Thursday, May 4, 2017

Chrissie Chau wishes to find a partner; Joyce Cheng gives her youth to her career

Chrissie Chau (周秀娜), Joyce Cheng (鄭欣宜) and the director, Kearen Pang (彭秀慧) watch the film, 29+1 based on priority queue and there is 300 audiences over 30 years old. Chrissie filmed the movie when she turned 30 years old last year: "I feel happy after filming it last year and the career woman works very seriously. It changes my mindset when working. (Any target after turning 30 years old?) Yes in terms of money. I have not find my Mr Right yet and focus on my career now. We face pressure in different area and the box office is not within our control and we are more reactive. (Anxious to find a boyfriend?) Yes when filming and my relationship in movie is less happy. It equals to having no boyfriend. BabyJohn and Joyce have the feeling of first love and I feel lonely upon returning home. Wish to find a partner but cannot rush though."

Joyce will turn 30 years old by year end and expresses the same desire to date. She uses to think there is no pressure at 30 years old but will become herself after working now and plan to visit relatives in Canada. Joyce realises she says the wrong thing when she feels she will not be able to turn 30 years old and explains that she will not celebrate her birthday on that day due to working.

Source: Ming Pao (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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