Hong Kong actress Jacqueline Wong has apologised after she was caught in a cheating scandal with singer-songwriter Andy Hui. Wong and actor Ma have been dating for close to four years. The year-old TVB actress and former Miss Hong Kong first runner-up was caught on camera holding hands and kissing Hui in the back seat of a taxi, in a scandal that broke on Tuesday. Hui has been married to singer-actress Sammi Cheng since around According to Hong Kong's Oriental Daily News, Ma and Wong have met each other's parents officially and have also attended their friends' activities as a couple. However, sources said that Ma's family and good friends have only a so-so impression of Wong, with some of them even warning Ma to be careful of her.
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Lisa Movius. Two former students of Gary Xu Gang, a one-time art history professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a former curator of the Shenzhen Biennale, have filed a complaint against him, alleging that he sexually assaulted them and was also involved in physical abuse, harassment and forced labour. A third plaintiff—a literature professor at another US university—is accusing Xu of emotional distress stemming from alleged death threats and other harassment. The document, which was filed in federal court in Urbana on 10 September, alleges that Xu had inappropriate relationships with the two students. Xu had a romantic relationship with one of the plaintiffs, who is 26 years his junior, from to She describes frequent beatings and several rapes by Xu, as well as threats and controlling behaviour. The allegations also include the accusation that Xu pressured his students to have sex with other men.
On Sunday, the New York Times published an article diving into the harried experiences of online delivery workers in the city. For the piece, reporter Andy Newman joined the ranks of bicyclists who zip around the city to bring New Yorkers their breakfast burritos and rotisserie chickens. DoorDash has been the subject of some collective ire, after a Times report resurfaced the fact that the company has been keeping tips that are, duh, meant for delivery people. That is, if the tips are made by card. But, yes.
Her trial heard how she became friends with Heywood, a Harrow-educated businessman who had married a Chinese woman and settled in Beijing, where he worked with western businesses wanting to trade with China. Devillers did not respond to repeated requests for comment. From court papers and offshore data, a detailed picture has emerged of the fatal tussle over the prestigious Cannes villa. She regarded it as an investment that would be left to her son, Bo Guagua.