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Mon, Aug 16, 2010
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Edison Chen into puppies and fashion now

Once he was the focal point of a widely publicised scandal that implicated him with a bevy of celebrities including Gillian Chung, Bobo Chan, Mandy Chen, Candice Chan, Rachel Ngan, Cecilia Cheung and Vincy Yeung.

The 2008 affairs are now behind him and multi-talented Chinese pop icon Edison Chen now snaps pictures of a less scandalous nature, like puppies and fashion.

Sin Chew Daily reported that at a photo exhibition that Chen organised in Taiwan on Aug 13, he was asked by the media about his interest in photography. Chen reportedly told the press he was still taking photos - but he was now into puppies and fashion.

Chen also surprised the media by saying he now does not have any home to return to.

"I have no home now. Even in Hong Kong, I stay in a hotel. My best friends now are my two luggage bags."

 

 

 

 

 

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