3. Ministry of Gossip – Wow! News
MARTIAL arts filmmaker Sammo Hung’s eldest son Timmy Hung (pic, left), 37, tied the knot with his long-time girlfriend in Hong Kong last week.
The blushing bride was 2006 Miss Hong Kong first runner-up Janet Chow (pic, right), 28. Timmy had 10 bestmen, while the bride had 28 bridesmaids.
Among the bestmen were Chin Kar Lok, Michael Tong, Frankie Lam and Carlos Ng while the bridesmaids included Angela Tong, Toby Leung, Elaine Yiu, Margaret Chung and Vivien Yeo.
The guests at the star-studded wedding reception at W Hotel included Wong Jing, Jacky Cheung, Jackie Chan, Alan Tam, Melvin Wong, Yuen Biao, Cally Kwong, Patrick Tse Yin, Deborah Lee, Law Kar Ying, Liza Wang and Andy Lau.
When asked if the newlyweds were planning to have Dragon year babies, the happy father-in-law Sammo, 60, said it was possible. – Oriental Daily and Ming Pao
KELLY Chen, 39, delivered her second baby boy via Caesarean section last week. The Cantopop singer-actress announced the birth of her 2.95kg baby on her official website. Chen’s doting husband Alex Lau accompanied her in the delivery room and even filmed the entire process apart from cutting the baby’s umbilical cord. The star is set to take a few months’ rest before returning to work. Chen’s first son Chace is almost three years old now. She suffered a miscarriage in 2011, while expecting twin baby girls. – hongkongmorning.com
IT appears that Hong Kong actresses Gigi Lai, 40, and Michelle Reis, 41, are both trying for auspicious Dragon year babies. Both beautiful mamas were rumoured to have been spotted with baby bumps but are said to be keeping mum, according to tradition of not acknowledging the pregnancy until after the first trimester. Both ladies married influential Hong Kong gentlemen in 2008 (Lai to Patrick Ma and Reis to Julian Hui) and promptly retired from acting. Lai had twin girls in 2010 while Reis gave birth to a boy named Jayden Max last year. – JayneStars.com
Read the rest of the article here: 3. Ministry of Gossip – The Star Online: Most Viewed: Entertainment
At the gala opening of the Asian Art Museum’s Phantoms of Asia exhibit, chairs Komal Shah and Eliza Cash welcomed museum board members, major donors, civic, corporate and social leaders, artists featured in the exhibition, and art enthusiasts from around the world to one of the season’s most important events.
Philanthropist Boutique in San Francisco recently hosted an event for Teach for America, with part of the evening’s sales proceeds going to the organization, which aims to eliminate educational inequity.