Saturday, September 15, 2012
Before the kickoff of the banquet, Emperor Group chairman Dr. Albert Yeung made a speech on stage, he talked about the company's history. He said: "70 years ago, the company first began with Daddy's street shop. Over the last many years, we encountered many difficulties and setbacks. We had many failures as well, but each time we bit our teeth and go through the pain. We never gave up, in the end, we got through one obstacle after another, so I really want to thank all of our employees and clients for all their support."
Dr. Yeung expressed after all the hard work, he felt lucky to have had all the achievements today: "Emperor started from a small street shop, and eventually developed into the large corporation today with 7,000 employees, I really have to thank my colleagues for being in combat with me by my side, allowing me to understand that talent is actually more important than wealth."
Joey Yung was asked if she'll attend Emperor Group's 80th anniversary in the future? She declared her loyalty and said she's willing to 'sell herself' by signing another long contact with EEG: "How can it just be 80 years? I may even attend the 100th anniversary! (Not afraid of getting a pay cut?) I don't calculate that!" Twins were also as loyal as Joey, they frankly expressed: "Whether if its 80, 90 or 100 years, we will still attend. Just as long as EEG is willing to sign with us, we will sign the contract anytime."
Nicholas Tse was in a very good mood when he responded to the family photo of him with Cecilia Cheung and his son at the beach: "Whatever I do now is for my sons!" He also insisted there will not be a chance for him to reconcile with Cecilia and refers her as his ex-wife: "But she's good, willing to let me see my son. My oldest son Lucas still does not know we are divorced, he's always asking 'Ba Ba can you stay?'"
Leo greatly praised Emperor Group: "70th anniversary is amazing. I hope there will be the 80th and 90th anniversary to come too!"
Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ AsianEU Forum
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