Singer Jackie Cheung Hok-yau has joined the chorus of world condemnation against anti-Chinese atrocities in Indonesia. He has gone so far as to boycott the country, saying that he would not go there for the 'next three years'. 'I don't believe the parties concerned or the Chinese government would do all they can to assist Chinese escape from the tragedy,' he said. The romantic saga involving former singer Winnie Lau Siu-wai and So Chi-wai of Grasshopper has had a happy ending. They admitted they had tied the knot in the United States last year and planned to host a wedding banquet in Hong Kong. However, the party will have to wait - until the couple's best friend Anita Mui Yim-fong fin ishes her world tour. 'I treat Mui as my second mother, so she must not miss this important occasion,' So said. Stephen Chiau Sing-chi'ssurprise decision to drop in at Karen Mok Man-wai's first concert has fuelled rumours about their relationship. Chiau, who is rumoured to be Mok's long-time boyfriend, was among the audience, along with Leo Ku Kui-kei and Stephen Fung Tak-lun. Chiau was reluctant to answer questions about his presence and his relationship with Mok, although the singer was thrilled with his presence. 'He rarely attends a concert. I'm very excited,' Mok said. She said she is happy that Chiau had offered her the co-star's role in God of Cookery II. She has decided to give him her latest album as a token of appreciation. Veteran actress Josephine Siao Fong-fong has taken on a new role. Siao, who has completed her master's degree in child psychology, is looking for vacancies in voluntary organisations or hospitals so that she can serve the community more effectively. Meanwhile, she has been invited to shoot a television commercial for a mobile phone company. She will reportedly earn more than $1 million for her efforts.