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November 3, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from November 3rd, 2000

More stills from the ongoing production of Yeung Fan's (Yonfan) new film YAU YUEN GING MUNG (lit. TRAVEL GARDEN SCARY DREAM). In the film, Japanese actress Rie Miyazawa plays a Mainland singer who develops a relationship with a mannish woman played by Joey Wong Tso-Yi . Wong has a challenging role in the film as she must play a woman who is both masculine and feminine and has relationships with a woman and a ma.

*****

October 30, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from October 30th, 2000

Daniel Wu (Ng Yin-Tso) joined Joey Wong Tso-Yi on the Suzhou set of Yeung Fan's latest movie YAU YUEN GING MUNG (lit. TRAVEL GARDEN SCARY DREAM). Wu, who got his break when he was cast by Yeung Fan (Yonfan) in BISHONEN (MEI SIU NIN JI LUEN), took time out of his busy schedule as a favour to Yeung. The movie, about the loves of a Mainland singing star in the 1930s, also stars Japanese actress Rie Miyazawa.

*****

October 19, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from October 19th, 2000

Joey Wong Tso-Yi and Rie Miyazawa continued shooting their new movie the Yongfan directed YAU YUEN GING MONG (lit. TRAVEL GARDEN SCARY DREAM). Again, the set was closed to reporters so no comments from either star could be gathered. From what reporters could observe, however, the pair seemed to be getting along well and appeared to be in good spirits. The movie tells the story of the life and loves of a 1930s Chinese singer. Miyazawa plays the singer while Wong plays her 'sister.'

*****

October 18, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from October 18th, 2000

Rie Miyazawa, Joey Wong Tso-Yi, and director Yongfan on location in Suzhou yesterday at the opening lens ceremony for their new film YAU YUEN GING MONG (lit. TRAVEL GARDEN SCARY DREAM). As shooting began, Rie Miyazawa seemed to be the more animated of the two leading ladies as Joey Wong seems to have matured with age. After the opening lens ceremony, the set was closed to the media so comments from the actors could not be garnered.

*****

October 12, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from October 12th, 2000

Joey Wong Tso-Yi will make her return to the movie screen in the upcoming film YAU YUEN GING MONG (lit. TRAVEL GARDEN SCARY DREAM). The movie, Wong's first in six years, will be directed by Yongfan and will co-star Japanese actress Rie Miyazawa. With a budget of HK$15 million, the movie is set to start filming on October 17th and will shoot on location in Suzhou, Huangzhou, and Shanghai with an estimated completion date sometime in April 2001.

The film, Yongfan's first since BISHONEN, tells the story of a 1930s singer (Miyazawa) and her 'friend' (Wong). For the role, Wong has cut her hair and has been running everyday to get back into shape for the big screen.

*****

August 11, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from May August 11th, 2000

Reports from Tibet have Taiwanese singing star Chai Chun and fiancee Joey Wong Tso-Yi in Lhasa making arrangements for their impending wedding. Officially, Chai is in Lhasa to bring his father's ashes for burial in Tibet but reports have him making arrangments with local lamas for a Tibetan style wedding for himself and Wong. Previously reports had emerged alleging Joey Wong was pregnant but both Chai and Wong have denied the rumours. The couple hopes to wed in the Fall.

*****

May 25, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from May 25th, 2000

A report from Taiwan claims Joey Wong Tso-Yi is three months pregnant.

*****

January 27, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from January 27th, 2000

Joey Wong Tso-Yi put to rest rumours that she and fiance Tsai Chun are headed to Splitsville as a result of a controversy between Tsai, a former lover, and their child. Wong: "I haven't taken this matter to heart. I haven't let it bother me. Tsai Chun had this relationship before he met me. I really don't concern myself with his past. If you really love someone, you have to accept their faults as well. I don't mind and I don't have any thoughts on the matter."

*****

January 22, 2000

Source: Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review

Fluff from January 22nd, 2000

The Tibetan wedding of Chai Tsun and Joey Wong Tso-Yi has been delayed because of recent political developments in Tibet.

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Created: 03/28/03   Last updated: 03/31/03