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Christine Ng is older than Bosco Wong by 11 years old; She does not mind acting as his mother

Christine Ng (伍詠薇) promoted Flying Tiger (飛虎之潛行極戰) drama at the radio station on 17th May 2018 and acted as Bosco Wong’s (黃宗澤) mother and the only female villain in the series. She said: “Bosco is tall and big and I do not mind him acting as my son despite the 11 years old difference. Many actresses are worried about unable to make a turn back after acting as a mother and what matters most to me is the script. I am fine with acting as a grandmother as well.”

Christine confessed to feeling the power of the netizens and online click rate after filming the web series: “I am totally clueless at first and China already has 2.6 billion click rate although Hong Kong has not aired it yet. The Chinese netizens usually dislike the villains but they love 3 villains in the series this time. I have a group called U384 and feel the members have joined my group.” It also increased the work opportunities for Christine in China and many asked about her outfit, lipstick and haircut. She said: “I feel happy and it is amazing as I do not expect people will ask me at all.”

In the drama, Christine had scenes with Hugo Ng (吳岱融), Michael Mui (苗僑偉), Eddie Cheung (張兆輝) and Bosco and felt comfortable to work with them. She hoped the ratings record in Hong Kong will be good as well: “I am worried in the beginning and it is a good learning experience for me. We must steal tips from others and continue to learn even when growing old.”

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