Becoming good friends after filming multiple dramas together, Joel Chan, Tiffany Lau (劉穎鏇), and Jazz Lam (林子善) gathered for a new year meal. Talking about their wishes and resolutions for the upcoming year, Joel hopes to continue working with different actors, and add a daughter into his family. Tiffany hopes to start her own business, while Jazz wishes for the end of COVID-19, hoping life would become normal again.
Over the holidays, Joel’s family gathered for poon choi as he did not want his mother to slave over the meal preparation. Having grown up overseas, Tiffany revealed that poon choi was not a popular dish and she would spend Lunar New Year’s at Chinese restaurants due to her mother’s bad cooking.
Joel Chan Will Continue to Work Harder
Through hard work and dedication, Joel’s TV King win this year was no surprise to many fans. Joel expressed, “Of course I’m happy to have won, but I can’t let ego take over. Last year was amazing – it’s not every year you have six dramas broadcast with six very different roles. Getting an award definitely was a happy ending. With that being said, it means that I have to work even harder to become a good actor, to become a good husband and father. This is the result of 30 years of hard work and experiences, but it doesn’t represent everything. It’s the beginning to another 30 years – I hope I can work even harder, become better, and more amazing in the next 30 years!”
The trio are filming new series Death Reminder <奪命提示> next. Hoping to work with different actors across the board, Joel said he really wants to film with Raymond Lam (林峯), Ron Ng (吳卓羲), Bosco Wong (黃宗澤), and Charmaine Sheh (佘詩曼). Nodding in agreement, Jazz said he has known them for a very long time and would love to film together again.
Tiffany Lau Doesn’t Care for Romantic Luck
Receiving praises for her series, Tiffany hopes to continue improving and try out different roles. The actress lamented at the difficulties of starting a business in Hong Kong, as she would have to start a business in the United States since her family is there to help her manage it.
Spending the new year with her father in Hong Kong, Tiffany said she has no need for romantic luck this year. Concentrating her time and effort on her career, Tiffany understands the hardship of working in Hong Kong as a foreigner and will focus on financial independence first.
This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com