Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Moses Chan calls himself as 'Chinese Mitten Crab' and will give it to his sons in the future



Artist Moses Chan (陳豪) is the spoke person for Royal Medic and attended the listed company ceremony in SEHK. This is his first time to enter into SEHK and Moses expressed the feelings was very good and treated the group of businessman as the model example. He hoped the business will be better and when asked if he wished his own company will become listed company, Moses said: "The gap is too wide and has to increase my business sales."

When mentioned about shares investment, Moses replied he was a 'Chinese Mitten Crab 大閘蟹' and failure example: "Investment is necessary and needs to teach the next generation. We have to teach them how to manage, control and increase your wealth. (Invest because of children?) Yes as the children is our future."

Although Moses mentioned the blue chip that he brought had dropped, but he felt the strategy was most important: "Honestly, no gain and loss if you do not give up. Perhaps after 10 years will be different and we must look at long term and I might give it to my son. (Boss, Chan Yan Tak gives shares to you?) Please do not ask me this and I feel happy that their business is good and can become the spoke person. It is double happiness."

Mentioning the nomination list for TV King was released on 19 November and he was nominated based on Ghost of Relatively (鬼同你OT) series, Moses expressed he treated it with normal heart and felt Anthony Wong (黃秋生) (Lord of Shanghai 梟雄) had high chance to win: "We can see it. (Yourself?) I hope Kristal Tin (田蕊妮) and Nancy Wu (胡定欣) will win and the series as well."

Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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