|Karena Ng, Alex Lam|
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|courtesy of singtao.com|
|Fiona Sit, Ronald Cheng and his wife Sammie Yu|
|Eric Tsang, Sandra Ng, Raymond Wong|
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Lynn Xiong (Hung Doi Lam), Eric Tsang Chi Wai, Sandra Ng Kwan Yu, Raymond Wong Pak Ming and Karena Ng Chin Yu last night attended their Lunar New Year film HELLO BABIES (LUK FUK HEI SI) premiere. Guest star Miriam Yeung Chin Wa stayed for awhile and left, as her former boyfriend Ronald Cheng Chung Kei and his wife arrived. Ng Chin Yu said that her boyfriend Lam Fung had to work and thus could not attend the premiere.
Carrying two Lunar New Year films, Ng Kwan Yu took the blunt of Tsang Chi Wai's jokes. "Lately the avian flu is rampant, no one should eat chicken. Everyone should even run when they see chicken, defeat GOLDEN CHICKEN." Kwan Yu only laughed in response. As for the PAG delaying its presidential election to February 14 and Anthony Wong Chau Sun considering giving up his run because no one informed him, Chi Wai said, "The reporters probably heard wrong. He said 'run individually'. I support Chau Sun, I hope that he can participate in the election again. Later I will talk with Chau Sun again."
Caught with a new boyfriend in Singapore, Hung Doi Lam was all smiles but stressed that he was a friend of 4 or 5 years. He also had a girlfriend. He did not cover all the expenses on the trip either. A group of friends chipped in; he was from Singapore so he played host. At the time his girlfriend did not come along. Was she afraid that she would be mistaken for a third party? She admitted that she was the most worried about her family would mistake his girlfriend as the third party. Sing Sing also wished her well on her new romance, Hung Doi Lam said, "I too want to have one soon, I am working hard on finding one. When you see me holding hands that one is the real boyfriend." Reporters said that she and Sing Sing never held hands either. She said, "No one caught it. Ultimately I wouldn't let myself be lonely on Valentine's Day. I will stick with my friends even if I have to be the third wheel."
Speaking of earlier HELLO BABIES was provided to the anti Occupy Central "Silent Majority" fund raising, some online had the intention to boycott the film. Raymond Wong Pak Ming said that he never worried about any boycott. He never talked about politics, since someone supported his film, he would support his friend as well. He again stated that he supported general election but disagreed with crippling Central. His home was in Hong Kong and he hoped to be able to have a harmonious community.