Thursday, May 28, 2015   

Taiwanese actor apologizes for drug offenses
(08-19 12:40)

Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko Chen-tung tearfully apologized to his fans and family, saying he was regretful for taking drugs, a footage was shown on mainland state media CCTV.
Ko said he had made a very big mistake and set a very bad example.
His agency, Star Ritz Productions, said the 23-year-old had received a 14-day detention and also apologized to the public.
Meanwhile, Hong Kong actor Jaycee Chan Jo-ming admitted to Chinese police that he started stashing marijuana one to two years ago. The son of superstar Jackie Chan was reported to the police that he had drugs at home. Cops ended up seizing more than 100 grams of marijuana at Chan's flat in Beijing.   
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