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Saturday, 22 August, 2009

Leslie Cheung & Anita Mui Singing Competitions – Final (Part 5)

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Finally the competitions over at 10:40PM I have stood there with the fask mask for more than 2 1/2 hours. Both legs a little bit tired that moment. Everybody began to leave the seat.

Before I move nearer to the stage, the large balloon floating outside caught my attention and I decided to snap it down too. Each time I saw “Sports Toto Malaysia” logo it ‘tell’ me that there is a chance for me to be a millionaire one day Wink Why not? RM 1 for RM 1 million worth to be ‘invested’ once a while. If I never try, I will never know if I have the luck?

As I moved closer to the stage, I saw that some people are taking photo with Anita Group 1st Prize Winner, Sharon Wong Sad Yong (from Kuala Lumpur). I decided to snap them down too! Just for my blogs. Grin

As I looked around, I noticed that most people have gone. The event organizers are clearing up the chairs and other things. It time to remove the mask. It should be safe at moment I guessed. No coughing & running  nose people around. So should have no H1N1 Wink Ha! Ha! Time to have some pictures for a memorable night. I asked some crew members to take some pictures for me before I go back.

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Leslie Cheung & Anita Mui Singing Competitions – Final (Part 4)

   

The 15 Contestants From Anita & Leslie Group

The 988’s DJs And Guest Artist William San & Candy Cheah

The Best 10 Among 15 Contestants

   

Candy Cheah, William San Singing And The End Of Competition

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Leslie Cheung & Anita Mui Singing Competitions – Final (Part 3)

The Final Best 10 Of 15 Contestants

Liew Ka Yee (Alor Star) – Winner 1st Prize – Leslie Group


Lim Meng Wai (Johor Bahru) – 2nd Prize – Leslie Group

Leong Hooi Yam (Ipoh) – 3rd Prize – Leslie Group

Wong Sad Yong (Kuala Lumpur) – Winner 1st Prize – Anita Group



Chan Lai Chook (Seremban) – Best Costume & 2nd Prize Winner – Anita Group

Yip Yuen Kuan (Kuantan) – 3rd Prize – Anita Group

Lee Kok Hoong (Ipoh) – Most Creative Prize – Anita Group

Kuay Chau Ann (Seremban) – Leslie Group

Lem Chong Eau (Penang) – Anita Group

Edmund Ho (Penang) – Leslie Group

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Tuesday, 1 April, 2003

Leslie Cheung Jumped To His Death News 張國榮自殺新聞

Filed under: Leslie Cheung,張國榮 — Tags: , — Stephen @ 8:38 pm

Six something in the evening, I saw an unbelievable headline sent to my email account. That moment I still using dial-up service from TMnet. Not yet broadband. The headline stated “Leslie Cheung Jumped To His Death!” I said “What?” Wait a minute, today date is 1st April, 2003. It is an April Fool day. It this a joke or what? Anyhow curiosity always killed the cat, as I clicked on the link and it seem real. To double confirm, I did some search on the search engine and it confirmed what I initially have doubt. It seem all news portal from Hong Kong carried the headline news. It leave me stunned and shocked for a while. In my mind many questions pop up. “Why he do that?” He is successful singer cum actor. He is good looking, have many women fans and he seem so perfect in every way but why he end his life in such manner? All those are unanswered question pop in my mind.

These is the news that I found on the news portal

HK Star Leslie Cheung Commits Suicide

Hongkong pop star and actor Leslie Cheung leapt to his death from a five-star hotel in Hong Kong Tuesday. Local radio RTHK and two television stations carried the report that the heart throb jumped from a building in Hongkong’s Central District.

Hong Kong legend star Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing jumped to his death in Hong Kong Tuesday.Though many people had expected it to be an egregious joke on the Fool’s Day, the police has confirmed the 46-year-old’s death.Police sources also say Cheung left a suicide note, indicating the tragedy was caused by some emotional problem.

The well-known actor, known as Zhang Guorong in the mainland, starred in the acclaimed film “Farewell My Concubine” directed by mainland director Chen Kaige in 1993. In the film, he played a Peking opera actor who experienced bitterness and frustration in his whole life, especially in love affairs, and committed suicide in the end.

The film scooped a series of awards that year, including the prestigious Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Other popular movies starring Cheung include the gangster movie “A Better Tomorrow” in 1986, a gay-themed movie “Happy Together” in 1997 and “The Phatom Lover” in 1995. Cheung was also noted as one of the few Asian male stars to play openly gay characters.

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