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Ying Chi Yuet (Little Cat)


As a sequel to his previous release The Making-Of, “Little Cat” Ying Chi Yuet’s new project Cut! continues to revolve around the hardships of being a suitor. The MV sets in the background corresponding to the movie In the Mood for Love, in which career and fame distance the two protagonists. They eventually have no choice but to separate. This song of alove affair without a perfect ending features Wyman Wong, the "God of Lyricism", as the lyricist. “Little Cat” has never imagined that Wyman would accept the request without hesitation. It turned out that his previous releases had already caught the attention of Wyman who hoped to continue “Little Cat”’s interesting story. Let's check out the exclusive interview now!

Ying Chi Yuet's Interview in What's On

Lana Wong


Lana Wong was always the first to burnan incense stick to celebrate the Chinese New year at the Wong Tai Sin Temple in the past. It was an iconic move for her. Having immigrated to the United States to spend time with her family earlier this year, Lana recently travelled to Vancouver to visit her relatives, catching the attention from numerous fans. She appreciated the enthusiasm from her fans as it made her feel like part of their families. Lana also revealed that having a cup of Pu'er tea with honey for breakfast every morning was her tip to stay young and beautiful. Her daughter Maggie was delighted to welcome her mother to Seattle for a reunion and meet with her great-grandson and definitely looked forward to more opportunities in the near future. When asked the question everyone was curious to know, she expressed no intention of returning to Hong Kong for the first incense. With a Wong Tai Sin temple around in the United States, Lana said jokingly that she would prepare an attractive bunny-style costume to become a local “First Incense" KOL. The whole process would be recorded and shared with the fans in Hong Kong. Let's check out Lana’s interview now!

Lana Wong's Interview in What's On

Louis Cheung


Though Louis Cheung’s recent release, Kung Fu Jungle, was written and recorded two years ago, he didn’t rush to publish the song immediately. After revisiting his work recently, he decided to present it in a new arrangement. He revised the lyrics with his friend, Siu Hak, as his state of mind has changed throughout the years. Even though the life problem Louis encountered during the past few years was frustrating, it made him reflect on the inevitability of suffering in real life. Since there were no alternatives, he could only suffer in silence. As a result, Louis has become more mature and in control of life, like finding a balance in the "martial arts" world. In addition, he also likes to crossover with other singers. Louis recently accepted the invitation from singer-songwriter JNY to produce a new single, Let's Take It Easy, aiming to inject happiness to cheer up Hong Kong. He was very impressed with JNY's talent. Apart from releasing new songs, Louis is also preparing for his concert in October, hoping to share his musical journey with fans over the years. Let's check out Louis' interview now!

Louis Cheung's Interview in What's On

Poon Chan Leung


The highly anticipated drama "Inevitable" has landed in Canada! In this supernatural story, Poon Chan Leung plays the character of the "Final Boss" who can travel through dimensions and control human life and death. He reveals in an interview with FTV that the complexity of the script was the most significant challenge. The plot of every scene required an in-depth analysis in order to conjure up the unique and mysterious ambience of the different spaces that his character navigates. Poon Sir's first collaboration with Sonija Kwok also brings a fresh feel and vibe to the production. In the action-filled scenes, Poon Sir has to transform from the professional theatre actor that he is well-known for to becoming a martial arts master. Fortunately, the entire filming process of "Inevitable" went very smoothly, rewarding him with valuable experience as well. Check out the interview for more exclusive content!

Poon Chan Leung's Interview in What's On

Hera Chan


Flashing back to her pageant journey, 2018 Miss Hong Kong and 2019 Miss Chinese International Hera Chan considers the lack of confidence as her most significant obstacle then because she did not have any outstanding talents. However, with every ounce of courage, Hera took the first step to sign up for the competition, hoping to take this opportunity to improve her performance. Through the pageant, she got to know herself more. The many new challenges that she took on made her realize that much more could be achieved in reality than one could ever imagine. In the drama “Story of Zom-B”, Hera’s character Bella is regarded as a goddess by many guys. Though this tomboy personality is somewhat similar to hers, she favors the role Joey in the drama “Used Goods”. That said, she is looking forward to portraying various contrasting roles, including a villain or an athlete to demonstrate her versatility. Check out the interview for more exclusive content!

Hera Chan's Interview in What's On

Sabrina Mendes


The University of Toronto graduate 2021 Miss Hong Kong champion Sabrina Mendes was born into a beauty pageant family. Her most memorable moment at the pageant was scoring perfectly in the question-and-answer session at the semi-final. This nice surprise certainly helped to boost her confidence in the journey ahead. Having returned to Hong Kong for some time, she misses the Canadian dish Poutine the most. Sabrina was honored to have the opportunity to host one of TVB’s most prominent shows, TVB Anniversary Gala last year. This experience was valuable as she had learned a lot from the other MC, the Pageant alumna Crystal Fung. Viewers also praised Sabrina for her poise and natural performance at the show. Check out the interview for more exclusive content!

Sabrina Mendes's Interview in What's On

Lisa-Marie Tse


To fulfill her father’s dream, Lisa-Marie Tse decided to return to Hong Kong from Scotland in 2020 to participate in the Miss Hong Kong Pageant. In the end, she was crowned champion and took the title of Miss Photogenic as well. Reminiscing about this life-changing experience, Lisa feels that travelling overseas to a foreign place was the most challenging part. However, she is grateful for all the friends she met and the opportunity to improve her Cantonese. Lisa is now fully occupied with the filming of “Come Home Love: Lo and Behold” which she recently joined and the promotional activities for the 50th anniversary of the Miss Hong Kong Pageant. Check out the interview for more exclusive content!

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Fred Cheng


Fred Cheng, guest star of this year’s TVB Fairchild Fans Party, has been busy preparing for his life as a new dad! The first-time parent Fred is extremely excited but super nervous with endless questions about baby care. He is well-prepared with all the newborn essentials, but definitely needs to consult his experienced family members when it comes to feeding and babysitting. Raised in Canada as an enthusiast for ice hockey, Fred hopes that his son will grow up learning and loving the sport just as much as he does. He even bought a toddler Canucks jersey in anticipation of an outing in matching father-son outfits! Meanwhile, Fred is also practicing martial arts again for his new role in an upcoming drama! Click on the video to check out the interview!

Fred Cheng's Interview in What's On

Fred Cheng's Interview in What's On

Natalie Tong


As a challenge for her long-time career in the entertainment industry, Natalie Tong was determined to take up the lead role as a female fighter in the drama “The Righteous Fists”. For someone without a sporty build, she had to dedicate extra effort to perform well. However, she did not at any moment regret taking on this character, as Natalie believes that a professional actress should constantly welcome tough tasks and that she would look forward to being better than she was yesterday. While enjoying watching dramas as a quarantine activity to help fight the pandemic, she also pays great attention to her mental health. Natalie finds her own space and peace through mediation and practices running as a stress reliever. Click on the video to check out the interview!

Natalie Tong's Interview in What's On

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Ying Chi Yuet (Little Cat)


Promising singer-songwriter Ying Chi Yuet, nicknamed “Little Cat”, is not only talented in singing and dancing, but has also showed off his acting skills in the microfilm “Shade of Brotherhood” recently. This action-filled movie required numerous fighting and shooting scenes that were new experiences for Little Cat. This opportunity brought Little Cat the honour of training under ‘08 Beijing Olympic martial arts bronze medalist and instructor Colin Cheng for his role. On top of that, he had the privilege of inviting Colin to perform in his new MV “The Making-Of”. This release is Little Cat’s second love song expressing the bitterness and sadness of unrequited love in a relationship. Check out the interview for more exclusive content!

Ying Chi Yuet's Interview in What's On