Hong Kong stars descended on Malaysia for the TVB Star Awards on Saturday evening (26 November) with drama series "A Fist Within Four Walls" being the big winner that night. The series, starring Ruco Chan and Nancy Wu, won the award for My Favourite TVB Drama Series. Its main acts also walked away with awards for My Favourite TVB Actor and Actress in a Leading Role, respectively. The winners are as follows: My Favourite TVB Drama Series: "A Fist Within Four Walls" My Favourite TVB Drama Theme Song: "Never Know You Are the Best" from "A Fist Within Four Walls" – performed by Ruco Chan and Nancy Wu My Favourite TVB Variety Program: "Sunday Stage Fight" My Favourite TVB Enrichment Program: "Wellness On the Go 4" My Favourite TVB Actor in a Leading Role: Ruco Chan ("A Fist Within Four Walls") My Favourite TVB Actress in a Leading Role: Nancy Wu ("A Fist Within Four Walls") My Favourite TVB Actor in a Supporting Role: Mat Yeung ("My Dangerous Mafia Retirement Plan") My Favourite TVB Actress in a Supporting Role: Joyce Tang ("House of Spirits") My Favourite TVB Most Improved Actor: Jonathan Cheung – "The Last Healer in Forbidden City", "House of Spirits" and "A Fist Within Four Walls" My Favourite TVB Most Improved Actress: Moon Lau – "Angel In-the-Making", "Over Run Over", "Blue Veins", "House of Spirits", "A Fist Within Four Walls" and "Two Steps from Heaven" My Favourite TVB On-Screen Couple: i.Read More »
KUALA LUMPUR: In the past, Islamic State (IS) supporters in the country was typically categorised as lone wolves, but now investigators have coined a new term, “wolf pack” for groups in the country comprising of a small number of people. The wolf pack, comprises of not more thanRead More »
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