Nicholas Tse & Cecilia Cheung still in contact

22 Aug – Ever since actor Nicholas Tse had an asthma attack during the filming of his new drama "The Next Miracle", Cecilia Cheung was said to have been sending him text messages and asking after him. While the two might have appeared to be cold to each other on the surface, they were said to be keeping in contact with each other secretly, according to a report on Xin MSN website.

On 18 August, Nicholas who was decked in a pair of thick-framed glasses and tuxedo, attended the press conference for "The Next Miracle" with his co-star and good friend Dicky Cheung. When reporters probed if he had met with Cecilia in Beijing, the actor became sullen and declined to comment.

Nicholas left hurriedly when the press conference ended, leaving Dicky alone at the venue.

Dicky, who is also Nicholas' mother Deborah Li's godson, commented on Nicholas and Cecilia's marital woes saying that they would only discuss work and not personal issues.

However, Dicky felt that Nicholas had matured a lot this year. As a friend of both Nicholas and Cecilia, the actor believed that the pair could handle their family matters as mature adults. Dicky also hoped that Nicholas and Cecilia could remain friends despite parting ways.

When reporters contacted Cecilia's manager to ask about the filming progress of the actress's new movie "The Lion Roars 2", he revealed that Cecilia is currently in Beijing. He added that he has no knowledge of Cecilia's recent activities and would not comment further as he had left Beijing earlier due to obligations.

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