10 TVB Artistes Who Are Also YouTubers

By on May 31, 2020 in NEWS

10 TVB Artistes Who Are Also YouTubers

A few days ago, TVB actress Grace Chan (陳凱琳) made a special appearance in an ASMR video produced by Hong Kong YouTuber Snow E (雪姨). In the video, Snow introduced Grace to various Hong Kong street foods and was asked to guess the food with her eyes blindfolded.

Currently pregnant with her second child, Grace has extended her onscreen television hiatus, and is instead focusing her new skincare company, Snow Queen, which she created with Snow E.

“Grace is not only my close friend, but also my close ally in the business world,” said Snow. “To be honest, I really admire her. Not only is she beautiful and smart like what a Miss Hong Kong should be, she’s never cared about my grassroots background. I called her in for this video because I want everyone to see the joyous side of her.”

Grace is far from being the only TVB artiste who has a presence on YouTube. Here are 10 TVB-linked artistes who are also working on making footprints on YouTube.

Kayee Tam (譚嘉儀) — 137,000+ subscribers

Kayee’s channel was started in 2012, a year after her debut. Besides Kayee’s own original music videos, the channel also features Kayee’s covers of famous songs and collaborations with other artistes.

Shiga Lin (連詩雅) — 104,000+ subscribers

Like Kayee’s channel, Shiga’s channel mainly consists of her original music and collaborations. It also occasionally features behind-the-scenes videos.

Joey Thye (戴祖儀) — 39,400+ subscribers

The 25-year-old singer-actress enjoys updating her fans with humorous vlogs and special musical collaborations.

Moon Lau (劉佩玥) — 24,500+ subscribers

The channel, which was started in 2018, mainly consists of random vlogs and beauty tip videos. It also features a cover of “A Whole New World”, in collaboration with good friend Adrian Chau (周志文).

Grace Wong (王君馨) — 22,900+ subscribers

Grace opened up the channel with a food-workout challenge with close friend Jonathan Wong (王梓軒). Aside from sharing diet tips, Grace also vlogs and tells stories of her life.

Kaman Kong (江嘉敏) — 5,700+ subscribers

Starting her channel in April 2019, Kaman’s channel mainly consists of her traveling around the city and exploring different avenues of entertainment.

Amber Tang (鄧卓殷) — 3,600+ subscribers

The 2018 Miss Hong Kong runner-up uploads daily vlogs and beauty tips, including one where she talked about turning monolids into double eyelids. She originally posted videos with her older brother.

Snow Suen (孫慧雪) — 1,800+ subscribers

Snow enjoys sharing food recipes and an occasional daily vlog.

Stitch Yu (余思霆) — 900+ subscribers

With the username Si Ka Ting Yuen (思家霆園), only two videos uploaded to her channel so far, the videos are personal documentaries of her trip in Taiwan. Though currently based in Hong Kong, Stitch grew up in New York and is originally from Taiwan.

Agnes Lam (林希靈) — 390+ subscribers

The Scoop <東張西望> host has two videos uploaded so far, both related to reviewing recent purchases she used for her workouts. 

Source: HK01.com

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

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