Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Joyce Cheng Yun Yi has inherited her late mother Lydia Shum Din Ha's performance genes and has developed well in music, film and television. Recently she participated in the Lunar New Year film I LOVE HONG KONG 2013 (NGOR OI HK 2013 GUNG HEI FAT CHOI) and played a young Fei Jeh. She looked and acted extremely convincingly. She wore a special costume to be even more accurate in terms of figures.
Yun Yi earlier wore a retro costume and worked on the Lunar New Year film I LOVE HONG KONG 2013 with Kate Tsui Tsz Shan and Bosco Wong Chung Chak in a Mongkok nostalgia coffee shop over night.
Yun Yi put on Fei Jeh's trademark hairstyle wig, exaggerated round white framed glasses and a pearl necklace. When she propped up her chin with her hands she looked very much like Fei Jeh. Yun Yi looked plumper than before, when she smiled she even had a double chin. She said that in order to look even more like her mother she deliberately would thicker clothing for the performance.
During the shoot, Yun Yi and Tsui Tsz Shan chatted and laughed. Her record company executive visited the set with a magazine that covered Tavia Yeung Yi and Tsui Tsz Shan's TVB Best Actress battle. Tsui Tsz Shan pretended that she did not see it.
Translated by: hktopten
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