Yesterday, My Ages Apart <誇世代> actor Bobby Au-yeung (歐陽震華) attended an abalone-eating promotional event, where he tried different cooking styles of the brand he endorses. The actor, a self-professed foodie, said he eats everything without discrimination, and doesn’t really care about the difference between “good food” and “cheap food.”
“If it tastes good, it’s good food,” said the 57-year-old actor. “In the past, it was a big deal to eat abalone, but for this style, you can do it casually,” he added with a smile.
Asking if Bobby also eats abalone for breakfast, he said, “I’ll only eat it when I crave it. After all, it’s now free for me!”
In regards to his My Ages Apart costar Moses Chan (陳豪), who intends to leave TVB when his contract is up this year, Bobby said, “You just don’t feel at peace when you haven’t tried what’s out there. We are all naturally curious.” Has Moses consulted Bobby for some advice? “He doesn’t need to! It’s not like I’m very familiar with what’s out there either! He’s an honest guy. He can’t be bullied.”
Pointing out that ten months of salary in outside agencies equated to three years of salary at TVB, Bobby exclaimed, “Not even! (Then why did you come back to TVB?) I like it here, because of the people.”
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.