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Celebrity Chow: Spencer Leung on cooking for Chow Yun Fat

FOODIE: Veteran TV host Spencer Leung loves the spicy food here, but said Hong Kong's wonton noodles is the best in the world.
Chicken rice.
Prawn-flavoured noodles.
Nasi lemak.

Spencer Leung has gone on a culinary adventure not many people can boast of.

While in town last Friday to promote his supernatural-themed documentary series Unbelievable - HK Mysteries, the affable 47-year-old veteran TV host met up with M over lunch at Ujong at Raffles Hotel Arcade. There, he shared with us his most precious cooking experience ever.

"About 10 years ago, screen icon Chow Yun Fat got a reporter from Apple Daily Hong Kong to ask me if I could prepare dinner for him and his 12 guests at his house," recalled Leung.

"I remember my reaction vividly - I screamed! Chow Yun Fat is a superstar and my all-time idol, so of course I said yes without hesitation."

Read the full report in our print edition on Sept 3.

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New releases

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Reality bites: The Script are over Reality TV singing contests

COVER ART: (Above) The cover art of The Script's latest album, No Sound Without Silence.
COVER ART: (Above, from left) Mark Sheehan, Danny O'Donoghue and Glen Power of The Script.


Going down under

Local chef Sam Leong to join Margaret River Gourmet Escape for the first time

Sam Leong
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Must-see MVs

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Bush is back

Our resident Kiss92 DJ/journo celebrates the return of the legendary weirdo songstress Kate Bush

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What keeps If I Stay's teen star Chloe Grace Moretz from going off the rails?

Chloe Grace Moretz.
GROWING UP: Jamie Blackley and Chloe Grace Moretz in If I Stay.

It's almost impossible to believe that Chloe Grace Moretz is only 17.

It's not just that she's already been a major star since appearing as a purple wigged assassin in Kick-Ass back in 2010. It's that she's always seemed mature beyond her years.

Ahead of the release of If I Stay Jason Johnson looks at why this mature-beyond-her -years actress is avoidingthe pitfalls of fame and staying on the right track.

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Three times the charm

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Child stars triumphant

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