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Based on popular Taiwan writer Giddens Ko's novel, the film THE KILLER WHO NEVER KILLS two nights ago held its Hong Kong premiere. Executive producer Tsang Bo Yi, producer Eric Tsang Chi Wai and leads Jam Hsiao (Siu King Tung) and Chrissie Chau Sau Na attended. Chrissie was 45 minutes late, not only making everyone wait but also postponed the start of the event. Thus she upset almost a hundred Jam Hsiao fans who were waiting. They even asked the event not to wait for her and joked that she might have to "fix her chest" before appearing. When the event started, fans also told Chrissie not to get too close to Jam Hsiao.
Later Chrissie was very sorry about being late and explained that she ran into a traffic jam. When she arrived she already apologized to Chi Wai and others.
Speaking of Jam Hsiao's fans scolding her, Chrissie said, "I am very sorry. I am very sorry for making friends who came from far away wait. I know Siu King Tung likes French Toast so I hope to have time to take him and show him around." She also said that fans were only protective of their idol, she would not feel that they were impolite. She also revealed that she too was a Jam Hsiao fan so she was the happiest about meeting him during this film. She hoped that next time she would have a chance to enjoy his concert. As for what she wore, she said, "In the film I play a killer, so I have to look destructive. I would rather be defeated by the person and not by the scheme."
Siu King Tung said that he was very happy to see so many fans who supported him. He did not know that his fans scolded Chrissie. As for another Taiwan film YOU ARE THE APPLE OF MY EYE's Hong Kong success, would he feel any box office pressure? He said that he would not think too much about it and only hoped that viewers would enjoy the film in a relaxed mood.
As for Chrissie offering to take him to have French Toast, he admitted that he liked it very much. Although Taiwan had it too, the flavor was not the same as in Hong Kong. How did he feel about working with someone with Chrissie's figure? He pointed out that acting had nothing to do with figure but praised her as a very natural girl. They had a pleasant collaboration. Has he seen her picture book? He admitted that he saw some online and said that in the film she also had sexy performance.
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