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Taiwanese Celebrity Joseph Cheng Doing Military Service

Actor Joseph Cheng serving compulsory military service in Taiwan.

Actor Joseph Cheng serving compulsory military service in Taiwan.

From Apple Daily:

Joseph Cheng Investigates Smugglers, Lock and Loaded and Ready to Protect

Actor Joseph Cheng is currently doing his military service [compulsory for all men in Taiwan] in the Coast Guard’s second regiment. At one o’clock this morning at Badouzih Harbour, a fishing boat was investigated and 600 boxes of tobacco seized with a street value of 8,000,000 TWD [$273,000 USD]. He was wearing a bulletproof vest, was locked and loaded, and was quite eye-catching.

When facing questions from reporters, he wore a serious expression, held his rifle with both hands and replied quietly, “Sorry, I’m currently on duty, I can’t answer your questions.”

Actor Joseph Cheng serving compulsory military service in Taiwan.

Comments on Facebook:

林鼎鈞:

National hero

Rico Pan:

He’s on duty, the reporters shouldn’t be bothering him.

林宗佑:

He is just doing his military service like an “ordinary person”…

Huang Mamie:

“When facing questions from reporters, he wore a serious expression, held his rifle with both hands and replied quietly, ‘Sorry, I’m currently on duty, I can’t answer your questions.'” Normally, I don’t really have much of an impression of this entertainer, but this sentence makes me really really admire him!!!

林祈良:

There is only one word to describe this!! Handsome!

Jasmine Tu:

News reporters really have no class. He already said he’s on duty, and still they keep pestering him with questions.

Richard Lin:

I thought it was Andy Lau!

Lang Hsinyi:

I admire this type of actor, jia you! At least he isn’t having someone else substituting for him.

熊老大:

Those willing to serve their country are real men, I commend you!

Sandra Wu:

How can he be doing military service and still be so handsome!

What do you think? How do you feel about the compulsory military service that certain countries require? Have you served in the military before? What did you think of the experience? Was it beneficial to you?

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