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  • Monday, 5 February 2007

    Raymond Lam Fung has been rumored to be frequently late during the filming of "The Drive of Life," inciting Jessica Hsuan to walk off set in anger. Since Myolie Wu Hang Yee has numerous scenes with Raymond in "The Drive of Life," she acknowledged that he has been a bit late, but does not believe that Jessica walked off the set.
    "Since Jessica is so professional, I don't believe that she walked off the set. Although lateness is a problem, but everyone will have one or two incidences of lateness. 'The Drive of Life' is a 60 episode series and filming will take several months. Perhaps Raymond was late due to traffic issues."
    So has Raymond been late for filming? Myolie said awkwardly, "According to my memories, he has been a bit late. But no one wants to be late. I also have the likelihood or running late too, so I do not have the courage to request that others can not be late. Of course punctuality is a good quality." Myolie was at a promotional event with Wong He yesterday and indicated that as an artist, she would like to continue to promote meaningful charity work. Myolie also hopes that one day she has the honor to win the prestigious Outstanding Young Person's Award (傑出青年) through her volunteer acitivies. Reporters asked Sheren Tang Shui Man to comment on Jessica and Raymond's rumors.
    Sheren said, "I don't share a lot scenes with Jessica and Raymond. I have the most scenes with Michael Miu Kiu Wai instead and we get along well. Even when we have hindrances, there are methods to extricate myself and focus on the positive aspects. The most important thing is that cast and crew get along with each other."
    Joe Ma Tak Chung said, "I'm not certain regarding Raymond's lateness. I did not have to wait for him, but I'm very punctual myself."

    Monday, February 05, 2007