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Chances for reconciliation? Jennifer Yu and Carlos Chan keep in touch

Hong Kong Arts Centre (香港藝術中心) renamed one of the facilities as “Louis Koo Cinema” which would begin at night on 20th July 2018. Although Louis was absent due to his work, but he continued to shoot films to show his support and arrange Men on the Dragon (逆流大叔), Tracey (翠絲) and Throw Down (柔道龍虎榜) movies to air in the cinema one after another. Men on the Dragon film is starring Jennifer Yu (余香凝) and Tony Wu (胡子彤), directed by Sunny Chan (陳詠燊) and they were present at the ceremony. It was Jennifer’s first public appearance after breaking up with Carlos Chan (陳家樂).

Jennifer expressed she had been working continuously and travelling to Malaysia, Taiwan and New York to attend film festivals. When asked if she took the opportunity for relaxation, Jennifer said: “I am trying to focus on my work and the crew team even treats me to durian in Malaysia. I also keep eating in Taiwan and New York and staying for a few more days in New York, as planning to pursue an acting course over there.”

Jennifer denied about leaving the place bringing her “sadness” and the people surrounding her were extremely worried about her: “I told my mother I wanted to learn diving and she kept objecting to it. She feared it was an impulse decision. (Any chances for reconciliation?) I am not thinking much now and my career is my top priority. Carlos and I do keep in touch and show concern for each other at times.”

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