, low life thug. And, he looks like a perv. I think the artistes he unfriended are very happy about his decision.

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  11. llwy12 says:

    Honestly, for Wong Jing to cut all ties with artists just because he disagrees with their opinions on Occupy Central is a bit extreme — though I think part of it is because he either doesn’t like those artists or has a personal rift with them and is using this as an excuse (both Chow Yun Fat and Nick Cheung spoke out in support of the protesters too — why doesn’t he cut all ties with them as well? Oh yea, that’s right — they are in his upcoming movie that hasn’t been released yet, plus they are both beloved actors who have tons of fans and industry people supporting them…)

    Personally though, I feel that Wong Jing tends to overreact to stuff. It was the same way with the whole ice bucket challenge thing too a few months back — he was the only artist who didn’t take the challenge and refused to donate money to any charity (not even $1 — though he claimed it was about the “principle” not the “money”). He also got all angry and pissed off to the point that he threatened to cut ties with artists in that instance too (though he didn’t actually name any artists or cut ties with them).

    Sounds to me like Wong Jing has issues…serious issues….

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  12. Anon says:

    Is anyone really surprise? Wong Jing has been Beijing’s lap dog for years.

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    • Rika replied:

      This guy obviously doesn’t want democracy. If he had even an ounce of it in his mind, he would at least respect his friends’ political stance and not mix politics with friendship together. Maybe this guy just want to suck up to China so that they will continue to allow him to make soft porn movies while he supplies women to the China government officials. Heck, this guy is just a useless fat pimp.

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    • kiwi replied:

      Speaking of lapdog does that apply to those that go to China for a bigger paycheck.

      Wong Jing is a smart man because there is too much at stake to make an enemy out of China. He’s not exactly good looking but he work hard to get to where he is. Thumbs up to him. His dad was great but he made a name for himself trekking his own path. Anthony Wong and Chapman To are potato to him, so friend or foe doesn’t matter. At the end of the day who fill up his bank account that matters.

      It’s “My way or the highway” happens everywhere, at home and at work. 😀 🙁 LOL!

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    • MW replied:

      Boycott Wong Jing !!

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  13. Larry 3 says:

    Wong Jing is a F—ing moron. No common sense for the people who are demonstrating

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  14. Selena li fathier says:

    these morons are ruining my life

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    • Looooooooo replied:

      One month riot,stock market crash, listed company down fall,hundred thousands lost employment. Some jump of the building for stocks devalue. This is the aftermath

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  15. sandy says:

    I’m not so sure about would any countries allow protester occupy the steet for weeks after weeks.

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    • coralie replied:

      UH THE U.S. ring a bell? Rosa Parks?

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      • GeorgeLam replied:

        They shoot students back in the 70s.. like Penn State University.. nowadays like Occupy-NY the cops will use steel bars and chilly maze on protesters.. muahaha

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      • msxie replied:

        A month ago at Ferguson Missouri, the cops bought in tanks and other heavy armor to quell demonstrators. HK cops are like boy scouts in handling demonstrations compared to cops who commonly use pepper spray, bullets and billy clubs in the democratic west.

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  16. tvbfanatic says:

    Give it another 10 years or so… Hong Kong will be forgotten 🙁

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  17. natalie says:

    @Jaynestars: I’m incredibly frustrated and angry with your response to me posting comments:

    You are posting comments too quickly. Slow down.

    Excuse me? That’s is outright rude and apparently I’m not allowed to post comments quickly even though I’m not doing anything wrong.

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    • jayne replied:

      Natalie,
      If this is directed at our site, not sure what you mean.

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      • tvbfanatic replied:

        My guess is that you have an automated feature in the posting that if someone tries to post messages in quick succession that the website pops up the message “You are posting comments too quickly. Slow down.”

        I think the commenter is just reacting to the text of the message, reading more into it than there is.

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      • jayne replied:

        Tvbfanatic,

        Ah, you noticed the pop-up, which I have never personally experienced. 🙂

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      • Funn Lim replied:

        I noticed it a few times. All blogs have this feature which is to stop successive postings which is too fast with a few seconds delay. It is nothing personal and I find it ridiculous anyone would.

        P/S and I got the same messsage with this one!! Simple, hit BACK button and wait and submit again.

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      • tvbfanatic replied:

        I haven’t seen the pop up myself yet 🙂 Just assuming as such from the original comment 😛

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    • jayne replied:

      Natalie,
      “You are posting comments too quickly. Slow down.”

      It’s an automated feature to prevent spammers, nothing meant as personal message towards you.

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    • tayna replied:

      I received the same response last time I try to post links from Channel NewsAsia reporting about the HK with my comments. I think it’s because China has been censoring n blocked all websites that reporting news about HK protest. That’s why those links never went thru. Well, this is HK future now. Ppl of HK will ONLY get to see what Bejing allow them to see.

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  18. winnie says:

    How immature and thug like. It’s pathetic to see a grown man speak and act in this manner. Right or wrong, everyone is entitle to their opinion, however, his tone indicates to me this man clearly has issues and boundaries. Perhaps he’s hoping for a bigger piece of China pie … and would it be a hoot the piece he got is a piece of ****

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