Friday, October 9, 2009

Chrissie Chau Confident Despite Criticisms

Gillian Chung
Taping for the Jade Solid Gold program, Gillian was still having some problems singing her song and needed to re-record it. (

Sammi Cheng
Sammi Cheng is working hard to get fit for her December concert. (

Charlene Choi
Charlene Choi shot a new MV where slept on models causing her great embarassment. (

Chrissie Chau

Chrissie Chau still smarting from the student criticism of her appearance at HKUST sought the solace of her boyfriend and dined at a Japanese restaurant. (

Despite the criticisms and accusations of being ill-prepared and answering poorly, Chrissie Chau is self-confident and bravely responded, 'To do a good job, I will take the initiative and never give up easily. I won't notice other people's criticisms too much...Anywhere there are Chinese people, they will know Chrissie Chau.' Though only 24 years-old, she is mature and sophisticated for her years...'Because my parents rarely took care of me when I was a child, I learned to be independent. Taking part-time and summer jobs I've a lot of social contact. With many years of work experience, I've experienced many unhappy things. I've been deceived, underpaid, uncompensated, had unreasonable requirements, etc. But I don't complain or cry for sympathy, only endure it in silence. So now, I know to strike a balance so long as efforts are made with a clear conscience, I don't pay much attention.'

Descendent from Chiu Chow people (noted for their industriousness), Chrissie is convinced her her hard work will be rewarded...She wants to make Japanese TV drama series and hopes to study acting. Also, Chrissie wants to learn Mandarin to facilitate work and to improve her speaking voice...As for sexy or nude performances (on film), it depends on the script, role and costar but she will not reveal 'three points'.

Barbie Hsu recently shot a series of adverts for a watch company (

Aaron Kwok’s on-off girlfriend, Chinese model Lynn Xiong, had reportedly engaged in self-harm after the Heavenly King dumped her for model Mango Wong...

An estimated 8 million Taiwan dollars (S$346,000) in performance fees is being owed to Hong Kong star Aaron Kwok for his Guangzhou concert in January. 

Concert organiser Luo Jiahui, who was also an acquaintance of Kwok's, is alleged to have absconded with the money and is nowhere to be found.

According to reports, Luo, who previously managed Taiwanese actress Shu Qi and Hong Kong singer Daniel Chan, got China mall boss Liu Guojie to invest 20 million Taiwan dollars (S$864,000) in the show...

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