Aaron Kwok (郭富城), Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅) and Zeno Koo (顧定軒) turned up at the seminar for the film, I’m Living It (麥路人) on 26th December 2019. Miriam planned to take her son, Torres who is 7 years old to watch the movie: “Must explain to him and understand the surrounding. I teach him to cherish his stuff since little. (Does Torres understands the definition of poverty?) Yes, the school will arrange him to do voluntary work and visit the elderlies. He understands everyone has different lifestyles.” When mentioned about Christmas, she replied she was working in Mainland China and only returned to Hong Kong on Christmas Day: “Luckily, there is enough time for me to help in the charity donations with my son and his classmates from kindergarten. Hopefully he can maintain the friendship with them.”

Asking if she felt unhappy as shaking hands with Chinese politician, Xi Jinping (習近平) at a dinner banquet which became a heated discussion among the netizens, Miriam said: “As a performer, I should feel happy upon receiving the invitation and respecting my performance. Anyway, I feel happy as long as there is work.”

Source: https://ol.mingpao.com/ldy/showbiz/latest/20191226/1577364737808/%e8%b7%9f%e7%bf%92%e8%bf%91%e5%b9%b3%e6%8f%a1%e6%89%8b%e6%83%b9%e7%86%b1%e8%ad%b0-%e6%a5%8a%e5%8d%83%e5%ac%85-%e6%88%91%e9%96%8b%e5%bf%83%e5%92%8c%e5%b0%8a%e9%87%8d%e6%bc%94%e5%87%ba