March 28th, 2010

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Tamaki Hiroshi wants to collaborate with Stephen Chow

Tamaki Hiroshi held his concert last night at the Hong Kong International Trade & Exhibition Centre in Kowloon Bay. As he had some free time in the afternoon, he accepted interviews from the press, however he arrived about an hour late. Tamaki revealed during the interview that he will be singing and playing the guitar at the concert. He will also be speaking a few lines in Cantonese to introduce himself. At the end of the show, there will be a handshake event to get up close and personal with his fans. As this is already his fourth/fifth time in HK, reporters asked him on his impressions of the ladies here. Tamaki replied: "HK women and Japanese women are quite similar. Both have their charms."

While on the topic of HK artistes, Tamaki said: "If there is a chance I would like to work with Stephen Chow. I really enjoy his films, especially comedies." Tamaki appeared to have lost a lot of weight recently. He explained that he was indeed heavier before, but he started going to the gym two months prior to his concert to get back in shape. Tamaki also mentioned he spent time exploring the area close to his hotel and had a chance to eat Chinese food. He hopes to have hot pot after his concert to celebrate. When asked when he'll be leaving HK? He says he still has to attend a fan meet today.

Source: AsianFanatics, Mingpao

“Lala” is One of Four Female-Directed Movies Out in Theaters This April

Xu Jinglei’s new self-directed and self-acted, metropolitan romance movie “Go Lala Go!” with Pace Wu, Stanley Huang, and Karen Mok will shown in major theaters in mainland China on April 15th. The story tells of a college graduate who works her way up the corporate ladder and romances her boss along the way. Xu Jinglei, who in real life can be considered one of the most successful Chinese actresses, having directed award-winning films, having the number 1 blog on technorati, and her own web-magazine for women, had originally felt she was too old to star in her own movie but to do financial and other reasons ended up playing the part and hand-picked Stanley Huang for the role of Wang Wei, her boss in the film.

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Source: Cfensi Blog