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Han Geng and Wu Zun fight for two days

26 Feb

Sina Entertainment Reports: February 25th Beijing Time.

According to Hong Kong press, Wu Chun and Han Geng participated in Action director Sammo Hung’s Hell-like training for movie. Since before the filming of the movie started, Sammo Hung trained the two male leads according to the fight and action scenes in the movie for two months. From cable hanging to wrestling to one on one fights, Sammo Hung personally supervised and corrected their movements. He even demonstrated the fight scenes personally on the scene while filming. Under the training of Sammo Hung, both (Han Geng and Wu Chun) became “mirror Donnie Yen”, and weren’t afraid to keep on reshooting to find perfection.
A fight scene in the movie when the brothers Wu Chun and Han Geng became enemies even took 50 hours of continuous filming to complete. The danger of this scene was immensely high; Sammo Hung and another action actor try it for over ten times before letting Wu Chun on. In this scene Han Geng tightly held on to a dagger and closes in on Wu Chun only to get kicked to the story below by Wu Chun. Although they were hanging by cables, but both of their shoulders and feet were greatly injured and the back of their hands were also completely raw. The see as their representative work, and the film will air in the second half of the year.

Source: ENT Xinmin
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[Video] Hangeng – Seesan Bantering (w/o sub)

26 Feb

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Hangeng defends SM Entertainment in ‘Marie Claire China’

24 Jan

Hangeng recently did a photoshoot for Marie Claire China, and while the photos were indeed gorgeous, fans were more interested in what he had to say about the general state of the entertainment business in Korea. Continue reading

Han Geng on winning the lawsuit with SME

2 Jan

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SM to appeal the ruling over Hangeng’s lawsuit

28 Dec

Super Junior’s Hangeng won his lawsuit against SM Entertainment to void his contract. Seoul Central District Court civil court 30th division (head judge Noh Mankyung) ruled in favor of the plaintiff on December 20th in the case filed by group Super Junior’s Chinese member Hangeng against the management company SM Entertainment. The court held that the contracts made between Hangeng and SM in January 2003, February 2007 and December 2007 were void.

Hangeng filed a lawsuit in December 2009 against the management company SM to confirm the invalidity of the contract. Afterward, Hangeng ended all contacts with SM. Then, SM revealed their stance claiming, “we want to solve this by communication for Super Junior.” However, when they could not get in touch with Hangeng, they chose an attorney to act for them in the lawsuit.

In 2001, Hangeng was discovered through an audition in China and worked as the Chinese member of Super Junior since 2005.

Source: Star Today
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Hangeng wins his Lawsuit against SM

28 Dec

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Seoul Central District Court civil court 30th division (head judge Noh Mankyung) made a ruling on December 20th in the case filed by group Super Junior’s Chinese member Hangeng against the management company SM Entertainment. The judge ruled in favor of the plaintiff in the lawsuit over the validity of the exclusive contract.

Hankgeng filed a lawsuit in December 2009 against the management company SM claiming he cannot maintain his unfair exclusive contract.

Source: Newsis
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2010 Top 10 Outstanding Chinese Youth Revealed In London

28 Dec

England Big Ben Awards Organizing Committee revealed to the reporter of Fujian News Net that on the 20th, by the Big Ben Awards Organizing Committee, World Youth Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Yan Huang International Federation of Youth Culture and Federation of Chinese Elite Youth, they held a conference for the ‘2010 England, Canada and China’s Top 10 Outstanding Chinese Youth’ and revealed the official list of winners.

The winners of ‘2010 China’s Top 10 Outstanding Chinese Youth’ are as followed:

Jiang You Bo (Political and Business – CEO of DEM, Taiwan/America)
Deng Ya Ping (Public Services/Media – Secretary of People’s Daily, He Nan/England)
Han Geng (Cultural&Sports – Singer, Hei Long Jiang/South Korea)
Liu Jian Wei (Education – Professor, Liao Ning/England)
Rui Cheng Gang (Public Services – TV Media, Wei An/America)
Tang Zi Jia (Business – Executive Director of Tomson Group, Hong Kong/America)
Wang Xiao Fei (Business – South Beauty Group, Beijing/France)
Zhang Chao Yang (Professional/Business – CEO of Sohu, Shan Xi/America)
Zhang Lin (Cultural&Sports – Professional Swimmer, Beijing/Australia)
Zhang Xin (Business – CEO of Soho, China, Beijing/England)

The director of Big Ben Awards Organizing Committee, Li Jun Cheng expressed that the Big Ben Awards started their selection of the Top 10 Outstanding Chinese Youth on the 21st June 2010. At the same time, they announced it and accept recommendations. The launch of Big Ben Awards – Top 10 Outstanding Chinese Youth is to commend youths who had studied or work overseas with outstanding performance and had contributions towards China, setting an example for different areas and careers.

We understand that ‘2010 Big Ben Awards Ceremony’ will be held together with the awards presentation ceremony for the top 10 commercial enterprises either in the year 2011 in China, Beijing or the HQ of Big Ben Awards, London.

[T/N: The youths they meant are those who went back to China from overseas after studying or working.]

Source: http://www.fj.chinanews.com/news/2010/20…1046.shtml
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