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What is Jacqueline Wong up to? Fans guess her future plans

Earlier this year, Wong was caught kissing Hong Kong actor and singer in a taxi but this 'scandal' died out.

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Hong Kong actress uploaded an post that led fans guessing her future plans.

Wong thanked those in the production of TV series Finding Her Voice in a post she uploaded on Friday. Fans kept guessing whether she is leaving the industry.

The last episode was aired on Friday, November 15.

Wong wrote a quote in the caption where she said farewell to her character in the show and got fans querying.

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Photo: Instagram

Alongside the post were two photos.

The first photo showed Wong with co-star Owen Cheung and the second one was with a cast from the series.

Netizens who read the post think that this is Wong’s method of saying goodbye to the entertainment industry while some think she wanted to maintain her exposure rate.

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Reports say Wong did this to make sure she gets to return to acting.

Earlier this year, Wong was caught kissing Hong Kong actor and singer in a taxi but this ‘scandal’ died out.

30-year-old Wong had reportedly left for the United States after the controversy.

Shortly after the scandal, her boyfriend Kenneth Ma also broke up with her.

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As for Andy Hui, his wife Sammi Cheng forgave him for the act and also brought him to her concerts so that her fans can forgive him.

After seven months of keeping quiet on social media, she recently returned to her Instagram account last week.

Finding Her Voice is a 30-episode series and is one of TVB’s special anniversary series that started airing from 7 October.

Wong was not part of the promotional activities.

TVB recently softened their stance on Wong and they announced two new series.

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