Bosco Wong Continues to Work After His Grandfather Death, Thursday December 7, 2006 Hong Kong
Dec 6 2006, 07:29 PM
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Translations by: Em @ http://www.tvbspace.net/ and Kozzi
Source: The Sun - Orisun
True Professional Bosco Still Filming Despite Grandfather's Death
Bosco Wong's grandfather passed away a few days ago, but he has still continued filming for "The Seventh Day", putting aside his sadness for the camera. Despite his mind being blank, he composed himself as soon as the cameras started rolling to film his kiss scene with Charmaine Li.
Filming in Tin Hau earlier, Bosco, Charmaine and Natalie Tong were shooting a scene where Charmaine, who has a crush on Bosco sneaks a kiss from him after their meal and this is spotted by his girlfriend Natalie, who becomes very jealous. Bosco seemed rather confused and did not even seem aware of his forthcoming kissing scene. He said: "What? Is this a kiss scene? I didn't know at all." Bosco revealed that his grandfather had passed away that morning, but as he had to keep up with filming schedules, he insisted on carrying on with his work. He said with a hoarse voice: "My grandfather passed away this morning and my mind is completely numb at the moment. (Did he love you?) Of course a grandfather loves his grandchild! I am not in a good mood at the moment and I am still unwell, but fortunately my colleagues are all very helpful."
When he wasn't filming, Bosco was drinking the red wine prop to drown his real life sorries and quietly sitting in a corner not saying anything, a stark contrast to his usual playful and jolly self. However, as soon as the cameras started rolling, then Bosco still entered the scene with a smile and both Charmaine and Natalie praised him for his professionalism. Charmaine said: "He is very strong and I know he is unhappy, so when we are not filming, we will not disturb him." Natalie adds: "Bosco arrived late for the afternoon scene and at first we were going to play a joke on him and tell him to pay for dinner. Then we found out about his grandfather and saw how upset he was, so I daren't bother him now."
Translations by Kozzi @ http://www.bosco-wong.com/news
Bosco Wong Continues to Work After His Grandfather’s Death
Bosco Wong Chung Chak’s (黃宗澤) grandfather passed away from sickness a few days ago, but Bosco suppressed his emotions to continue filming “The Seventh Day” 《最美麗的第七天》. Although his mind was pretty much blank from the incident, he still managed to engage in acting. When the camera began to roll, he collected his thoughts and shot a kissing scene with Charmaine Li Si Yan (李思欣).
Bosco, Charmaine, and Natalie Tong Si Wing (唐詩詠) were filming “The Seventh Day” inside a restaurant at Tin Hau a few nights ago. The story spoke of Charmaine having a crush on Bosco. After dinner, she used her drunken-ness to steal a kiss at Bosco. Bosco’s girlfriend Natalie saw this, and as a result, became incredibly jealous.
Although Bosco was getting all the love, he appeared very lost, completely unaware of the details of the scene. He said, “Huh? There’s a kissing act? I totally didn’t know!” It turned out that Bosco’s grandfather had passed away that day, but because they needed to finish the series, he insisted on coming to work. He said in a coarse voice, “I found out my grandfather passed away this morning, but I still continued to work. Right now, my mind is completely blank. (Did he really love you?) Of course a grandfather loves his grandson! Right now, I’m not in a very good mood. Plus, I’m kind of sick as well. Fortunately, my coworkers are pretty helpful.”
When he didn’t need to get on the set, Bosco sat quietly in the corner, and drank the red wine prop that was used for filming. Compared to his usual lively and cheerful self, he was definitely a completely different person that day. However, when the camera started rolling, Bosco still put a smile on his face and engaged in filming again. Even Charmaine and Natalie praised his professionalism. Charmaine said, “He’s very strong. I know he was not in a good mood, so when we were not filming, I tried not to bother him.” Natalie said, “Bosco was a little late for a scene this afternoon. At first, I was going to joke that he needed to treat everyone to dinner. I later found out about his grandfather, and saw that he was in a bad mood, so I didn’t dare to bother him.”
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