Updated: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 02:06:29 GMT
Charmaine Sheh、Eliza Sam attend Lancome new store opening in Macau

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  • Hong Kong actress Charmaine Sheh attends the opening ceremony of a Lancome store in Macau, China, 22 January 2013. - 1 (© Imaginechina)
  • Eliza Sam - 2 (© Imaginechina)
  • Jenny Xu Jingwen - 3 (© Imaginechina)
  • Bonnie Sin - 4 (© Imaginechina)
  • Gin Lee - 5 (© Imaginechina)
  • Miki Yeung - 6 (© Imaginechina)
  • Mandy Lam - 7 (© Imaginechina)
  • Charmaine Sheh,Eliza Sam - 8 (© Imaginechina)
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Hong Kong actress Eliza Sam attends the opening ceremony of a Lancome store in Macau, China, 22 January 2013.


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