Brave front or don't care? Bosco Wong responds to rumours of Myolie Wu's new love

22 January 2014 / 2 years 9 months ago

Bosco Wong (黃宗澤) is single but certainly not lonely. Recently completing A Man Cannot Be Poor <男人唔可以窮>, Bosco raved about the positive time on set and walked away with new, lasting friendships.

When asked about his romantic status, Bosco once again clarified his many rumors and even asked for help to find his ideal mate.

A motivational film that recounts the struggles of modern life, A Man Cannot Be Poor stars Bosco as a recently laid-off employee who was also dumped by his girlfriend.

Heartbroken and without money, Bosco thought his situation will finally improve when he landed a job as a financial agent. However, his new position only revealed the darker side of modern society and even becomes a threat to his life. While navigating through these career obstacles, Bosco must also resolve his feelings for his ex-girlfriend and find his happy ending.

According to a Jayne Stars article, Stephy Tang (鄧麗欣) plays Bosco’s former love in the film, while Mainland actress Zhao Rong (趙榮) will share a kiss scene with him as his wife.

Although surrounded by many beautiful actresses, Bosco is instead most excited about working with veteran actor Liu Kai Chi (廖啟智). He praised Liu’s talent and recalled the impact he brought to the set.

“There were two crying scenes with Uncle Chi where I could not stop crying at all. I was completely defeated by him.”

The two appeared close at the film’s celebratory dinner on January 20, making jokes and funny poses as they faced the press.

An eligible bachelor, Bosco was again asked about his love life though he was reluctant to comment. When someone pointed out that his former girlfriend Myolie Wu (胡杏兒) has found a new love, Bosco replied simply that it is good news.

Continuing to address rumors with his Coffee Cat Mama <貓屎媽媽> co-star Eliza Sam (岑麗香), Bosco again said that Eliza is like a little sister and far from the image of his ideal woman. “I want someone who is more independent and more mature, [those qualities] will suit me better.”

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