Source: Straits Times OnlineHong Kong singer-actor Aaron Kwok plans to spend more time acting now.At an interview at Resorts World Sentosa's Equarius Hotel, the boyish-looking 47-year-old says: "I think in recent years, movies are a separate and different kind of creative field that give me the chance to express myself in alternate ways than the concert stage."I'm always looking to create new breakthroughs, and for now, I think the movie field is where I can do that. I find acting even more exciting and fun than singing at the moment, precisely because it's newer and harder for me. That is also why I'll be dedicating more time to movies for now."He was in town recently to promote his latest movie Cold War, about the power struggle between two top police department chiefs in Hong Kong. It also stars Tony Leung Ka Fai, Eddie Peng and Andy Lau. It opens in cinemas here on Thursday.Kwok, who has won two Golden Horse awards for Best Actor in 2005 and 2006, says: "I feel like there is still so much more that I can achieve until I can say that I've reached my peak in my career. I want to try to see what getting to the top feels like while I still can."