Hong Kong star Fiona Sit was hit by a man with a water bottle on Feb 23 when she was attending a charity event.
The attacker was alleged to have thrown the bottle towards Fiona, which hit her right face and another worker at the event. Both of the victim didn’t suffer any major injuries, although Fiona’s face was a bit swollen after the incident.
The attacker claimed that it was an accident, but there are videos and eyewitnesses that suggest otherwise. The reason behind the attack is still unclear.
The attack has raised fear among Hong Kong artists about their personal safety in public area, as another female artist Angela Tong was slapped on her face just about a month ago.
Actor Joe Cheng said that he would like to kiss Hong Kong star Fiona Sit; while actress Ariel Lin would like to have a romantic moment with award winning actor Tony Leung Chiu Wai.
The Taiwanese duo were in Hong Kong 3 weeks ago to promote their drama “It Started with a Kiss”… and was asked about their most wanted-to-kiss person.
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American born Chinese artist Jaycee Fang and popular Malaysian singer Penny Tai was spotted having dinner together in Taiwan.
Jaycee (Jackie Chan’s son) was rumored to be in relationship with Penny sometime ago… but the rumors ended after Jaycee was linked to Hong Kong artist Fiona Sit instead.
Well, not sure if they are just friends or dating… either one of the relationship won’t hurt. [Image credits to 163.com]
Hong Kong artists Fiona Sit and Khalil Fong denied recent rumor about their intimate relationship.
Fiona has always been linked to Jaycee Chan (Jackie Chan’s son), but recently she was found having dinner with Khalil, which led to the rumor.
Fiona and Khalil stated that they were just having casual dinner before attending a mini-concert of their friend Endy Chow.
[Image courtesy of sohu.com]
Photos of some celebrities that attended the 1st Asian Film Awards presentation in Hong Kong on Tuesday (March 20). Korean movie “The Host” was the biggest winner of the night.
Hong Kong artist Andy Lau…
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