Source: Asian E-News Portal
35-year-old Kate Tsui acted in the 2007 movie, 'Eye in the Sky', and won the Best Newcomer Award during Hong Kong Film Awards, and it was assumed then that her career will develop smoothly.
Despite filming for more than 10 movies, Kate failed to have a breakthrough and her position in the entertainment industry was getting shaky. Earlier, she acted as an autistic woman in the movie, 'Knock Knock Who's There' directed by Carrie Ng, and challenged herself to film a rat scene in order to seek for a breakthrough.
Depressed and confided in her friend
A few days ago around 4.30pm in the Central, Kate wore black shades without any make-up and walked into a cafe.
Her female friend arrived after a short while and Kate took the initiative to walk away from her seat to order food. It was surprising as Kate was used to being served by her manager and assistants.
Kate then hurriedly returned to her seat as if she had lot to tell her companion. In the cafe, Kate did not stop talking and her friend played the listener role
It was obvious that she failed to find a solution to Kate's problem and they left the cafe together around 6.30pm.