Andy Lau’s old lawsuit was awarded a million dollars, and China Star will apply for an appeal.

  


  Andy Lau’s scene of jumping out of a helicopter in Black Gold is stylish and powerful, but he didn’t expect to get into a lawsuit.


  


  Making a movie 11 years ago damaged the helicopter.


  After Andy Lau filmed Black Gold in Taiwan Province in 1997, he was accused of damaging the helicopter rented for filming. De ‘an Airlines, which rented the helicopter, went to court and sued Hua Zi, Yongsheng Entertainment Production Company (predecessor of China Star Group) and producer Wang Zhongzheng, demanding compensation of about 3 million Hong Kong dollars. The case was finally decided yesterday, and Hua Zi had to compensate about 1.3 million Hong Kong dollars for helicopter maintenance expenses. China.


  According to Hong Kong media reports, Andy Lau and China Star were sued by Taiwan Province’s De ‘an Airlines for damaging the rented helicopter, demanding compensation of NT$ 12 million (about HK$ 3 million). The case was opened in the Shilin District Court of Taiwan Province in March 2004, and the lawsuit lasted for four years. The helicopter involved in the incident crashed before Penghu. During this period, the representative lawyer of De ‘an Airlines asked to summon Hua Tsai to Taiwan Province to appear in court, but the judge thought that other evidence was sufficient, so Hua Tsai never appeared in court for this purpose.


  When the captain who was in charge of flying the helicopter testified in court, he said that he had told Hua Tsai not to touch the steering rod, but Hua Tsai still accidentally touched his ass during the filming, which led to the helicopter sinking and the rotor blades hit the curtain of the ground spotlight and were damaged.


  The judge thinks that it can be concluded from the captain’s testimony that it was Andy’s negligence that caused the damage to the helicopter, so he only ruled that Andy had to pay more than NT$ 5.1 million (about HK$ 1.3 million) for the maintenance of the helicopter. However, because the helicopter was rented from Dean Airlines by Yongsheng Entertainment Production Company and Wang Zhongzheng, the agent of Johnny Mak Production Company, they did not fulfill their custody responsibilities. If they are willing to pay compensation on behalf of Andy, it is acceptable.


  Miss Li, a spokeswoman for China Star, said on the phone: "The company is puzzled by this judgment. When shooting a scene that day, I hired a helicopter rental company to give guidance. I did everything on the helicopter and there is no reason to ask me to pay for it. This matter has nothing to do with the actors. I think the verdict is unreasonable and I will appeal. " Hua Tsai said through his assistant yesterday that he would not respond to the incident.


  In addition, the new play "See the Dragon in the Three Kingdoms" starring Hua Tsai has exceeded HK$ 10 million in the box office less than a week after its release in Hong Kong, while China Mainland, China Taiwan Province and South Korea all ranked among the top three in the box office in the first weekend after the painting was opened. Director Li Rengang specially gave a banquet to celebrate the success, and Hua Tsai, VanNess Wu and Tommy Tam all attended. Hua Zai said that he had suggested to the director that he should play a number of characters from the Three Kingdoms, first playing Zhao Zilong, then Liu Bei and Guan Gong, to see how many he could play.


Editor: Zhou Zhongxiao

Worthy of driving a new benchmark! Aouita 12 opens NCA in "No Map" urban area.

  Aouita 12 is equipped with three laser radars at the beginning, which has a wider and more multidimensional detection range compared with 1-2 laser radars at the same level. In addition, Aouita 12 is equipped with ADS 2.0, Huawei’s latest generation of advanced intelligent driving system, and its intelligent driving strength is leading at the same level. On this basis, Aouita Science and Technology announced that from February 4th, 12 full users in Aouita will open the urban NCA which does not depend on high-precision maps, covering all the national highways, national highways, provincial highways, rural roads, main roads, auxiliary roads and branch roads.

  It is reported that with the gradual increase in sales of Aouita’s flagship models, Aouita’s intelligent driving function has been fully trusted and used at high frequency by users, and the intelligent driving mileage has accumulated over 44 million kilometers, accounting for 23% of the total driving mileage; Intelligent parking assistance has been called over 4.7 million times, with an average of over 10,000 times a day. With the opening of this "no map" intelligent driving, Aouita 12 will get rid of the limitation of high-precision maps, truly realize "all roads can be opened with and without maps" and can be used all over the country.

  It is worth noting that before unlocking the NCA in the "no map" urban area, Aouita 12 also ushered in the first big OTA upgrade, unlocking black technologies such as Huawei DriveOne iTRACK. Specifically, with the blessing of Huawei DriveOne iTRACK, Aouita 12 can ensure the best power output even under extremely complicated road conditions, and ensure the comfort and safety of drivers and passengers with a steady driving posture.

  In addition, Aouita 12 has also added intelligent driving functions such as high-speed LCC, remote parking RPA, straight in and straight out RDA, etc., to give users more care. For example, outside the car, users can remotely park and park the vehicle through the mobile phone Aouita APP, and combine with the intelligent induction electric door to easily realize the automatic welcoming and driving of the vehicle. Secondly, when the driver takes things for a short time and the space in front of the vehicle is limited, it is not convenient to get on and off, the Aouita 12 can move forward or backward through the RDA function, which perfectly avoids the embarrassment of hitting the wall when opening the door and getting into the car.

  In addition, through the remote parking RPA function of Aouita 12 and the RDA, it can perfectly cope with all kinds of extreme parking scenes and expand more parking pain scenes. In a word, after the OTA upgrade, the security, convenience and comfort of Aouita 12 in different scenarios have been improved, which can meet the needs of users for smart cars in all scenarios.

  In the future development, it is believed that Aouita will continue to optimize its algorithm and upgrade its software to unlock more intelligent driving scenarios under the technical empowerment of Huawei’s advanced intelligent driving assistance system ADS 2.0, so that cutting-edge intelligence can redefine the way of life and travel.

Trump’s police reform has made it difficult for the United States, the police and the people to stand in opposition.

  On June 16, local time, US President Trump signed an executive order to adjust the US police practice and qualification standards. The executive order made a statement on the large-scale protests by the American people against police brutality and racial discrimination in the past month, which meant that the government would "conform to public opinion" and make police reform.

  However, the American media pointed out that the administrative order did not explicitly prohibit some violent law enforcement methods that the people strongly demanded to abolish, and the police system it proposed to improve law enforcement standards was actually "encouragement" rather than restraint. Public opinion believes that the reform of the executive order signed by Trump is weak, and it supports the reform in the open, but it is still a supporter of the police’s tough law enforcement in the dark.

The Washington Post pointed out that the administrative order of police reform signed by Trump is full of formalism.

  The executive order is to encourage, not to require, the law enforcement of throat lock has not been abolished.

  Trump told reporters that this executive order will help the police departments in the United States adopt the highest standards to serve their communities. The order stipulates "practice and qualification examination" and "information sharing of police behavior" to avoid employing police officers with bad records and to track down police officers who have committed misconduct in law enforcement.

  However, the media pointed out that the executive order failed to clearly respond to some key issues, such as the standard and justification of the use of force mentioned in the executive order, but only "encouraged" its implementation; In addition, regarding the law enforcement means of throat lock, the administrative order has not explicitly abolished it, but indicated that it is generally unavailable, but it can be used in the case that "the law allows the use of lethal force".

  The police surrounded Trump and called him "selfless" and "brave"

  A number of media pointed out that although the signing of this executive order was caused by African-American Freud’s violent law enforcement by white police, the families of the victims were not invited to attend Trump’s signing ceremony. On the contrary, many military officers and police union personnel were surrounded by Trump. This seems to mean that Trump will never touch these law enforcement officers on which he relies, and how to reconcile the "social problems that deeply split the country" is still far away.

  In the signing ceremony speech that day, after Trump mentioned the pain experienced by the relatives of the victims, he immediately began to praise the American police for being "brave and selfless" and said that "Americans all know that if there is no police, chaos will occur." The media pointed out that Trump’s signing of this executive order is full of formalism, and he obviously does not want to risk angering law enforcement departments, because these are an important part of his conservative political foundation.

The Washington Post pointed out that Trump "does not want to risk angering law enforcement because it is an important part of his conservative political foundation."

  Serious problems minimize the police’s mental illness

  Public opinion generally pointed out that Trump’s executive order made no mention of how to solve the systematic racism problems among law enforcement personnel and comprehensive policy changes. However, these issues are crucial to criminal justice reform. Kendall Thomas, a law professor at Columbia University, believes that Trump did not mention any commitment to serious changes in his executive order, but only focused on police training rather than community safety. Thomas believes that the purpose of Trump’s executive order is only to maintain the status quo, and the moderate reform in accordance with the new provisions of the executive order will only make the police force stronger.

  Trump has always stressed that police misconduct is a "case" and the number is "very small". Rachel Bako, professor and vice president of criminal law at new york University Law School, believes that this shows that Trump fundamentally refused to admit the existence of the problem in the first place. Bako said that the entire law enforcement system is supportive of those police officers who use violence excessively. Trump has neglected this systematic problem, and the executive order has completely ignored or even mentioned the morbid psychology in the police system and the opposition between the police and the people.

USA-Today pointed out that Trump’s executive order made no mention of how to solve the systematic racism problem among law enforcement personnel and the need for comprehensive reform.

  The reform of "thin soup and little water" must be intensified by administrative order.

  On the day Trump signed the executive order, Schumer, the minority leader and Democrat of the Senate, immediately said that Trump’s executive order was "scanty soup and scanty water" and "unable to bring the comprehensive and meaningful changes and accountability required by the American people to American law enforcement agencies."

  Earlier, the Police Justice Law submitted by the Democratic Party on June 8 called for a major reform of the police system, which explicitly required that police officers be prohibited from using frequently abused methods of law enforcement and arrest, such as lock throat and "no knocking at the door", and at the same time required local police departments to send data on the use of force to the federal government, and made a funding plan to allow state attorneys general to conduct independent procedures to investigate police misconduct or excessive law enforcement. In addition, the proposal will abolish the legal principle called "conditional immunity", and the police can no longer be exempted from civil litigation. These contents are not reflected in the newly signed administrative order.

USA-Today pointed out that there are a large number of people in the United States who can’t stand what the police have done.

  David Kennedy, a professor of criminology at john jay College of the City University of new york, said that the current executive order is far from enough to make practical changes. Kennedy said: "People think it may be a little helpful, and now it is not enough to provide just a little help." Kennedy said that the emotions and resistance expressed by the American people in the past few weeks are unprecedented, and their attitude towards American law enforcement departments has also changed dramatically, which shows that a large number of people in the United States can no longer stand what the police are doing.