Dressed As Sheung Ngo Aimee Chan Has No Idea

Miss Hong Kong winners Aimee Chan, Janet Chow and Koni Lui joined Bond Chan, Martin Lau and Chan Chi Sun for a TVB Pearl Mid Autumn festival event yesterday and the three beauty queens appeared in ancient costume for the first time as they showed off their beauties. Aimee was dressed as Sheung Ngo and Janet and Koni were dressed as rich ladies. The six played games on the stage and tried lantern puzzles as well as talking about mooncakes and drawing festive pictures. The three men also had a moment of bliss as they were fed mooncakes by the beauties.

Aimee says that she used to spend Mid-Autumn in Toronto’s Chinatown and although it is not a holiday there, she still used to ask her mother to buy her lanterns. Asked if she likes eating mooncakes, Aimee says she likes them and she has tried the ice pastry variety for the first time in Hong Kong this year and they taste good. Aimee was dressed as Sheung Ngo and was asked whether she knew about her story. She says that as she grew up abroad, she was not too sure, but she just knew it was something to do with mid-Autumn.

There have been reports that Lydia Shum aggrevated her condition after working with novice MC Aimee at the Children’s Song Awards and when Aimee heard about this, it made her very nervous, but she said she knew nothing of it and she says that only Lydia knows the truth. Janet helped her out by saying: "It shouldn’t be related."

Aimee pointed out that Lydia works with newcomers every year and it should not be this that has caused her condition. Asked if she felt that Lydia was poorly at the event, she says that this was the first time she had met Lydia and she did not know how she was before, so it is difficult to compare. Aimee felt that Lydia looked fine on the night and even gave her tips on how to host the show, such as speaking a little louder so that the audience could hear clearly. Did she feel that Lydia was weary? Aimee says that everyone was tired after working for so long.

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