Grace Chan (陳凱琳), Katy Kung (龔嘉欣) and Zoie Tam (譚凱琪) are invited to Master’s Talk (師父有請) as the guests and share their business knowledge. Grace expressed her father was a businessman and he did not give her pressure to inherit his business. In recent years, she sets up her own make-up cotton company as a hobby and said: “After becoming a mother, I decide to establish my own business so as to spend more time with my children. I found a business partner to assist me and it turns out to be successful. My business partner has her own view which increases my confidence.” She added make-up cotton market was less competitive and could earn some profits: “I invest 6 digit and treat it as a learning experience. I am a timid person and dare not make a huge investment. The sales revenue is not bad and it is about to break even soon. In fact, my husband Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎) objects to it as it might be a scam but I decide to take the risk and gain his support after that.”

As for Katy, she opens a steamboat restaurant in Malaysia and handles everything such as renovations, choosing the bowls and utensils: “There is lots of profit when running a steamboat restaurant and my popularity in Malaysia is not too bad. However, the business is affected badly because of COVID-19 and lockdown. No choice, I have to wait and continue to pay wages to my staff. It is hard to find a good team.” Katy added it was her supplement income but her menses stopped due to tremendous pressure earlier.

Finally, Zoie expressed her restaurant was closed for 3 years because of the expired rental agreement and society problems: “It is very difficult to manage a business. I will invite my chef to become a shareholder if he has outstanding culinary skills so that he will feel motivated.”