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Did Christopher Lee donate anonymously to help Malaysian flood victims?

Did Christopher Lee donate anonymously to help Malaysian flood victims?

SINGAPORE – Actor Christopher Lee is believed to have made an nameless donation to assist Malaysian flood victims, however his sort act was inadvertently revealed by fellow actor Yao Wenlong.

In a put up shared on Fb and Instagram on Tuesday (Dec 28), Yao, who lives in Johor Baru, wrote that he had obtained a name from “a Malaysian good friend who had made his house and established his profession in Singapore, and made a reputation for himself in Taiwan”.

This individual requested for his assist to make a donation and requested anonymity. Many states in Malaysia had been affected by main floods earlier in December, with greater than 71,000 residents displaced.

Lee, 50, who hails from Malaysia and relies in Singapore, is married to actress Fann Wong, 50, and has a son along with her.

At present on a nine-month shoot in Taiwan, he was named Greatest Actor on the Golden Bell Awards earlier this yr for his position in Taiwanese miniseries Employees (2020).

Yao’s put up included a screenshot of a financial institution switch receipt, with the quantity blacked out and the identify partially hid by a coronary heart sticker, with solely “Lee M” seen.

Netizens shortly deduced that the nameless donor was Lee, whose Chinese language identify is Mingshun.

Yao additionally tagged Democratic Motion Occasion’s State Assemblywoman for Johor Jaya, Ms Liow Cai Tung, in his put up.

She later shared his put up on Fb and thanked Lee by identify, saying “despite the fact that he’s abroad, he nonetheless has a coronary heart for Malaysia”.

Chinese language newspaper Shin Min Day by day Information reported on the donation, however was unable to contact Lee for verification by way of his administration company.

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