The 'Sniper Attack' "SDU" Guys Fighting for Eliza Sam
Wednesday February 27, 2013 Hong Kong
Translated by: aZnangel @ http://asianuniverse.net
Yesterday Eddie Cheung, Kathy Chow, Kate Tsui, Michael Tse, Eliza Sam (Heung Heung) and the rest of the cast to TVB new series Sniper Attack 2013
attended the blessing ceremony. In the series, Heung Heung plays a female member of the Special Duties Unit with a group of men. It was widely rumored that the muscular Alan Wan and Steven Cheung have been strongly pursuing her on the set.
Heung Heung admitted the group of male artists have been very attentive towards her, especially William Chak, who is under the same manager as her. She said: "The guys know my Chinese isn't good, so they have been very patient with me, allowing me to be more professional in my acting. They are all like my big brothers." When Alan mentioned Heung Heung, he laughed: "Of course she's attractive, she has good character and can be quite playful. We both grew up overseas, so have more in common and more to chat about." He expressed he and his colleagues sometimes eat with Heung Heung, but he has never had a meal with her alone. Alan even asked the media to help him set up the date. When asked if Heung Heung is someone worth pursuing? He laughed: "You have to ask Steven Cheung!" But Steven expressed he already has someone in his mind and denied that he's pursuing Heung Heung. Steven said: "I am pursuing her in the series, but the script hasn't gotten up to whether if I am successful or not." Kate also praised Heung Heung is hot and if she was a guy, she would like her too.
Eddie, Michael, Kate, Kathy's Comments on the HK Budget Plan
Many artists are commenting on Financial Secetary John Tsang's speech
on the HK's government budget plans. Most artists have voiced: "It's better than nothing."
Eddie and Kate both felt the tax refund measure is better than nothing, Kate said: "Last year I had to pay 6 figures worth of taxes, if there is tax relief, that's already really good. Hong Kong's taxes not as high as other places." Eddie believed the government should focus more on servicing public welfare: "There is always talks on the huge disparities between the rich and poor, the middle class having a difficult time, the wealthy should pay more taxes and society should take better care of the lower class."
Michael expressed the budget proposal doesn't have many tax cuts and is unable to catch up to the inflation. He said: "The prices are increasing faster than income. The milk powder is really expensive, many products out there are really expensive now. Citizens are always dissatisfied with the budget, but we all must still live and accept it. We'll just have it a little more difficult. I don't have high hopes that the budget would be a breakthrough or surprises. Mr. Tsang should definitely try to take better care of the lower class."
Kathy expressed she doesn't really benefit from the budget. She heard from the news report, it doesn't seem the budget would help citizens much. She said: "The prices should be fixed first, shouldn't rise too much and let more people benefit."