Compiled by SIM LEOI LEOI, C. ARUNO and R. ARAVINTHAN
TAIWAN-based Ukrainian model Tatiana Lin has dropped hints to her Malaysian boyfriend Hero Tai about wanting to get married soon, reported China Press.
Lin recently caught the wedding bouquet at Taiwanese artiste Lyla Ho’s wedding reception.
However, she fell and scraped both her arms in the process.
“I really want this bouquet. I want to get married. I am no longer an 18-year-old girl. (I am ) 24 years old and it is time,” she told local media.
In a bid to humour his girlfriend, Tai wrapped his finger around Lin’s finger in what appeared to be a “replacement ring” for a wedding proposal, to which Lin replied with an enthusiastic “Yes!”.
It is uncertain if this was an actual proposal.
Tai later said he understood what Lin wanted.
“She worked so hard to grab the bouquet. The hints were very clear,” he said.
The couple acknowledged they were in a relationship in August this year, adding that they started out as friends with benefits before falling in love.
Tai even brought Lin home to Malaysia in July 2022 to meet his parents.
In the past, Tai was reported to have dated Anechka Marchenko, a Russian TV presenter based in Taiwan, in 2015.
However, the relationship lasted only five months.
Tai, who is originally from Parit Buntar, Perak, is known for his roles in Kepong Gangster, The Perfect Girl and Tears of the Mom.
> The ban against Taiwanese-American heartthrob Wang Leehom on Chinese social media appears to have been lifted, reported Sin Chew Daily.
The ban was on the purported misbehaving celebrity after accusations of infidelity a year ago.
His songs that disappeared online after ex-wife Lee Jinglei accused him of multiple affairs in December 2021 can now be found once more on Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter.
His fans were overjoyed.
“Our hero has returned! The Chinese music scene needs a music genius like you,” one wrote.
The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.