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Youthful triangles in Hong Kong. Jerry, Cherrie, and Lok are a pop trio, and the boys have agreed not to court Cherrie for the good of the group. Jerry's a feckless playboy, but he falls ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Gigi Leung ...
Eric Kot ...
Hui Lok
Christine Ng ...
Siu-Kei Lee ...
Tung Zhi-Chuen
Vincent Kok ...
Fat Party Guest
Spencer Lam ...
Kar-Ying Law ...
Wyman Wong ...
Mahjong Player
Allen Ting ...
Thomas Li
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yuet-Ming Chiu
Wai-Wah Lee
Sammy Leung ...
(as Sammy)
Bo-San Lo


Youthful triangles in Hong Kong. Jerry, Cherrie, and Lok are a pop trio, and the boys have agreed not to court Cherrie for the good of the group. Jerry's a feckless playboy, but he falls hard for the beautiful and talented Fonfong; she becomes his roommate as Cherrie looks on. Lok has two women in his life, the young and innocent Man-Yi, and Rachel, a mysterious minx into bondage and sexual excess. Things come to a head when Fonfong has a chance to study in Paris and Rachel takes things a bit far with Lok. It's time for Jerry and Lok to look around: is true love closer at hand? And what about Cherrie, who's been bruised often by Jerry: what will she decide? Written by <>

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20 July 1996 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Bai fen bai gan jue  »

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Philosophy refuted on unethical grounds
15 September 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Comic based reference, author Lau Wankit First copy printed 1988, by CitiComics Cameo, Lau Ying Kit 2013

Heavily biased romantic prophecy deployed by the psychiatric services with subject control at academic institutions based on loosely distinguished characters that are set on counter egos with picturesque delusions. Economic mess need discipline across academic, business, social and family situations.

The comic novels of Hong Kong had little censorship for children and teenagers. Youth literature was influenced by citi and witi comics, chaired with Ae Hong, cross influenced by the popular music industry with his girlfriend, later wife, Vivian Chow, on the front cover of Yes Magazine.

Vivian Chow had long black hair and might have been the spin-off celebrity from the comic's focal, Cherie (勵懲), spun from the confectionery manufactured by the Ferrero brand, now withheld from the Hong Kong market. The magazine contained delusive psychological tests that limited the teenagers' normal sense of friendship and companionship.

The ethical problems risen from the distribution with regards to local and international youth were:

1. The copies were available to purchase by young children not even teenagers despite the adult rated content that ought be outlawed

2. The commercial media and product spin-offs became propaganda to local youths with little choice different from the surround news stations and broadcasts

3. The psychiatric profession had abused policy limiting youths from otherwise knowledgeable attainment

4. The fantasies of the authorised team had unfair advantage commercially secluding trial figures without formal consent to complete the series, linguistically pressurising the plaintiffs to enactment with lateral policy

5. The etymological coining of psychiatric definitions to be contrasted with criminology and sociology

6. Children were raised not with normal regular non-reference and other out of context preoccupations

7. There is a normal aversion from the familiarity of characters that means the philosophy refuted on unethical grounds.

8. The censorship in Hong Kong should discern and discipline the doctrine that the community suffers from across academic, business, social and family situations where seen.

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