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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Felix Wong Teasing Nancy Wu on Weibo

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Nancy Wu: "I'd slept for the entire night, yet I still have a headache!!!!"

Felix Wong: "Headache? Are you worried about 'getting married'?"

Nancy Wu: "If that's the case, do you have a way to help me?!"

Felix Wong: "I will ask 'Ma Jai' if he has a way to help. Hurry up and take some medicine!"

Nancy Wu: "la lalalalal lalallaaala".

Personal Note: Felix came out of nowhere, and started to tease Nancy. Ha ha....

In a 2006 interview, Felix referred to Ma Ming as 'Ma Jai', as he knows Ma Ming through soccer.

Veterans and those who are not acquainted with Ma Ming refer to Ma Ming as 'Ma Jai'. People used this nickname before they used 'Ma Ming'. They didn't call him 'Ma Ming' until the cast and crew called him that during the filming of "Triumph in the Skies".

During the filming of "The Brink of Law", there were three people with the surname Ma, so to distinguish them from each other, the crew members tried to refer to Ma Ming as 'Ma Jai' and Steven as 'Ma Gor'. However, they later found out that Ma Ming's nickname is 'Ma Ming', so they called him that instead, and continued referring to Steven as 'Ma Jai'. As for the other crew member, they referred to him as 'Ma Yeh'.

16 comments:

  1. Haha! Did Felix and Nancy collaborate before? Kinda random, but funny.

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  2. To Tracy:

    They just collaborated in "Gun Metal Grey", which will be airing as an anniversary series this year.

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  3. That's so cute. Felix teasing Nancy that she has a headache because she's worried abt marriage. Funny!!! I guess Ma Ming could offer the solution is that really was the case!!

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  4. Can you translate what he said to Myolie? pretty please ;D

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  5. Mostly "Ma Jai" refers to Steven Ma... :) It's odd to see this reference to Ma Ming now.
    And it's funny that Felix teases Nancy about her rumors with Ma Ming, that's so out of sudden

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  6. To Anonymous:

    For the first one, Felix told Myolie to hang in there, as he knows how it feels to film ancient series in the summer, and that he supports her.

    For the second one, he told her to take care of herself, and that sunspots aren't a big deal. He also told her to put on some ointment.

    To lizzy:

    "Ma Jai" is used by veterans or people who are not acquainted with Ma Ming. People referred to this nickname before they used "Ma Ming". They didn't call him "Ma Ming" until the cast and crew called him that during the filming of "Triumph in the Skies".

    During the filming of "The Brink of Law", there were three people with the surname of Ma, so to distinguish them from each other, the crew members tried to refer to Ma Ming as "Ma Jai" and Steven as "Ma Gor". However, they later found out that Ma Ming's nickname is "Ma Ming", so they called him that instead, and continued referring to Steven as "Ma Jai". And for the other crew member, they referred to him as "Ma Yeh".

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  7. coolie. thanks you're the best. ;D

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  8. haha, no doubt the 'Ma Jai' here is MaMing, sweet sweet ah^^

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  9. To artbox:

    Yes, sweet indeed! :D

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  10. Oh hahas! I didn't know about the history of "Ma Jai".. Just like "Cheung Jai" which can refer to Wayne Lai as well as Louis Yuen... maybe you know the history of this (nick)name too?

    Anyways, Felix Wong also commented on Selena's acting in CBML: http://t.sina.com.cn/1731864915/wr0o60ElUf
    He does watch tv series, just like how Chow Yun Fat watch CBML and BKNP too

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  11. To lizzy:

    Ha ha.... I don't think there is a history behind the nicknames "Cheung Jai".

    People generally like to add "Jai" to the end of their name. Just like they refer to Andy Lau, Simon Yam, and Felix Wong "Wah Jai" (the younger generation refer to them as "Wah Gor").

    Chung Jai = Damian Lau
    Kin Jai = Dicky Cheung
    Wai Jai = Tony Leung
    Kit Jai = Remus Choi

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  12. Oh I see.. When I hear "Wah Jai" I would think of Andy Lau first, not really Simon Yam or Felix Wong.

    Cheung Jai, Wah Jai, Chung Jai, Kin Jai, Wai Jai, Kit Jai are all added "Jai" to the end of the second word of their surname.
    While "Ma Jai" is added to the last name. Also have "Wu Jai" (Jack Wu). So funny!

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  13. To lizzy:

    There is also "Koo Jai" for Louis Koo! :D

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  14. Steven Ma got his Ma Jai nickname way back in 2001 while filming "On the track or off", a series about horse racing. It was fitting considering his last name Ma and his role as a horse-crazy horse trainer. Steven prefers being called Ma Jai to Wai Jai as the latter is what his family calls him.

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  15. To Anonymous:

    Actually, Steven had the nickname "Ma Jai" for quite a while now. It was way before 2001. (People were already calling him "Ma Jai" when he went on JSG in 1999. http://hyn5-hyn5.blogspot.com/2009/09/blast-from-past-xxiii.html)

    I also remember the cast members of "File of Justice" calling him by that nickname, so he was most likely given that nickname when he first entered the business.

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  16. haha! hyn5, you're right about Steven being called Mai Jai way back, way back before 2001. Just watched the linked video. Omg! Steven was so cute and so embarrassed. The whole teasing was so funny! Thanks!

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