|Director Yim Ho, Annie Liu, Paw Hee Ching, Aaron Kwok, Calvin Cheng|
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Aaron Kwok Fu Sing, Annie Liu (Lau Sum Yau), Paw Hee Ching, Calvin Cheng Ka Sing and others yesterday appeared in Sai Kung to promote their new film FLOATING CITY (FAU SING) and arranged for fishing boats to coordinate with the film subject. Sing Sing revealed that this time he played a Tanka who grew up with Charlie Yeung Choi Nei. Later he became her husband but also ran into an intellectual rich girl Sum Yau. Thus in the film he had to learn Tanka and English, which he felt was challenging. Sing Sing said, "In the film Charlie and I played from age 20 to 60, so we had to have an old look. Yet mine wasn't the balding type, but a middle aged man who succeeded in his life struggles. I would also have some wrinkles. (Did you have any reaction?) Luckily no because it wasn't in the summer. Yet the make up removal alone took half an hour."
Sing Sing this time worked with Sum Yau for the first time and praised that she was a public recognized beauty. In the film she thus caused a ripple in his heart. Did he feel the same in real life? Sing Sing first changed the subject to his bed scene with Charlie, but they only sat on the side of the bed. Charlie lightly lay in his arms. Was that intimate? Sing Sing said, "To me it's very intimate. (Did you have any ripple in reality?) No, I only focused on work. I didn't think about anything else. Everyone know about me! (They know that you are romantic?) You are referring to the movie. I properly focused on work, I take relationships slowly!" Sing Sing also stressed that even in the film he in the end still chose Charlie the wife he went through hardships with. Would he be just as faithful in real life? Sing Sing said, "Everyone needs to be taken care of. I have said that I would start a family, just not so soon. I am not talking about my love life."
As for Sum Yau she said that the film will open simultaneously in Hong Kong and the Mainland simultaneously. In the film she helped Sing Sing a lot in his career. Their relationship was rather ambiguous. She would make her feelings known to him. Did she have any such experience in real life? Sum Yau said, "No, I feel it's an expression and not a show of love. There are too many displays of love, some have expressed themselves to him though. (Did you accept them?) No, I like the naturally together type like a small but steady stream." Sum Yau also said that she was strange, unless she was suddenly electrocuted love was like slow simmering soup, the longer it cooked the better it tasted.