Saturday, February 25, 2017

Wong Cho Lam regrets not letting his sick father eat curry fish balls

Mainland variety show The Negotiator (王牌對王牌), was successful with its first season and is currently airing the second season. The latest episode was aired on February 10th, the guests: Nicholas Tse (謝霆鋒), Charlene Choi (蔡卓妍), Gillian Chung (鍾欣潼), Jolin Tsai (蔡依林) and more were invited to play a variety of games. Among the guests, Charlene Choi (Ah Sa) was the most funniest when imitating Nicholas Tse with a CHOK look. She tried to expand the nostrils to imitate him, which caused a lot of laughter on the night.

Ah Sa laughed and loudly said: "Every time when Nicholas gets nervous, his nostrils becomes big". After the broadcast, there were numerous photos and video clips magnifying Nicholas's nostrils. Nicholas who always has a calm look, gave his best during the games showing a different side of him.

Besides laughter there was also an emotional story. When the guests were taste testing foods, Cho Lam (王祖藍) had an emotional story in relation to curry fish balls. He shared a story about his father, who was suffering from digestive system problems and before his death, he said he wanted to eat curry fish balls. However, at that time he could only eat liquid food. If he consumed other foods, it will cause him discomfort and vomiting. So Cho Lam and sister prohibited their father from eating his favourite foods, but Cho Lam now regrets: "Now I have a little regret because if you love someone, you don't have to protect them from everything. If you love someone, you have to let them do their favourite things and not decide for them. This story moved the audience and guests of the night.

Source: hk01 (HK)
Translated by: lucychoi559 @ Asian E-News Portal
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