Monday, October 11, 2010


Kate Tsui Tsz Shan
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Kate Tsui

Raymond Lam Fung
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Director Barbara Wong Chun Chun, Kate Tsui Tsz Shan, Raymond Lam Fung, Anke Bui On Kei, Oceana Zhu Xuan, Pierre Ngo Ka Nin, Lawrence Cheng Tan Shui
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Raymond Lam Fung, Kate Tsui Tsz Shan, Anke Bui On Kei, Oceana Zhu Xuan, Pierre Ngo Ka Nin and others yesterday promoted their film PERFECT WEDDING (PO PO CHIU GAI YUN). Yesterday was October 10, 2010, known as the perfect ten lucky day. 10 newlywed couples were invited to the event. Lam Fung said that he would like to choose a special day for his wedding in the future, but because work has been too busy he believed scheduling would not be easy. He also said, "Earlier I have seen wedding photos overseas look very pretty at a wedding shop, so I would like to shoot wedding photos overseas in the future too."

Due to the film's lead actress Miriam Yeung Chin Wa concert performances, the promotion responsibility lay with lead actor Lam Fung alone. "Chin Wa's concert is even greater promotion for the film. Tonight I will be her guest performer and sing her song. Producer (Lawrence) Cheng Tan Shui even asked me to promote this movie no matter what." he said that he had confidence in the box office because viewer responses were great after the screening. This character was a new attempt for him and he hoped viewers would be able to accept him.

Lam Fung just promoted in Wuhan. He revealed that he has been working on his new film WHITE SNAKE (BAK SEH JUEN) there. Although he did not have too many action scenes, he still had "wire" work so both his arms were bruised. He also said that in the film he had scenes with Jet Li (Lee Nin Kit) and compliment him as a nice guy.

Tsui Tsz Shan in the film played a "sister" of Yeung Chin Wa, Teresa Mo Shun Kwan and others. They were all professionally successful "leftover women", so their costumes were very pretty and stylish. Did she use her own clothes? She said, "Sure, I borrowed a few dresses to dress up a little so I can truly flaunt in the film."

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