TVB patriotic artist Ma Hulu returns to work and cooperates with Ouyang Zhenhua

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 TVB patriotic artist Ma Hulu returns to work and cooperates with Ouyang Zhenhua


Ma Huolu and Ouyang Zhenhua

Ma Tuolu was attacked by masked people in the streets of Mongkok, Hong Kong on October 6

Ma Tuolu was attacked by masked people in the streets of Mongkok, Hong Kong on October 6

Ma Hulu once played Mao Dongzhu in Chen Xiaochuns version of the deer tripod

Netease Entertainment reported on October 31 that TVB patriotic artist Ma tielu had a dispute with masked people who were illegally on the street at the scene of a demonstration in Mongkok at the beginning of this month. Later, he was injured by masked people and hit to the head and blood. Ten stitches were needed in the back of his head, lips and chin.

After a few weeks rest, Ma Loulu finally returned to work. She uploaded a photo with Ouyang Zhenhua, the male star, on her microblog. She left a message: work is on! It turned out that the two were shooting for the new wireless drama friends do great things. Ma Loulu, who met with the police in a good spirit, may not have obvious scars due to her make-up. Many netizens left messages to express their sympathy for her injuries.

It is reported that on October 6, Ma Loulu, a TVB artist, appeared on the street in Mongkok, Hong Kong. She was photographed with facial injuries and bloody mouth. It was reported that she had a dispute with masked people who were illegally on the street at the scene, and then was injured by masked people. After the injury, Ma Loulu was interviewed outside the Wangjiao police station. She cried that she had been attacked. They broke the teller machine here. I took pictures of them with my mobile phone. Then they robbed my phone and sprayed me with spray paint. Ma Hulu was born in Hong Kong on December 6, 1967. She is a TVB film and television actor and plays many Hong Kong dramas. Mainland audiences are familiar with the 1998 version of the martial arts drama Luding, in which she plays Mao Dongzhu.

Source: editor in charge of Netease Entertainment: Qiao Yi, nbjs9231