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Lily Ho, Vivien Leung, Kayi Cheung, Eric Tsang, Tracy Ip, Samantha Ko
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Eric Tsang Chi Wai, Samantha Ko Hoi Ning, Vivien Leung Siu Bing, Tracy Ip Chui Chui, Kayi Cheung and Lily Ho Ngo Yi yesterday attended on a taping of TVB's STARS ON THE MENU. Tsang Chi Wai stated that this time the topic would be chicken wing and he would test the Miss Hong Kongs.
Chi Wai is preparing his new film GONG WU YI, a sequel to JIANG HU. It would be a story about an university student who turned into the Godfather, but the original cast might not return. He said, "Earlier I worked with (Bosco) Wong Chung Chak on 72 TENANTS OF PROSPERITY (72 GA JO HAT). I feel that his performance is great. This time the script is very suitable for Wong Chung Chak, so he is my first choice." In addition Chi Wai is also working on the Lunar New Year film I LOVE HONG KONG (NGOR OI HEUNG GONG). He said, "Now the script is still being written. Because of this year's tragedy in the Philippines, I want the movie to be able to bring more positive energy. Thus the story will not be about what happened in the Philippine." Will he ask Jackie Chan to star? He said, "At first I thought about it, sigh! He kept talking and kept getting it wrong."
Chi Wai talked about I's Lunar New Year release, which will coincide with the Raymond Wong Pak Ming produced film JUI KEUNG HEI SI. Battling him again, Chi Wai said, "All of Hong Kong is against him alone, there is no reason not to win." He in order to make the film already turned down the Taiwan Golden Horse Award host gig, but he learned that his son Derek Tsang Kwok Cheung's debut as a director LOVER'S DISCOURSE (LUEN YUN SHUI YU) was nominated for Best New Director. He would consider being a guest to support his son. "Asking me to present Best New Director would be the best."