After marrying financial guru Jason Mok (莫贊生), Rosina Lam (林夏薇) continues to focus on her acting career and manage her food empire with her business partners. However, Jason was involved in a financial dispute last year and Rosina defended him and dismissed it immediately. Both remain a loving couple until now.

Because of Wuhan virus, the government urged the public to stay at home and it caused heavy losses to the food businesses. Earlier, Rosina started steamboat and dessert shops in Fort Street and Java Road at North Point, but many people avoided the place due to high risk of infections. Hence, all steamboat restaurants were affected and some shops were closed down because of expensive rentals. Apple Daily HK (蘋果) discovered Rosina’s steamboat restaurant at Fort Street was opened the whole night in the past and it was closed early lately. As for the dessert shop at Java Road, there was a special arrangement to close at 6pm and it is believed her businesses are affected to a certain extent.

Other than venturing into North Point, Rosina also opens noodle restaurant at Victoria Peak which is a hot tourist attraction. She was full of confidence during the opening ceremony last year and her cousin Raymond Lam’s (林峯) wife Carina Zhang (張馨月) specially turned up to show her support. From the look of it, it is highly likely that the food empire created by Rosina suffers from heavy losses. During an interview with the media, Rosina confessed it was hard to survive and said: “Due to the virus, it has been some time since we continue the steamboat in Fort Street but it remains open though. It affects the market badly and hopefully the virus will be over soon. Wish everybody stays healthy and united to fight against the virus.” Rosina added the shareholders and she hoped the rental will decrease and understood it was difficult, because of different perspectives.