JYJ’S Jaejoong’s sister Kim Suk Jin tweeted on Monday March 19, 2012 (Seoul Korea’s time & day),however, for USA fans Sunday March 18, 2012.
Kim tweeted a heartwarming message about Jaejoong’s current state and the news on his condition is he’s still taking it really hard and asking his fans to please give him strength and support by sending him words of encouragement.
Jaejoong had taking the death of fellow JYJ member Yoochun’s father’s death hard and was unable to attend the funeral. He collapsed, received an IV treatment, and was sent home to recuperate.
To all Jaejoong fans, please flood his Twitter account with loving and encouraging words help him through this difficult time. Fans please help put many smiles on his face so he can bounce back to that funny person again.
Jaejoong,probably has multiple things going on, traveling in between Los Angeles to do their Chile and Peru concerts, saseasng / stalker fans incident, as far as fans know, not communicating with the one person that always protected and loved him which is TVXQ’s Yunho along with receiving love from TVXQ’s Changmin. Who knows what else has Jaejoong depressed. He may have had a nervous breakdown. A lot things are probably on his mind. Poor Jaejoong! Where in the world is Yunho in his time of need?
In a past quote from Jaejoong (TVXQ’s days), “I think that Yunhoand I met for a reason. With him in my life I feel more happy for some reason.” – Jaejoong
Calling out for all Jaejoong fans around the world, let him know how much he means to you and you’re there for him every step of the way.
NOTE: If you don’t tweet, you may leave messages here and they will be forwarded to Jaejoong’s sister and Jaejoong.
According to XINMSN, Taiwanese actress Xiao Zhen’s husband Li Jin Liang, a famous plastic surgeon in Taiwan, was caught cheating on his wife a total of 13 times. He had always claimed that he was merely socialising.
Last Thursday, the surgeon was once again photographed going to three different night clubs with a tattooed girl named Alison, a blonde and other friends. After the incident, Li defended himself, claiming that “those were just socialising activities that every Taiwanese man goes through”.
Although Li was spotted by the paparazzi many times, his father-in-law Taiwanese veteran host Hu Gua had continuously show his support, and Xiao Zhen would forgive her husband without qualms.
Yesterday, at the recording of Taiwanese variety show The Diamond Club, Xiao Zhen was on the verge of tears, when she said, “I don’t have the ability to keep this man by my side. I’ll choose to let go when the time comes.”
The media probed if the actress referred to getting a divorce. She hesitated before replying, “I’m still considering.”
Xiao Zhen expressed that she could no longer tolerate her husband’s ways and explanations, and had already discussed the issue with her father and he had given her his full support. She added that she had not sat down and talked to her husband, and would not consider a separation yet, because she is unwilling to let go of their eight-year relationship.
The actress said that she needed more time to think through her decisions because of her daughter.
The media asked if Li could save their marriage, should he vow not to make the same mistakes again.
Xiao Zhen coldly replied, “He can’t even promise the media [he wouldn’t do it again]. This is the boiling point. It’s difficult to fix something that’s broken.”
The media tried to contact Hu Gua yesterday, but to no avail. Li was also unreachable. In a previous TV interview, Li had hoped to have a good talk with Xiao Zhen after she calms down.
Zhen’s husband has cheated 13 times and keeps giving her lame excuses as to why he’s out with several women and going to night clubs. Zhen said she is thinking about her daughter but she should think about her heart and mind.
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Posted: Sunday March 18, 2012 @ 2:45 p.m. PST
Following weeks of controversy, Taiwan singer-actress Makiyo and her male Japanese friend Takateru Tomoyori arrived at a settlement with Lin Yu Jun, the cabby driver they attacked last month, during the second hearing of their cabby assault case at the Taipei District Court on Thursday, reported Taiwan media.
The cabby driver who was attacked by the pair, offered to settle the case for NT$3.8 million (S$162,500).
This sum was later brought down to NT$3 million (S$128,000), following discussions between the lawyers of all three parties.
According to Tomoyori’s lawyer, Tomoyori and Makiyo will come up with NT$1.5 million (S$64,100) each.
In light of the settlement, prosecutors have also revised the penalties they sought for Makiyo from a four-year prison term to a 16 month-term, which they propose to have commuted to four years probation, pointing out that she had no prior convictions and deserved a slightly lighter sentence.
They also accepted Tomoyori’s explanation that he had only assaulted Lin for Makiyo’s sake and revised the six-year jail term they originally sought for Tomoyori to a two-year jail term, which they proposed to have commuted to five years probation.
Makiyo appeared visibly relieved after the settlement was reached, and stood silently beside her lawyer as she addressed the media after the hearing.
“I believe Makiyo will work harder to resolve the problems she presently has. I hope everyone can forgive Makiyo and give Makiyo a chance to turn over a new leaf,” said the star’s lawyer.
Toyomori also took some time to speak to the horde of reporters who gathered around him when he exited the Taipei District Court.
“I am grateful to the judge and the prosecutors for giving me another chance. I apologise to the whole of Taiwan society for my actions and hope Lin recovers soon,” said Tomoyori.
According to CNN, A 23-year-old English Premier League soccer player was in intensive care Sunday after suffering cardiac arrest during a game in London, his club said.
The match between top-flight teams Bolton and Tottenham was called off after Fabrice Muamba, a Bolton midfielder, collapsed on the pitch before halftime. Medics came onto the field to try to revive him while fans and players looked on in shock.
Muamba was taken to the Heart Attack Center at The London Chest Hospital, where he was in critical condition in intensive care, according to his club, Bolton Wanderers.
It said Muamba received “prolonged resuscitation” on the ground and en route to the hospital, where his heart eventually started working.
“As is normal medical practice, Fabrice remains anesthetized in intensive care and will be for at least 24 hours,” the club said in a statement. “His condition continues to be closely monitored by the cardiac specialists at the hospital.”
Muamba, who is from the Democratic Republic of Congo and has represented England at under-21 level, fell to the ground in the 41st minute with no other players near him.
Referee Howard Webb consulted both teams before calling off the match at Tottenham’s home ground in London, which was a quarterfinal tie in England’s prestigious knockout competition, the FA Cup.
A member of CNN World Sport’s London staff was at the match at White Hart Lane and described the situation.
“We were situated on the halfway line. … Fabrice Muamba just hit the deck out of nowhere,” assistant producer Zayn Nabbi said by phone.
“We realized quite quickly that this was serious because the medical staff all rushed on and they were waved onto the field by the Tottenham players. From what we saw they were trying to resuscitate Fabrice Muamba.”
Bolton Wanderers announced Sunday that its match with Aston Villa, scheduled for Tuesday evening, was postponed after talks with the club and the Premier League. Bolton thanked them both for their support and understanding.
Muamba’s peers have been quick to show their support on micro-blogging website Twitter.
“For all those asking, I know as much as you do,” wrote clubmate Stuart Holden, a U.S. international. “Waiting anxiously for updates from teammates. Fab is a fighter! prayforMuamba.”
Tottenham’s Rafael van der Vaart wrote: “Terrible what happened with Muamba during the game. We’re all praying for him.”
The last player to die after collapsing in a match in Britain was Motherwell’s Phil O’Donnell, who suffered heart failure during a 2007 game against Scottish rivals Dundee United and passed away on the way to hospital.
The most high-profile such tragedy was when Cameroon international Marc-Vivian Foe collapsed during a Confederations Cup semifinal against Colombia in 2003 and died in hospital.
There have been two similar incidents more recently in Spain, involving Sevilla’s Antonio Puerta in 2007 and Espanyol’s Daniel Jarque in 2009.
Muamba grew up in Kinshasa, the capital of what was then known as Zaire. After moving to the UK in 1999 he began his football career with Premier League club Arsenal in 2005 but did not make a first-team appearance in the top division and was loaned out to Birmingham.
He signed a permanent deal with the Midlands club in 2007 before moving to Bolton a year later for a fee of £5 million ($8 million).
English Football Association chairman David Bernstein paid tribute to Muamba, who played for his country at most age-group levels.
“Fabrice has played 33 times for England Under-21s, captaining Stuart Pearce’s side during this time, and is a player — and more importantly — a person we care greatly for,” Bernstein said.
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore praised those at the game for the way they reacted to the situation.
“We would like to praise the players, match officials, coaching staff and medical teams of both clubs at White Hart Lane for their swift actions in attending Fabrice,” Scudamore said in a statement.
“The League would also like to commend the compassion shown by the fans of Bolton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur.”
Those sentiments were echoed by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, who in a club statement, thanked both sets of fans for their support and behavior.
Levy said: “Too often we read the negatives about football and yet last night, at a time of intense emergency and uncertainty, we saw the true humanity and empathy of the footballing family.”