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PITTSBURGH-SHOOTING/
RTS24DNM
November 03, 2018
Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie greets an attendee at a "Show Up For Shabbat" service at JCC Harlem following...
New York, UNITED STATES
Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie greets an attendee at a "Show Up For Shabbat" service at JCC Harlem following...
Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie greets an attendee at a "Show Up For Shabbat" service at JCC Harlem following last Saturday's shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue, in Pittsburgh, in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 3, 2018. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/STUDENTS
RTX4KLND
January 26, 2018
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei (L), 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan,...
Hong Kong, China
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei and suspended student Andrew Chan take...
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei (L), 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan, 22, take part in a rally inside the university in Hong Kong, China January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/STUDENTS
RTX4KLMT
January 26, 2018
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei (R), 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan,...
Hong Kong, China
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei and suspended student Andrew Chan take...
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei (R), 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan, 22, take part in a rally inside the university in Hong Kong, China January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/STUDENTS
RTX4KLMK
January 26, 2018
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei, 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan,...
Hong Kong, China
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei and suspended student Andrew Chan join...
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei, 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan, 22, join a protest march by students inside the university in Hong Kong, China January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/STUDENTS
RTX4KLHH
January 26, 2018
Students take part in a rally to support suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei...
Hong Kong, China
Students take part in a rally to support suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei...
Students take part in a rally to support suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei and suspended student Andrew Chan inside the university in Hong Kong, China January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/STUDENTS
RTX4KLHA
January 26, 2018
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei (R), 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan,...
Hong Kong, China
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei and suspended student Andrew Chan chant...
Suspended Baptist University student union leader Lau Tsz-kei (R), 20, and suspended student Andrew Chan, 22, chant slogans during a protest inside the university in Hong Kong, China January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
POPE-HOLYLAND/
RTR3QXVH
May 26, 2014
Pope Francis exchanges gifts with Israel Rabbis Yitzhak Yosef (L) and David Lau during a meeting in Jerusalem...
Jerusalem, Israel
Pope Francis exchanges gifts with Israel Rabbis Yitzhak Yosef (L) and David Lau during a meeting in Jerusalem...
Pope Francis exchanges gifts with Israel Rabbis Yitzhak Yosef (L) and David Lau during a meeting in Jerusalem May 26, 2014. Pope Francis navigated the minefield of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and humbly bowed to kiss the hands of Holocaust survivors on Monday, the last day of a Mideast trip laden with bold personal gestures. REUTERS/Andrew Medichini/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS)
POPE-HOLYLAND/
RTR3QWAP
May 26, 2014
Pope Francis listens to a speech as he meets Israel's Rabies David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef in Jerusalem,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Pope Francis listens to a speech as he meets Israel's Rabies David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef in Jerusalem...
Pope Francis listens to a speech as he meets Israel's Rabies David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef in Jerusalem, May 26, 2014. Pope Francis navigated the minefield of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and humbly bowed to kiss the hands of Holocaust survivors on Monday, the last day of a Mideast trip laden with bold personal gestures. REUTERS/Andrew Medichini/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-HOLYLAND/
RTR3QWAD
May 26, 2014
Pope Francis listens to a speech as he meets Israel's Rabies David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef in Jerusalem,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Pope Francis listens to speech as he meets Israel's Rabies David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef in Jerusalem
Pope Francis listens to a speech as he meets Israel's Rabies David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef in Jerusalem, May 26, 2014. Pope Francis navigated the minefield of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and humbly bowed to kiss the hands of Holocaust survivors on Monday, the last day of a Mideast trip laden with bold personal gestures. REUTERS/Andrew Medichini/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-HOLYLAND/
RTR3QW2M
May 26, 2014
Pope Francis (C) meets Israel's Rabies David Lau (L) and Yitzhak Yosef (R) in Jerusalem May 26, 2014....
Jerusalem, Israel
Pope Francis meets Israel's Rabies David Lau and Yitzhak Yosef in Jerusalem
Pope Francis (C) meets Israel's Rabies David Lau (L) and Yitzhak Yosef (R) in Jerusalem May 26, 2014. Francis completes a tour of the Holy Land on Monday, paying homage to Jews killed in the Nazi Holocaust and looking to affirm Christian rights at a disputed place of worship in Jerusalem. REUTERS/Andrew Medichini/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTX14MHZ
October 24, 2013
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal, Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Witnesses are pictured during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection...
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal, Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President for Optum/QSSI, Lynn Spellecy, corporate counsel for Equifax Workforce Solutions
and John Lau, program director for Serco, are pictured at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
USA-HEALTHCARE
RTX14MDQ
October 24, 2013
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal;
Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Witnesses are pictured during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection...
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal;
Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President for Optum/QSSI;
Lynn Spellecy, corporate counsel for Equifax Workforce Solutions
and John Lau, program director for Serco are pictured at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
USA-HEALTHCARE
RTX14MDO
October 24, 2013
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal;
Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Witnesses are pictured during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection...
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal;
Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President for Optum/QSSI;
Lynn Spellecy, corporate counsel for Equifax Workforce Solutions and John Lau, program director for Serco are pictured at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTX14MDA
October 24, 2013
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal;
Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Witnesses are sworn-in during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection...
(L-R) Cheryl Campbell, Senior Vice President of CGI Federal;
Andrew Slavitt, Executive Vice President for Optum/QSSI;
Lynn Spellecy, corporate counsel for Equifax Workforce Solutions
and John Lau, program director for Serco are sworn-in to testify at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
HONGKONG/
RTR398N9
October 17, 2012
(L-R) Francis Ng, Andrew Lau, Sammo Hung, Chow Yun-fat, Huang Xiao-ming, Wong Jing and Manfred Wong pose...
Hong Kong, China
Ng, Lau, Hung, Yun-fat, Xiao-ming, Jing and Wong pose for a picture in Hong Kong
(L-R) Francis Ng, Andrew Lau, Sammo Hung, Chow Yun-fat, Huang Xiao-ming, Wong Jing and Manfred Wong pose for a picture as they attend a news conference on their latest movie "The Last Tycoon" in Hong Kong October 17, 2012. The movie, about gangsters in Shanghai, will be released in December 2012. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-VENICE/
RTR2HT7E
September 01, 2010
Director Andrew Lau (R) poses with his wife during the red carpet for "The Legend of the Fist: The Return...
Venice, Italy
Director Lau poses with his wife at the 67th Venice Film Festival
Director Andrew Lau (R) poses with his wife during the red carpet for "The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" at the 67th Venice Film Festival September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-VENICE/
RTR2HT7C
September 01, 2010
(L to R) Hong Kong actors Shawn Yue and Donnie Yen pose with director Andrew Lau during the red carpet...
Venice, Italy
Hong Kong actors Yue and Yen pose with director Lau during red carpet for their film "The Legend of the...
(L to R) Hong Kong actors Shawn Yue and Donnie Yen pose with director Andrew Lau during the red carpet for their film "The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" at the 67th Venice Film Festival September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-VENICE/
RTR2HT6P
September 01, 2010
Hong Kong actors Donnie Yen (L) and Shawn Yue (R) pose with director Andrew Lau during the red carpet...
Venice, Italy
Hong Kong actors Yen and Yue pose with director Lau in Venice
Hong Kong actors Donnie Yen (L) and Shawn Yue (R) pose with director Andrew Lau during the red carpet for their film "The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" at the 67th Venice Film Festival September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-VENICE
RTR2HSFD
September 01, 2010
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses during a photocall for his film "The Legend of the Fist: The Return...
Venice, Italy
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses during a photocall at the 67th Venice Film Festival
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses during a photocall for his film "The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" at the 67th Venice Film Festival September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-VENICE
RTR2HSEZ
September 01, 2010
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses during a photocall for his film "The Legend of the Fist: The Return...
Venice, Italy
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses during a photocall at the 67th Venice Film Festival
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses during a photocall for his film "The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" at the 67th Venice Film Festival September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-VENICE
RTR2HSD0
September 01, 2010
Hong Kong actors Donnie Yen (R) and Shawn Yue (L) pose with director Andrew Lau during a photocall for...
Venice, Italy
Hong Kong actors Yen and Yue pose with director Lau during a photocall at the 67th Venice Film Festival...
Hong Kong actors Donnie Yen (R) and Shawn Yue (L) pose with director Andrew Lau during a photocall for their film "The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen" at the 67th Venice Film Festival September 1, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
HONGKONG
RTR2CYOW
April 18, 2010
Hong Kong actress Josie Ho (R) and director Andrew Lau arrive for the Hong Kong Film Awards presentation...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong actress Josie Ho and director Andrew Lau arrive for the Hong Kong Film Awards presentation...
Hong Kong actress Josie Ho (R) and director Andrew Lau arrive for the Hong Kong Film Awards presentation ceremony April 18, 2010. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDZ
February 23, 2008
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau Wai-Keung (L) and Majid Majidi of Iran listen to a question during the...
Beijing, China
Hong Kong director Lau and Iran's Majidi listen to a question in Beijing
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau Wai-Keung (L) and Majid Majidi of Iran listen to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. The Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Lau, Majidi, Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Patrice Leconte of France and Daryl Goodrich of Britain. The short films are about Beijing and the people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDY
February 23, 2008
Majid Majidi of Iran listens to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February...
Beijing, China
Majid Majidi of Iran listens to a question in Beijing
Majid Majidi of Iran listens to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. The Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Majidi, Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Patrice Leconte of France, Daryl Goodrich of Britain and Andrew Lau Wai-Keung of Hong Kong. The short films are about Beijing and the people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDX
February 23, 2008
British director Daryl Goodrich answers a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing...
Beijing, China
British director Goodrich answers a question in Beijing
British director Daryl Goodrich answers a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. The Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Goodrich, Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Majid Majidi of Iran, Patrice Leconte of France, and Andrew Lau Wai-Keung of Hong Kong. The short films are about Beijing and the people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDW
February 23, 2008
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau-Wai-Keung listens to a journalist's question during the Vision Beijing...
Beijing, China
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau listens to a question in Beijing
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau-Wai-Keung listens to a journalist's question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Majid Majidi of Iran, Patrice Leconte of France, Daryl Goodrich of Great Britain and Andrew Lau-Wai-Keung of Hong Kong. The short films are about Beijing and its people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDV
February 23, 2008
Majid Majidi of Iran listens to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February...
Beijing, China
Majid Majidi of Iran listens to a question in Beijing
Majid Majidi of Iran listens to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. The Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Majidi, Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Patrice Leconte of France, Daryl Goodrich of Great Britain and Andrew Lau Wai-Keung of Hong Kong. The short films are about Beijing and the people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDU
February 23, 2008
British director Daryl Goodrich (L) listens to a journalist's question during the Vision Beijing news...
Beijing, China
British director Goodrich listens to a journalist's question in Beijing
British director Daryl Goodrich (L) listens to a journalist's question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. The Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Goodrich, Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Majid Majidi of Iran, Patrice Leconte of France and Andrew Lau Wai-Keung of Hong Kong. The short films are about Beijing and the people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDR
February 23, 2008
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau Wai-Keung listens to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference...
Beijing, China
Hong Kong director Lau listens to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau Wai-Keung listens to a question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. The Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Lau, Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Majid Majidi of Iran, Patrice Leconte of France and Daryl Goodrich of Britain. The short films are about Beijing and the people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-DIRECTORS/
RTR1XGDP
February 23, 2008
British director Daryl Goodrich listens to a journalist's question during the Vision Beijing news conference...
Beijing, China
British director Goodrich listens to a journalist's question during the Vision Beijing news conference...
British director Daryl Goodrich listens to a journalist's question during the Vision Beijing news conference in Beijing February 23, 2008. The Vision Beijing project showcases five short films by five world famous film directors namely Goodrich, Giuseppe Tornatore of Italy, Majid Majidi of Iran, Patrice Leconte of France and Andrew Lau Wai-Keung of Hong Kong. The short films are about Beijing and its people's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games, a media release stated. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OSCAR-DEPARTED/HONG KONG
RTR1MUS7
February 26, 2007
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with a poster of the movie "Infernal Affairs", featuring actors Tony...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with poster of movie "Infernal Affairs" in Hong Kong
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with a poster of the movie "Infernal Affairs", featuring actors Tony Leung (R in poster) and Andy Lau, in Hong Kong February 26, 2007. The stunning Oscars showing of "The Departed" will give Hong Kong's ailing film industry a much-needed boost, said Lau, co-director of the hit "Infernal Affairs" on which veteran director Martin Scorsese's thriller was based. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
OSCAR-DEPARTED/HONG KONG
RTR1MUS6
February 26, 2007
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with a poster of the movie "Infernal Affairs", featuring actors Tony...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with poster of movie "Infernal Affairs" in Hong Kong
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with a poster of the movie "Infernal Affairs", featuring actors Tony Leung (R in poster) and Andy Lau, in Hong Kong February 26, 2007. The stunning Oscars showing of "The Departed" will give Hong Kong's ailing film industry a much-needed boost, said Lau, co-director of the hit "Infernal Affairs" on which veteran director Martin Scorsese's thriller was based. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
OSCAR-DEPARTED/HONG KONG
RTR1MUS3
February 26, 2007
Director Andrew Lau poses in Hong Kong February 26, 2007. The stunning Oscars showing of "The Departed"...
Hong Kong, China
Director Andrew Lau poses in Hong Kong
Director Andrew Lau poses in Hong Kong February 26, 2007. The stunning Oscars showing of "The Departed" will give Hong Kong's ailing film industry a much-needed boost, said Lau, co-director of the hit "Infernal Affairs" on which veteran director Martin Scorsese's thriller was based. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
OSCAR-DEPARTED/HONG KONG
RTR1MURH
February 26, 2007
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with a poster of the movie "Infernal Affairs", featuring actors Tony...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with poster of movie "Infernal Affairs" in Hong Kong
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau poses with a poster of the movie "Infernal Affairs", featuring actors Tony Leung (R in poster) and Andy Lau, in Hong Kong February 26, 2007. The stunning Oscars showing of "The Departed" will give Hong Kong's ailing film industry a much-needed boost, said Lau, co-director of the hit "Infernal Affairs" on which veteran director Martin Scorsese's thriller was based. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBXC
July 09, 2006
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung (L) and Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro attend a news conference introducing...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong actor Leung and Taiwanese actor Kaneshiro attend news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong actor Tony Leung (L) and Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro attend a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBWT
July 09, 2006
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau attends a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong director Lau attends news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau attends a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBWL
July 09, 2006
Chinese actress Xu Jinglei and Hong Kong actor Tony Leung pose during a news conference introducing the...
Hong Kong, China
Chinese actress Xu and Hong Kong actor Leung pose in Hong Kong
Chinese actress Xu Jinglei and Hong Kong actor Tony Leung pose during a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBWG
July 09, 2006
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro and Taiwanese actress Shu Qi pose during a news conference introducing...
Hong Kong, China
Taiwanese actor Kaneshiro and Taiwanese actress Shu pose during news conference in Hong Kong
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro and Taiwanese actress Shu Qi pose during a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBW6
July 09, 2006
Chinese actress Xu Jinglei attends a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of...
Hong Kong, China
Chinese actress Xu attends news conference in Hong Kong
Chinese actress Xu Jinglei attends a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBW0
July 09, 2006
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi (R) and Chinese actress Xu Jinglei attend a news conference introducing the...
Hong Kong, China
Taiwanese actress Shu and Chinese actress Xu attend news conference in Hong Kong
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi (R) and Chinese actress Xu Jinglei attend a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBVV
July 09, 2006
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi smiles during a news conference introducing the cast of "Confession of Pain",...
Hong Kong, China
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi smiles during news conference in Hong Kong
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi smiles during a news conference introducing the cast of "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBVI
July 09, 2006
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi chats with Hong Kong director Andrew Lau during a news conference introducing...
Hong Kong, China
Taiwanese actress Shu chats with Hong Kong director Lau during news conference in Hong Kong
Taiwanese actress Shu Qi chats with Hong Kong director Andrew Lau during a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1FBVA
July 09, 2006
(From L to R) Hong Kong actor Chapman To, Chinese actress Xu Jinglei, Hong Kong actor Tony Leung, Taiwanese...
Hong Kong, China
To, Xu, Leung, Kaneshiro and Shu pose during news conference in Hong Kong
(From L to R) Hong Kong actor Chapman To, Chinese actress Xu Jinglei, Hong Kong actor Tony Leung, Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro and Taiwanese actress Shu Qi pose during a news conference introducing the cast of the movie "Confession of Pain", to be directed by Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, in Hong Kong July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG ELECTION
RTRAMP3
September 13, 2004
Pro-democracy candidates from the "7.1 United Front", (L-R) Emily Lau, Andrew Cheng and barrister Ronny...
Hong Kong, China
Pro-democracy candidates Emily Lau, Andrew Cheng and Ronny Tong celebrate their win in Hong Kong.
Pro-democracy candidates from the "7.1 United Front", (L-R) Emily Lau, Andrew Cheng and barrister Ronny Tong celebrate their win in the legislative election in Hong Kong September 13, 2004. Hong Kong pro-democracy candidates, stung by a sex scandal, made limited gains against the Beijing camp in legislative polls as voters wary of irking their communist rulers chose stability, results showed on Monday. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY
HONGKONG ELECTION
RTR9YC6
September 03, 2004
Candidates from the pro-democracy "7.1 United Front" (from L) Ricky Or, lawmaker Andrew Cheng, barrister...
Hong Kong
Emily Lau and other pro-democracy candidates campaign in Hong Kong.
Candidates from the pro-democracy "7.1 United Front" (from L) Ricky Or, lawmaker Andrew Cheng, barrister Ronny Tong, lawmaker Emily Lau, Richard Tsoi, lawmaker Wong Sing-chi and Shirley Ho campaign in Hong Kong late September 3, 2004. Hong Kong heads for legislative elections on September 12 that look set to be the most fiercely contested since the former British colony reverted to China in 1997 and may revamp the city's political landscape. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY
HONGKONG ELECTION
RTR9YC0
September 03, 2004
Candidates from the pro-democracy "7.1 United Front" (from L) Ricky Or, lawmaker Andrew Cheng, barrister...
Hong Kong
Emily Lau and other pro-democracy candidates campaign in Hong Kong.
Candidates from the pro-democracy "7.1 United Front" (from L) Ricky Or, lawmaker Andrew Cheng, barrister Ronny Tong, Richard Tsoi, lawmaker Wong Sing-chi, Shirley Ho and lawmaker Emily Lau campaign with their supporters in Hong Kong late September 3, 2004. Hong Kong heads for legislative elections on September 12 that look set to be the most fiercely contested since the former British colony reverted to China in 1997 and may revamp the city's political landscape. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY
HONGKONG POLITICS CANDIDATE
RTR8W5Q
August 04, 2004
Former popular Hong Kong broadcaster Albert Cheng (C), accompanied by veteran lawmaker Emily Lau (L)...
Hong Kong, China
Former popular broadcaster Albert Cheng speaks to supporters in Hong Kong.
Former popular Hong Kong broadcaster Albert Cheng (C), accompanied by veteran lawmaker Emily Lau (L) and his campaign partner Andrew To (2nd-R), speaks to supporters in Hong Kong before registering to run in the Legislative Council elections, August 4, 2004. Commentators say the flamboyant and provocative Cheng, a fiery critic of the governments in Beijing and Hong Kong, may breathe new air into the frustrated democracy movement but his political foray is sure to unnerve Chinese leaders. Picture taken August 4, 2004. REUTERS/Bobby Yip BY/FA
HONGKONG
RTR9254
December 19, 2003
Hong Kong singer Edmond Leung (L) receives his trophy for the best ten gold song presented by Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
HONG KONG SINGER EDMOND LEUNG RECEIVES HIS TROPHY IN HONG KONG.
Hong Kong singer Edmond Leung (L) receives his trophy for the best ten gold song presented by Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (C) and Alan Mak during the Top Ten Chinese Gold Songs Awards in Hong Kong December 19, 2003. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/DL
TAIWAN
RTR8QU0
December 13, 2003
Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau (2nd-R), Alan Mak (L), actress Sandra Ng (2nd-L) and actor Anthony Wong...
Tainan, Taiwan
WINNERS AT GOLDEN HORSE AWARD POSE WITH THEIR TROPHIES IN TAINAN, TAIWAN.
Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau (2nd-R), Alan Mak (L), actress Sandra Ng (2nd-L) and actor Anthony Wong (R) pose with their awards at the 40th Golden Horse Award in the southern Tainan City, December 13, 2003. Lau and Mak won for their work on "Infernal Affairs III". Ng won the best actress award for "Golden Chicken" and Wong won the best supporting actor for "Infernal Affairs III". REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK/fa
TAIWAN
RTR8QSR
December 13, 2003
Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau (L) and Alan Mak pose with their awards for best director for the film...
Tainan, Taiwan
HONG KONG DIRECTORS ANDREW LAU AND ALAN MAK POSE WITH THEIR BEST DIRECTOR AWARDS IN TAINAN, TAIWAN.
Hong Kong directors Andrew Lau (L) and Alan Mak pose with their awards for best director for the film "Infernal Affairs III" at the 40th Golden Horse Award in southern Tainan City December 13, 2003. REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK/FA
CHINA
RTR8DUA
December 08, 2003
The cast of Hong Kong movie "Infernal Affairs III, (L-R) Tony Leung,
Kelly Chan, Andy Lau, Leon Lai...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
THE CAST OF HONG KONG MOVIE INFERNAL AFFAIRS III POSES AFTER A NEWS
CONFERENCE IN BEIJING.
The cast of Hong Kong movie "Infernal Affairs III, (L-R) Tony Leung,
Kelly Chan, Andy Lau, Leon Lai and Do Man Chak, poses after a news
conference in Beijing December 8, 2003. The sequel to the award winning
blockbuster "Infernal Affairs", which opens Asia-wide on December 12,
is about an undercover cop who infiltrates a triad society and a triad
member planted in the police force. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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CHINA
RTR8DSH
December 08, 2003
The cast of Hong Kong movie Infernal Affairs III, (L-R) Andy Lau, Tony
Leung, Kelly Chan and Leon Lai,...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
THE CAST OF HONG KONG MOVIE INFERNAL AFFAIRS III POSE AFTER A NEWS
CONFERENCE IN BEIJING.
The cast of Hong Kong movie Infernal Affairs III, (L-R) Andy Lau, Tony
Leung, Kelly Chan and Leon Lai, pose after a news conference in Beijing
December 8, 2003. The sequel to the award winning blockbuster Infernal
Affairs, which opens Asiawide on December 12, is about an undercover
cop who infiltrates a triad society and a triad member planted in the
police force. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

ASW/CP
HONGKONG
RTR4KEK
October 09, 2003
Hong Kong actors (from Top-L clockwise) Eric Tsang, Leon Lai, Tony
Leung, Andy Lau, Gordon Lam, directors...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
HONG KONG AND CHINA ACTORS POSE BEFORE FILMING OF INFERNAL AFFAIRS III
IN HONG KONG.
Hong Kong actors (from Top-L clockwise) Eric Tsang, Leon Lai, Tony
Leung, Andy Lau, Gordon Lam, directors Andrew Lau, Alan Mak, actor
Anthony Wong and Mainland China actor Chen Daoming pose before the
filming of "Infernal Affairs III" in Hong Kong October 9, 2003. The
first "Infernal Affairs" movie in 2002 became the territory's second
highest-grossing local film behind "Shaolin Soccer". REUTERS/Kin
Cheung

KC
HONGKONG
RTR1Y9O
August 22, 2003
Mainland Chinese actress Li Bingbing poses before the filming of
"Infernal Affairs III" in Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE ACTRESS LI BINGBING POSES BEFOFRE FILMING OF INFERNAL AFFAIRS
III IN HONG KONG.
Mainland Chinese actress Li Bingbing poses before the filming of
"Infernal Affairs III" in Hong Kong August 22, 2003. Five award-winning
actors from Hong Kong and mainland China will play their roles in the
final of the three-part cops-and-robbers thriller, directed by Andrew
Lau and Alan Mak, starring more big names than any Hong Kong film.
"Infernal Affairs" in 2002 became the second highest-grossing local
film behind "Shaolin Soccer" in Hong Kong movie history. REUTERS/Bobby
Yip

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HONGKONG
RTR1Y9K
August 22, 2003
Hong Kong's Andy Lau (L) and Leon Lai pose before the filming of
"Infernal Affairs III" in Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
ANDY LAU AND LEON LAI POSE BEFORE FILMING OF INFERNAL AFFAIRS III.
Hong Kong's Andy Lau (L) and Leon Lai pose before the filming of
"Infernal Affairs III" in Hong Kong August 22, 2003. The final of the
three-part cops-and-robbers thriller, directed by Andrew Lau and Alan
Mak, is starring more big names than any Hong Kong film. "Infernal
Affairs" in 2002 has become the second highest-grossing local film
behind "Shaolin Soccer" in Hong Kong movie history. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/CP
HONGKONG
RTR1Y9A
August 22, 2003
Hong Kong actors Andy Lau (L) and Tony Leung participate in a blessing
ceremony before the filming of...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
ACTORS ANDY LAU AND TONY LEUNG PARTICIPATE IN BLESSING CEREMONY IN HONG
KONG.
Hong Kong actors Andy Lau (L) and Tony Leung participate in a blessing
ceremony before the filming of "Infernal Affairs III" in Hong Kong
August 22, 2003. Five award-winning actors from Hong Kong and mainland
China will play their roles in the final of the three-part
cops-and-robbers thriller, directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak,
starring more big names than any Hong Kong film. "Infernal Affairs" in
2002 became the territory's second highest-grossing local film behind
"Shaolin Soccer". REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/CP
HONGKONG
RTR1Y97
August 22, 2003
Award-winning actors (from L) Eric Tsang, Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Leon
Lai from Hong Kong and Chen Daoming...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
HONG KONG AND CHINA BEST ACTOR WINNERS POSE BEFORE FILMING OF INFERNAL
AFFAIRS III.
Award-winning actors (from L) Eric Tsang, Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Leon
Lai from Hong Kong and Chen Daoming from mainland China pose before the
filming of "Infernal Affairs III" in Hong Kong August 22, 2003. The
final of the three-part cops-and-robbers thriller, directed by Andrew
Lau and Alan Mak, is starring more big names than any Hong Kong film.
"Infernal Affairs" in 2002 became the territory's second
highest-grossing local film behind "Shaolin Soccer". REUTERS/Bobby Yip

BY/CP
ENTERTAINMENT HONGKONG
RTRLG13
April 06, 2003
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (R) is greeted by director Wong Kar-wai
as Wong presents the Best Director...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
DIRECTOR ANDREW LAU WINS BEST DIRECTOR AT 22ND HONG KONG FILM AWARDS.
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (R) is greeted by director Wong Kar-wai
as Wong presents the Best Director award to Lau at the 22nd Hong Kong
Film Awards April 6, 2003. Lau directed Infernal Affairs which also won
the Best Film award. REUTERS/Kin Cheung

BY/CP
ENTERTAINMENT HONGKONG
RTRLG0J
April 06, 2003
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (R) is hugged by director Wong Kar-wai as
Wong presents the Best Director...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
DIRECTOR ANDREW LAU WINS BEST DIRECTOR AT 22ND HONG KONG FILM AWARDS.
Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (R) is hugged by director Wong Kar-wai as
Wong presents the Best Director award to Lau at the 22nd Hong Kong Film
Awards April 6, 2003. Lau directed Infernal Affairs which also won the
Best Film award. REUTERS/Kin Cheung

BY/CP
KOREA
RTRI3A6
February 11, 2003
Director Andrew Lau (L) poses with movie stars Tony Leung (C) and Andy
Lau prior to a news conference...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
DIRECTOR ANDREW LAU POSES WITH HONG KONG MOVIE STARS IN SEOUL.
Director Andrew Lau (L) poses with movie stars Tony Leung (C) and Andy
Lau prior to a news conference in Seoul February 11, 2003. The Hong
Kong stars arrived in Seoul on Tuesday to promote their recent
film,"Infernal Affairs", which will be released in South Korea on
February 21. REUTERS/Rhee Dong-Min

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