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Charlene Choi and friends finally return to Hong Kong
Charlene Choi was among the Hong Kong celebrities who were stuck in Malaysia after the Movement Control Order was enforced.
Charlene Choi was among the Hong Kong celebrities who were stuck in Malaysia
after the Movement Control Order was enforced.

25 Mar – Charlene Choi, Gillian Chung, Kenny Kwan, Carlos Chan and Jeana Ho finally arrived in Hong Kong after being stranded in Kuala Lumpur for a week, following the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO) on 18 March.

As reported on Mingpao, the five stars, who were in Malaysia to film their new web series "Female Forensic JD", were clad in full all-white protective gears as they arrived with their luggage at the Hong Kong International Airport.


They stated that all five of them will go home and isolate themselves for 14 days.

Asked if they attracted attention with their wardrobe, Gillian said that the most important thing was to be safe.


The five Hong Kong celebrities seen here wearing full protective gears
(Photo source: Mingpao).

"We were on the plane for four hours and did not even use the toilet or ate anything throughout the journey. We are now hungry, thirsty, and hot," they said.

As to how they felt after returning to Hong Kong in a hurry, Charlene said that it was the company that decided to call them home, despite previously agreeing that they should remain in Malaysia to resume filming when the MCO is lifted.

Speaking about Malaysia, the singer stated that the streets were empty since the restriction was enforced.

"There were many people in Kuala Lumpur before, but now there are only a few of them. I had been spending my time cutting and dyeing hair and cooking," said Charlene.

(Photo source: Charlene Choi's Instagram)


Cinema Online, 25 March 2020

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