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Teresa Cheung Sui Wai

Friday, 2 November 2018
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A lady that spent lavishly who bankrupted two billionaires.

Teresa Cheung Siu-wai (Chinese: 章小蕙) (born June 10, 1963) is a Los Angeles-based actress and producer.

In 1988, Cheung married Hong Kong pop star and actor Kenny Bee. The marriage ended in a high-profile divorce in 1999, feeding tabloids with stories on extramarital affairs, expensive spending habits and financial troubles for years to come. Kenny filed for personal bankruptcy in 2002.

Teresa also best known for her relationship with businessman Edmund Chan has declared himself bankrupt in 2002 after the court ruled a money-lending company could pursue $250 million owed by Teresa.


1. Are you able to see her her popularity for example she won the Rising Star Award at Cinemanila International Film Festival and Most Promising Actress at Chennai International Film Festival Awards for Colour Blossoms in 2005?

2. Are you able to see her problems with her marriage?

3. Are you able to see her problems with her lavish spending?

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