courtesy of takungpao.com
After the promotion in Singapore, the Lunar New Year film I LOVE HONG KONG (NGOR OI HK HOI SUM MAN SHUI) yesterday continued to promote in Tsuen Wan with Fala Chen, Macy Chen Mei Si, Vivien Yeo (Yeung Sau Wai) and Koni Lui Wai Yi. As Eric Suen Yiu Wai's former rumored girlfriend, Sau Wai shared the stage with Suen Yiu Wai's current girlfriend Chen Mei Si and immediately became the focus. Although both performed magnanimous, when reporters asked for them to pose together despite Mei Si being willing Sau Mei asked for all the actor to pose together. She also stressed that she and Mei Si were co-workers and would not feel awkward seeing each other.
Speaking of Suen Yiu Wai's wish to marry earlier, has Sau Wai congratulated them yet? She only said that she would not respond to other matter. Mei Si only said about Sau Mei's reluctance to pose with her, "Maybe she had to do other interviews and you are over thinking it. As co-workers we earlier worked together on a series and had a lot of fun." Mei Si said that Sau Wai in the show played an evil queen while she played Sau Wai's servant. Did Sau Wai abuse her? Mei Si said, "During the performance everyone was despicable, but off screen everyone chatted and
laughed, even dined together. Although the drama teacher said to use real emotions to act, everyone just followed the script." Mei Si said that she did not hear Suen Yiu Wai wanting to wed, but revealed that her mother wanted her to wed very much.
Fala will perform in the U.S. this Lunar New year. She said that she will visit her parents and would like her boyfriend to go with her. Has she paid a Lunar New Year visit to her boyfriend's family? She said, "If the chance arrives I definitely would." Last year the Lunar New Year film 72 TENANTS OF PROSPERITY (72 GA JO HAT)'s actors only received wordless thanks as salary, did she receive any salary this time with I LOVE HONG KONG? She said, "Yes, definitely. It should be film salary, but I still don't know how much it will be. My monthly salary included many other jobs. I haven't looked at it yet." Fala hoped that Hong Kong viewers will be able to support local creations and go to the movies more.