Saturday, October 24, 2015

Ruco Chan (Eleventh Prince) released long message to clarify the dispute rumours: Tony Hung (Cheung Po Tsai) is a brave man

Since the broadcast of Anniversary series, Captain of Destiny (張保仔), endless rumours such as criticism of main lead, Grace Chan's (陳凱琳) acting skills and disagreement between Ruco Chan (陳展鵬) and Tony Hung (洪永城) fighting for filming additional scenes have been circulating around and become the hottest topic in town as a result. As the finale of the series is approaching, Ruco specially released a long message to clarify the rumours and shared many photos taken behind the scene as evidence on Weibo: "The photos are worth to keep it as memory. On that night, everyone specially arranged me as the last person to film the scene. In fact, I can end work earlier and the photos prove the rumours is groundless and dispute news is fake."

Also, Ruco defended Tony Hung (Cheung Po Tsai 張保仔): "Before the filming started, the host asked Cheung Po Tsai about his feelings during the interview. I remembered deeply Po Tsai replied with existence of threat and opportunity with a worried and excited expression and his reply made me have the same feeling. It is a very big challenge to newcomer as I am a newcomer once and will feel hopeless and scared when facing opportunity and challenge, but I might choose to avoid if given the same chance at that time. Thus, accepting it with courage is the first step towards success and it is a male character to accept the challenge. As the prince, I acknowledge Cheung Po Tsai has changed the threat into opportunity and believe will have confidence to handle the series in the future. I will stop here as the prince. Hope everything will run smoothly and take great care. From the Eleventh Prince."

Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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