|Andrew Lau, Wong Jing|
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|Candy Yuen gets intimate with Philip Ng|
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Artists Candy Yuen Ka Man, Connie Man Hoi Ling, Hazel Tong Chi Yui, Ada Wong Chi Hom, Dominic Ho Ho Man, Philip Ng Won Lung, Ronan Pak Kin Yan and others yesterday attended directors Wong Jing and Andrew Lau Wai Keung invested hot pot shop opening ceremony. Yuen Ka Man looked intimate with Ng Won Lung. She said, "He and I earlier worked together on the film ZOMBIE FIGHT CLUB, I saw him today so I grabbed him to catch up. (Are you worried that his girlfriend Linda Chung Ka Yan would be jealous?) No, they are both very gracious."
As for her revealing scene in Wong Jing's new film THE GIGOLO (NGAP WONG), she said, "I had a nude yoga scene and a shower scene. The lights were very strong on the set that day, many people surrounded me. (Did you ask for the set to be cleared?) They said that it was cleared, because they had two cameras each camera needed several workers."
Tong Chi Yui said that in the film she and co-star Ho Ho Man made up at a night spot in the open. "The shoot was awkward, in one scene he even took off my underwear. As a new comer, with a good script I would fight for the opportunity. Nudity isn't shameful, many top actresses have done it." Man Hoi Ling agreed with Tong Chi Yui. If the story or the character required it she had no problem.
Lau Wai Keung and Wong Jing were asked about Jaycee Chan (Fong Cho Ming)'s sentence. Lau Wai Keung said, "After seeing that he was willing to admit (his mistake), I hope everyone would give the kid a chance. This is a very good lesson that will make him work hard after his release." Was the sentence light or heavy? Lau Wai Keung said that a six month sentence was a good opportunity for Cho Ming to cool down. He looked bigger than before and much more clean cut. He was early to bed and early to rise and he has been reading, all of which were good for him. He also said that he would be willing to make a film to support Cho Ming. Ultimately he did not make a huge mistake. Many young people only had a misstep. they had to be given another chance.
Wong Jing was happy for Cho Ming. "The verdict can be reasonable, the sentence is considered light. Cho Ming is a very good kid, well raised. He should be given a chance to change. My impression of him is great. Although I rarely saw him, I think for now he wouldn't make movies. He would first do some charity first."