Sunday, November 30, 2003

[Oriental Daily]

Shirley Yeung was at work at TVB City yesterday and revealed that she will be working through Christmas this year, but she has already bought presents for her friends and family and has tried knitting a scarf for her mum. When asked whether she would be giving a hand-knitted item to boyfriend Gregory Lee, she smiled sweetly and said: "If I can't finish it in time then I will buy something, because I have been busy filming and I need to use the time to rest."

Earlier, Shirley was forced to move out early from her Sai Kung home due to security issues but was met with complaints about her owing rent. Yesterday she revealed that she was happy to see that her landlord had clarified the false reports and her name. Shirley says: "I feel that justice is in the heart and the truth has finally been revealed. I can breathe a sigh of relief now."


[Ta Kung Pao]

Moses Chan has been chosen to present a series of language learning videos and took part in a demonstration and autograph event yesterday. This is the first time that Moses is making educational material and it is possibly down to his English language skills gained from many years of living in Australia. When asked if he has a share of the profits, he says he does not but to be able to take part, he is already very happy.

Moses has had a desire to write a book since he was young, but he feels that he would not be able to do better than anyone else, so he has not continued. When it was suggested he could find a ghost writer, he says that if he was to write a book, he would do it himself. When asked if he as written love letters before, he says he does not want to talk about this subject, but he would most like to write a script.

Also, in relation to his contractual matters with Clarence Hui, he says this is currently being handled and he does not know if he can regain the owed fees, but if he has any news he will let everyone know.


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