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|Michelle Wai earlier worked in Malaysia and ate durian like mad|
|Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yeung|
|Carlos Chan says Kara Wai resembles his mother|
|Jennifer Yu shows support for her boyfriend Carlos Chan|
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The film HAPPINESS (HUNG WON SI NGOR) last night held a charity premiere. Boss Albert Yeung Sau Sing, actor Kara Wai Ying Hung, Carlos Chan Ka Lok, Chin Siu Ho, Louis Cheung Kai Chung, James Ng Yip Kwan, Teresa Mak Ka Kei attended. Other guests included Irene Wan Bik Ha and Michelle Wai Sze Nga.
Sister Siu Hung was not too nervous at the premiere because earlier five advanced screenings were held in Hong Kong. They were all sold out and had good word of mouth. Many viewers cried. Some even went home and hug their mothers after watching the movie. Some Mainland viewers even immediately called their mothers. Sister Siu Hung said that tomorrow she will work the film with her family and co-workers, but because her mother had Alzheimer's disease she could only play the video for her later. Was she confident about an award nomination? Sister Siu Hung said that she did not think about it, as it was too early to say.
Chan Ka Lok was very nervous. Because it was his first lead role in his ten year career, he invited his parents and girlfriend Jennifer Yu Heung Yi. Only his 80 year old grandmother was afraid of the crowd and did not come. Ka Lok said, "I really want to share it with Grandma. Because when I got into the business I had to study acting and guitar, Grandma supported me financially. I also really want Mommy to see Sister Siu Hung, mainly I feel they are very similar."
Wai Sze Nga just worked with Nicholas Tse Ting Fung on COOK UP A STORM (SIK SUN DUI KUET ji FUNG MEI GONG WU) and with Annie Liu (Lau Sum Yau) and Maggie Cheung Ho Yi on MISS SUNSHINE (SING NUI KEI LUEN). The Malaysia invested MISS was a story about three women. Other than the shoot she even got to travel, going to have durian and check out real estate with Cheung Ho Yi. A ocean view villa caught Sze Nga's eyes. "I can't buy a home in Hong Kong, but the property prices there are 2/3 of Hong KOng's. It's truly a dream come true!"