Saturday, March 14, 2015


Pakho Chau, Miriam Yeung, Sammy, Alex Fong Lik Sun all give the film thumbs up
Chin Wa's mother is all teary eyed from the movie while Torres looks around
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Yesterday the Miriam Yeung Chin Wa starred new film LITTLE BIG MASTER (NG GOR SIU HAI DIK HAU JEUNG) held advanced screenings. Chin Wa and her son Torres, with friends like Sammy, Alex Fong Lik Sun, Pakho Chau and others attended and everyone were teary eyed as they said how touching the film was. Sammy said that the film's child actress Ga Ga can be nominated for the Hong Kong Film award Best Supporting Actress and Best New Performer. Chin Wa said that it was her first movie that Torres went to the cinema for, he was stunned to see her shed tears in the film; because he was too tired, halfway through the film he was asleep. He believed that his son will watch her films again in the future.

Elaine Ng Yi Lei was suspected of child abuse and drug possession. Chin Wa said that she did not know about the incident and felt that hitting children was useless. Teaching by example was more useful. She said that when Torres made a mistake and she slapped his hand, he thought it was fun and even hit the maid. Thus Chin Wa would patiently explained to him and would not raise his voice in front of him; she said that teaching children were parents' responsibilities for a lifetime. His son still has not reached the rebellious stage, and she joked that the road will be very long in the future. Sammy said that he asked the Against Child Abuse for the definition of child abuse, actually hitting a child was already child abuse. He joked that he had to sue his mother because his mother hit him a lot during childhood. He said that the era is different. He would not hit children. He even said that after watching Chin Wa's film he asked himself if he was a monster parent. In one scene parents argued in front of their daughter, which was sharp warning to him as it would leave a mark with the child. He said that from now on he and his wife would not argue in front of the children.

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