HK Entertainment News Roundup
Saturday, November 29, 2003
[news from HKPVR]

MING PAO - The judge of Nicholas Tse's driving trial sentenced him to 240 hours of community service, after which Nic could fully return to his job as an entertainer. Nic's attempt to clear his record and appeal backfired - it was rejected and his record will remain tainted. Nic's parents Patrick Tse-Yin and Deborah Lai says they don't want to talk about the past. Nic says, "The decision to appeal was to respect my parents' lawyers advice. I don't feel disappointed, because I never had the hope. Because this has already passed, I don't want to talk about it anymore. Thanks for everyone's consideration." Nic's good friend Dicky Cheung Wai-Kin was asked if he thought entertainers with criminal records will affect their careers. He says that many entertainers have criminal records, but their records sell and their films are popular, and having a criminal record is a separate issue.
Friday, November 28, 2003
[news from]

It has been a while since fans of Mango Wong heard any news from her. Days ago, the parapazzi sighted her at Tong Lor Wan doing some shopping.

Mango revealed that she had terminated her contract with Sony. She will be filming a serial with Gallen Lo in Beijing for about 2 months. After the Chinese New Year, she will be back in the Mainland to film again.

So for the coming months, Mango will focus all her attention to filming and will not have any plans for her singing career.

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