Hong Kong actor Kenneth Ma has been linked to an actress whose surname is Tong since he broke up with actress Jacqueline Wong last year. On June 12, he was photographed by the media driving to Roxanne Tong's house. He stayed at her apartment for about four hours before they were seen leaving together for a shopping trip at about 8pm. Both Ma, 46, and Tong, 33, admitted to their relationship a few hours later. They posted a photo of a toy unicorn and a toy white horse on their respective Instagram accounts on June 13, with the caption, "Thanks for the care", and tagged each other in the posts.
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Chinese Girlfriend to Hong Kong to Live With Me
By Chris Lau. A mainland Chinese man who flew to Hong Kong to pursue a cyber-romance was jailed for 10 months on Tuesday after his supposedly year-old girlfriend turned out to be Shanghai interior designer Lu Wei, 28, came to the city last year to meet the girl, whom he had met playing games online, the District Court heard. Only after things had turned intimate did he learn that the girl, who had told him she was 22, was actually a decade younger. The court heard he decided to stay in the city and accept his punishment, despite having already bought a ticket home. He was sentenced on Tuesday after pleading guilty earlier to two counts of unlawful sex with a girl under 13, which carry a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. That showed Lu, who said he really loved the girl before knowing her real age, had never wanted to exploit the underage woman, she said.
Having a relationship with a Chinese partner resident on the Mainland can be problematic if you wish to share your lives together in Hong Kong…. I am looking to take up employment in Hong Kong from November 1st. My biggest concern is the ability and feasibility for my girlfriend from Mainland China to be able to join me in Hong Kong. She only graduated just over a year ago, so a Mainland Talent visa , I assume, is definitely out.
It represents a negative stereotype portraying Hong Kong women as worshiping money, narcissistic , being obsessed with foreign culture, and suffering from the so-called " Princess Syndrome " which means girls or non-married women requesting others to treat her like a princess. Hong Kong women were usually compared with Chinese women and Taiwanese women due to the Chinese family background and similar Chinese sociocultural background. In the past, compared to women in South East Asian countries, Hong Kong women were described as being independent, subjective and ambitious in work, which are much more outstanding and positive.