Matt Yeung (楊明) and the cast team members including Hugo Wong (黄子恆), Snow Suen (孫慧雪) and Carlos Ng (吳家樂) for Airport Strikers (機場特警) drama distributed face masks at Sham Shui Po (深水埗). Matt expressed there was 1 box of face masks left at home and the supply at his soup restaurant could only last his staff for 1 to 2 months. He admitted the business was affected because of the virus and there was no customers at night at the branch in Wan Chai: “We have stopped hiring part-timer so that the full-timers will continue to be employed. There is no retrenchment yet and hopefully the landlords are willing to reduce the rentals for 4 branches. I am very worried and hopefully it will be over soon.”

When mentioned about his girlfriend, Lisa Chong (莊思明) caught the bridal bouquet from Jacqueline Chong (莊思敏), Matt said: “I suspect they do something to it as she will catch it regardless of different directions. (Feel stressful?) Nope. The most ironic part is many friends texted me about my wedding plan when it is Jacqueline’s wedding. Looks like they are more anxious than me. (Any pressure from your parent-in-law?) Nope. They leave it to us.”

Pointing that Airport Strikers drama was finally broadcasting, Matt emphasised it was not warehouse series and the company planned to air it in an appropriate timing. Reminded about the tension between the cops and citizens, he said: “It is meaningless to think about it. Filming drama is to provide entertainment to the audiences and we will feel happier by thinking this way. (The netizens might boycott it as you support the police force?) It is not within my control. Everyone has different perspectives and you can choose not to watch it if dislike it.”