Bosco Wong Most Popular in Group Concert with Moses Chan, Ron Ng, and Kevin Cheng

By on May 3, 2011 in Hot Gossip!, NEWS

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Moses Chan Ho, Bosco Wong Chung Chak, Ron Ng Cheuk Hei, and Kevin Cheng Ka Wing arrived in Singapore for their concert, performing before a packed audience of 5,000 fans. Aside from Kevin, Moses, Ron, and Bosco did not start their careers in singing, but their performance was livened by dancing. Bosco was the most popular TVB artist, followed closely by Moses.

Always possessing a lively presence, Bosco had the most number of fans present. Fans traveled from Taiwan, mainland China, and Hong Kong to attend the concert. Bosco’s dancing skills were impressive and he danced effortlessly while singing, Hey Boy and 千金散尽. In addition, Bosco had good skills in chatting with fans. He laughed and said that for fans carrying signs with is name had benefits. He invited a female fan onstage and gave her a Mini Mouse stuffed animal and a bouquet of flowers. The female fan sang the song Loving You From All Angles <全角度爱你>.

Bosco dressed the most fashionably and chose the best alternative songs. Moses sang several popular Chinese songs, Ron sang TVB theme songs, while Kevin sang classic Cantonese songs. Pronouncing Mandarin with a “Northern accent,” Bosco performed a rock version of The Bund <上海滩>Merlin Merlin I Love You <梅兰梅兰我爱你>, and a high-pitched version of Will Not Go Home Today <今天不回家>. When asked why he performed a rock version of The Bund, Bosco said, “It fits with my temperament….”

Cheated on the Lyrics

Perhaps Moses, Bosco, Ron, and Kevin were afraid of forgetting the lyrics to their songs. Sharp-eyed fans may have noticed that the four artists’ eyes often strayed downwards to look at the lyrics subtitle prompts. Performing in a concert in Singapore for the first time, the artists had a psychological burden and fear of forgetting the lyrics on stage. The lyrics prompts helped them avoid this.

Performance Scores

Moses Chan Had Weak Voice: 50 Points
Moses’ voice was very weak and his singing performance was just passing. He put in a lot of effort and chose his songs carefully, such as If You Love Me, Don’t Leave <爱我别走>, I Am Truly Hurt <我真的受伤了>. Was Moses attempting to send a message to ex-girlfriend, Bernice Liu Bik Yee? Unfortunately, Moses was inherently limited by his weak voice. His singing was powerless and resulting in a “cow climbing a tree” feeling (老牛上树). However, he put in his best effort and his sincerity added 20 additional points to his final performance score of 70 points.

Kevin Cheng Possessed Electric Eyes But Poor Dancing: 70 Points

Among the four artists, Kevin possessed the best singing skills, but poor dancing skills. When he sang Leslie Cheung’s songs, Kevin claimed they were a “challenge to his dancing.” However, Kevin only ran around the stage and should not be considered true dancing. Kevin possessed a pair of electric eyes and the reporters present gave him a score between 70 to 80 points for his singing skills.

Bosco Wong Popular and Possessed High-Power Dancing Skills: 75 Points

Undoubtedly, Bosco Wong created a lively atmosphere and engaged the most number of fans. His performance received the most applause and the loudest screams. Some of the reporters present gave his performance 60 points, while other reporters felts that his performance, due to his strong dancing skills, deserved 75 points.

Ron Ng Looked Cool But Performed Cautiously: 60 Points

Ron was the second artist to perform in the concert. Despite his cool and masculine appearance, his performance was a little bit cautious. Occasionally, he sang out of tune. Overall, his performance was not bad and held the stage well. Despite a professional dancing background, he did not seize the opportunity to exhibit his dancing skills, which was a waste! Some reporters gave Ron’s performance 60 points, while others reporters, who were swayed by his cool appearance, gave him an additional 20 points, resulting in 80 points in total.

Excerpt from Stars.zaobao.com

Jayne: Since Moses, Bosco, Kevin, and Ron were sharing the stage, it was inevitable for the media to compare their performances. An earlier tabloid claimed that the same group concert was planned earlier in China, but it was cancelled since early sales were weak.

Did any fans manage to see the hunks perform in Singapore?! I hope they come to the NYC area to perform!

 

86 comments to Bosco Wong Most Popular in Group Concert with Moses Chan, Ron Ng, and Kevin Cheng

  1. Aly says:

    Yes, I wish they came to the US to perform, too! I know Bosco is not the best singer, but he possesses charisma that makes him shine on stage. He seems to be the most playful and carefree of the four, so I think he would not be shy to give his all to his performance. Kevin and Moses’ dancing is weak, and I think Moses has the worst singing of the four, and Ron probably does not know how to communicate that well with the audience, so he seems to miss the connection and rapport that is needed to make the atmosphere lively.

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  2. Fox says:

    I watched some fancam of this one. To singing, I give Kevin the highest points and Moses the lowest. I give To overall performance, I give Bosco the highest points and Moses is still the lowest. Bosco is the one who has best communication among 4.

    我真的受伤了 of Moses is bad. His performance with Eng songs are better. He has good Eng.

    As for the dance between Ron and Bosco, Bosco surprisingly won. His dance moves are so much better than Ron’s. Ron dun practice dance for a long while? His moves are stiff compared to himself in the past.

    BTW, anyone noe where they performed? (I mean the place).

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    • Masaharu replied:

      I only knew that they perform in someplace called Sentosa.

      Fox, do you know how’s Moses, Kevin and Ron’s mandarin skills? From what I watched Bosco is the only person who communicate in mandarine.

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      • Fox replied:

        As my Mando is so-so to bad, I won’t comment.

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      • lol replied:

        I know that Ron has bad mando although he went to film in mainland many times. I’m not sure about the others.

        Myolie has among the best mando in TVB 😀

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      • jayne replied:

        @Lol,
        Maybe Myolie’s good Mandarin skills also allowed Bosco to improve in his skills. 🙂

        I studied Mandarin in college, but my conversational skills are still terrible. When I watch Mandarin shows, I have to read the subtitles.

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      • lol replied:

        @Jayne – I don’t think there’s any connection between Bosco’s improving mando and Myolie’s good mando since they communicate in Cantonese.

        I heard Bosco once hired a mando teacher for a few months while in mainland but I’m not sure. Maybe his fans knew better.

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      • Yee replied:

        Ron’s mandarin ain’t that bad, at least he can communicate with out a kinda strong hong kong accent. Well if your talking mandarin skills I think Ray has the best, since his family is like there, where the rest are all Hk based, and stuff. But I think Ron mandarin is pretty good, but then again I can’t really judge since my mandarin is crap.

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      • scarlee replied:

        @Yee Ron’s Mandarin is actually pretty bad. His Cantonese accent is so strong it sounds like he’s speaking in accented Cantonese. He is understandable, but maybe that’s probably because I can understand Cantonese lol

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      • Fox replied:

        Off topic a bit, do you know where I can find the ads where Ron said “My favourite” wrongly? I heard it became a legend :P.

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      • TVB fan replied:

        @lol – “I heard Bosco once hired a mando teacher for a few months while in mainland but I’m not sure. Maybe his fans knew better.”

        Yes LOL, every time Bosco goes to Mainland for filming he would hire a Mandarin teacher to help him to improve on his Mandarin. His Mandarin improved significantly after filming Growing Through Life in 2009 for 3 months. That’s what I like about him. I feel that he’s a hard-worker, a quick-learner and a great entertainer. Maybe that Singapore article is right. I tend to fall for “bad boys”. some sidetrack… I don’t like Edison Chen that much–but I found him to be very intelligent–he writes his own lyrics, can sing/dance, has his own clothing line/retail stores, is a great actor, and can communicate fluently in Mandarin, Cantonese and English.

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    • Fiona Ang replied:

      Fox, LF’s performance is the best!!!!! This is the 2nd time I’ve been to the 4 guy’s concert. The 1st being in Genting. Been to LF’s concert in msia & spore too. Conclusion: in terms of appearance, charisma & performance, LF beats them hands down!!

      I’m also a fan of the 4 guys.

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  3. Masaharu says:

    Jayne, if they ever come to your area, just don’t expect great vocals from them, hahah.

    Personally I think it’s down to everyone’s personal taste ;). I admit I would support Bosco and enjoy him the most but some others may like the cooler and softer performances from others, hahah.

    However there’s something “warm” about having all four together in a single performance. It’s small scale since they don’t have mighty followings, but size wouldn’t matter to fans.

    This English article from Singapore has a better title “A Man for Every Occasion”(However have to excuse the writer’s bias on Kevin, it sounds more like a personal dislike on her behalf).

    http://ww2.sinaimg.cn/large/6830c9b9jw1dgu7rrhzi7j.jpg

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    • Kidd replied:

      This reporter must have been forced by her superior to come report on the concert and she’s not too happy about it. She’s so sarcastic in her reporting.

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      • lol replied:

        I hope the reporter is just sarcastic and Moses isn’t acting like a sad puppy for real at the concert. The matter between him and Bernice is over and since Bernice has stopped talking I think Moses should stop playing victim too.

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      • lol replied:

        I particularly hate what she said about Myolie too. Does she need to make Myolie sound desperate?

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    • Jayne replied:

      @Masaharu,
      Thanks for the link to the article. I found it humorous in a sarcastic way, although she did come across as a “Kevin hater” since she commented on him tossing unwanted towels to the audience, but nothing on his singing. She definitely gushed over Bosco. He’s a little too tame to be labeled as a “bad boy” though.

      The article is aptly titled: “A Man for Every Occasion.” That’s why we like them together. Each guy represents a different quality and different type of lover…having them together fills a good range. Even grandmas aged 60 fall for this kind of thing.

      No one attending the concert expected excellent vocals since they are foremost actors. It’s just nice to see the artists live, sweating, and a little nervous like regular folks.

      I saw Deric Wan in concert in the USA and grazed his hand when he mingled with fans offstage. He was very handsome and tall in person. 🙂 I also saw Dave Wang and Joey Yung, but didn’t get close enough to shake Dave’s hand.

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      • Kidd replied:

        I don’t know if it’s the same day. But, I saw the clip of Kevin going down to shake fans’ hand. He’s not ask big a loser as depicted by the reporter. I heard fans screaming his name and many scrambled to shake hands with him.

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        I think Kevin should be the best in terms of vocal and performance since he has been singing for a long time. He has also given concerts before and I think he was a singer before he became an actor. My friend saw him perform live with Vivian Chow at a concert in the US in 1995 and she had nothing but praise for the both of them. It seemed like this concert was a popularity contest among the 4 of them and was not an accurate assessment of who had the best singing and performance skills.

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      • Aly replied:

        Haha, reminds me of when I went to see Kevin at a promotional event in the US back in I want to say 2003/2004. He came with Sonija Kwok and Anne Heung. At that time, Kevin did not play lead roles yet, but he was very popular among the fans. I was so happy when I got to shake his hand! He and Leon Lai were the closest I ever got to. The rest of the celebrities were just at their concerts and of course I couldn’t see them from that far away. I remember those days when I still act like a crazy fanatic! 🙂 I’m too old to act like that nowadays! LOL!!

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      • Masaharu replied:

        Jayne, perhaps to the reporters; (Wearing skull-printed shirt) + (wearing skull necklace) + (singing rock songs and dancing flirtatiously) = Bad Boy. Hahahaha.

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  4. Funn says:

    So.. nobody got 100 points?

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  5. Lacey says:

    Wow, all 4 are my favorite male performers. I especially luv Kevin and Ron, Bosco starting to grow on me. Moses is not too bad with his acting but I have never heard him singing be4. It must be awesome to have all 4 on stage at once, I am so green with envy! :0)

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  6. Kidd says:

    I would most interested to see how Kevin did singing live since he’s the only one who started out as a singer and has learned singing before.

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  7. jim says:

    yes, i agree with fiona ang, ray performance is the best been concert in malaysia and singapore, nobody can beats him, he super talent plus super hot.

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    • Fiona Ang replied:

      Hi five, Jim!!!!! Ray is superb!!!!!!

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    • HeTieShou replied:

      @Jim,
      Well you are a big fan of his so your opinion is of course very bias…

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  8. Melody says:

    Was thinking of going for the concert but felt the price was not justifiable for 4 guys who couldn’t sing well.

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  9. jim says:

    funn, if ray also there, i think he got 100 points.

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    • Funn Lim replied:

      I am sure with ardent fans such as yourself, 200 points wouldn’t be too much.

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  10. Joeanne Low says:

    Been to both their concerts in Malaysia & Singapore! Call me bias and whatever, but best singer is definitely Kevin, Ray is good too, Bosco is like doing his own concert, which didn’t appeal to me personally & Moses, well, Moses is just being Moses…. 🙂

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    • HeTieShou replied:

      I actually don’t think you are bias because Kevin should be the best singer since he is highly experienced. He has given concerts before and has been singing for nearly 20 years or so. Bosco, Ron and Moses are all still new to singing. Even Ray is still new compared to Kevin.

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      • Kidd replied:

        No, Kevin has not been singing for nearly 20 years. He started out as a singer, released some albums, but, changed to acting later and has been focusing on acting ever since. He tried to revive his singing career when he was at the top of his popularity in TVB, but, I guess it didn’t work out. So, he focused back on acting. Other than singing some themesongs once in a while, I don’t think he has a lot of practice. So, I don’t consider him as ‘has been singing for nearly 20 years’ since there is a long period of hiatus. He didn’t sing continuously.

        But, I agree that he should be the best singer in the group since he has be trained in singing before and has more experience than Ron, Bosco and Moses. Even if his skill is rusty, there should still be some back ability there.

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        @Kidd,
        OK, fine he started to sing since the early 90s and if he did continue then he would have been singing nearly 20 years. But since he stopped, I guess you can’t count that… But out of the 4 of them, he has the most experience and should be the best singer.

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      • Fox replied:

        Also a fact that when Kevin debuted, Ron, Bosco are using nappy and Moses is a student.

        Singer needs 2 main factors to be described as a good singer: (1) vocal and (2) singing technique.

        Experience will affect the second factor, but not that much.

        To say Kevin has more singing technique than Bosco, Ron and Moses is better, as he learned music when he was small while Bosco, Ron and Moses have never taken a real singing class (Bosco and Ron took a short-term singing class).

        On the other hand, LF learned singing when he was 8 so his experience, if count, is similar to Kevin’s.

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      • Funn Lim replied:

        For Kevin, skills and experience aside, he must sing with feelings. Unfortunately he doesn’t. Nice voice, yes but good singer? No.

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  11. Vivien says:

    Their concert only attract 5000 people. Thats too little.

    @jim
    Raymond is on a whole another level.

    I’m not surprised Moses is the worst. I can’t even even bear listening to his studio version singing. I don’t want to think about him LIVE.

    What Bosco did taking a fan onstage isn’t original. These reporters are exaggerating. Raymond did it first when he sang Morning Cute to a honey onstage in his concert. Bosco is copying Raymond.

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    • Fox replied:

      LF isn’t the first one who invited fans to the stage.

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      • Vivien replied:

        Raymond is the latest to do this. It’s possible that Bosco get the idea from Raymond’s concert.

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      • TVB fan replied:

        @Vivien, you really have a thing against Bosco or you really think Raymond is the God. Neither of them invented the idea of bringing fans on stage. You shouldn’t give Raymond the credit. If it is anything, it’s the management who taught them to do it. They don’t have time to plan.

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    • HeTieShou replied:

      Totally agree and I think that Raymond is at another level and has more singing experience than then they do(besides Kevin since Kevin is an experienced singer).

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    • Yee replied:

      5000 people, is that little?? That seems like quiet a bit, I thought that events like these outside of there homeland of Hong Kong would have about that many people.

      Eventhough Ray is not the first one to invite fans on stage with him, he is the one who recently has been doing so, so it’s like his thing. Even when he did it at the concert I went to I was kinda surprised, thought it would only be for his HK concert. But I think Bosco did get the idea from Ray, most likely though. I mean who hasn’t seen Ray’s concert?

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    • Melody replied:

      Its 5000 ppl cos that’s the maximum which the hall held.

      Seriously for SG’s “dead” entertainment scene, its a good surprise!

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  12. moonriver says:

    I was at the beach at Sentosa, but didn’t catch them. The tickets were way too expensive for these guys… Generally, the reviews for this concert weren’t so good. Maybe they should just stop trying to sing Mandarin songs in Singapore. For goodness sake, if fans don’t understand Cantonese, they wouldn’t even become your fans.

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    • lol replied:

      If it’s expensive as you said then I feel sorry for the fans that went. It’s not like this guys are great singers to pay hundreds for.

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    • RayIan replied:

      I am Malay and live in Malaysia, I don’t understand any Chinese(Cantonese or Mandarin) but I love to listen to Lam Fung and Chi Lam voice.
      I wondering when they are going to be on the same stage,in the same functions.Hoping for this to come true someday.

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  13. lol says:

    LoL Moses is the only one who got his scandal mixed up with the article. I don’t like how the other article that Mashaharu posted describing Moses acting as a sad puppy in his appearance. Didn’t he already broke up with Bernice since 2008? Since Bernice has refrained from adding more words I think Moses can stop acting like a victim too.

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  14. Lacey says:

    Aside from the 4 performers that I admire, where is Kenneth Ma? I 4got to mention he is another one that I luv to watch. I especially love him after watching “A Fistful of Vengenance”, he is hot!

    Wouldn’t it be awesome just to see Kevin, Ron, Bosco, Moses, Kenneth and Ray all on the stage at once? (I know I can only but dream about this)

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  15. Kidd says:

    Saw some of the live recorded clips of the concert. Bosco’s Adidas T-Shirt is so shiny and sparkly.

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    • Yee replied:

      What up with Bosco’s kinda girl clothes these days? I liked it better when he dressed like a guy.

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      • Fox replied:

        He borrows Myolie’s clothes?

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      • Kidd replied:

        “He borrows Myolie’s clothes?”

        That could very well be. 😛

        Honestly, that sparkly Adidas T-Shirt really is very girly.

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      • Fox replied:

        Honestly, that sparkly Adidas T-Shirt really is very girly.

        That’s my comment when I saw it. I’m wearing the same type and I’m a girl :P.

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      • Yee replied:

        Anyone watch All Star Glam Exam, cause when Bosco was there, he was wearing heals…seriously, what up with all the girl stuff????? AHH!!! Asian entertainers always wear weird clothes, to events, concerts…why can’t they wear normal people clothing????

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      • TVB fan replied:

        So that he could stand out. Not like your regular Joe. Bosco Wong is not as tactful as Lady Gaga… but he and his designers are exercising their creativity.

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    • Masaharu replied:

      Haha. Hate him if you must, but he’s not gonna change anytime soon because it’s his habit. He admitted in a Singtao interview that he loves to play with different types of outfits; which ranged from badass-boy to gentleman-in-suits to cross-dressing 😛

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  16. Le says:

    I don’t think I have heard Moses sing before. I wouldn’t image he would be any good as his voice isn’t so crisp.

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    • Yee replied:

      Well in the theme song of “Yes sir, sorry sir” his voice sounds so weak compared to Ron Ng’s , I don’t know if it’s the song itself that his voice is not suited for, but his singing voice ain’t that good. And his voice is kinda monotone…ish

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      • Fox replied:

        I don’t like Moses’s singing from 2004-2005 in All about men concert.

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  17. jayzemine says:

    I term of singing, no doubt Kevin as he was a singer prior to becoming an actor, then Ron, Bosco, and Moses. As far as dancing, Ron and Bosco will be on the top with Kevin and Moses being on the bottom. But for stage charisma, I think Bosco, Moses, Ron, then Kevin. Kevin and Ron are more of the quiet type and does not know how to converse well with the audience. But, in terms of look, Ron, Kevin, Bosco, then Moses. So, like the title of the article, “A Man for every Occasion” is definitely correct. If anything, people are not there to hear them sing, rather to watch and gawk on those handsome hunk LOL.

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    • Fox replied:

      In real person, Moses looks really better than on picture. He is tall and eye-candy. Kevin also looks better but he is very quiet.

      On the other hand, Ron is handsome, but he looks better on picture than real person.

      I haven’t seen Bosco :P.

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      • Kidd replied:

        “I haven’t seen Bosco”

        Bosco looks the same in real life and onscreen. At least, that’s how I felt when I saw him years back when he came with Moses to my hometown for some promotional event.

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      • Fox replied:

        @ Kidd: Maybe I’ll find a chance to see Bosco.

        Offtopic a bit but I agree with you that LF is also a person who look better in real person than pictures.

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      • Masaharu replied:

        Bosco looks the same in real life and onscreen

        Thanks for sharing, Kidd :D.

        Haha finally I read a new perspective from a non fan. I must be reading too much comment from fans and most of them said that he’s a handsome guy and looks better in real life; probably not to all..haha.

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        I guess it depends on taste because my sister in law saw him HK and said that he looks better in person. That’s whay she thinks anyways.

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      • HeTieShou replied:

        My friend said that Kevin looks better in person but just her opinion.

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      • Fox replied:

        Nick Cheung looks truly better in real person. It’s my opinion :D.

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      • Vivien replied:

        My friend said Moses looks old although he’s younger than Kevin. His face is full of wrinkles and not smooth compare to the other 3. She said the other 3 guys have good skin.

        I think Ron look the most handsome. Moses is the most not handsome.

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    • Masaharu replied:

      Based on fans who have seen them on real life, total looks scores in order:
      Kevin, Ron, Bosco, Moses

      *Kevin and Ron are handsome and don’t look much different from their pictures
      *Bosco and Moses look better in real life than in pictures

      I haven’t meet any of them in real life yet. I want to meet Takeshi Kaneshiro, Lee Hom and Daniel Wu the most to see if they’re as good looking in real life.

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  18. idyllic says:

    I was at the concert, as well as the autograph session the evening before the concert. 🙂

    For the record, I was the one who posted that news article on Weibo (the one where the reporter seemed to have a strong bias against Kevin). I’ve just been going by a different nick here, heehee.

    So anyway, I paid good money for the concert even though I knew most of them (except Kevin) can’t sing. After all, the chance to see 4 of my favourite TVB artistes together seemed like a rare one. My comments on each of them…

    Moses: Erm, he was the worst singer of the four… There were moments I found myself holding my breath, uncertain if he would be able to hit the notes, haha. He looks quite old in real life, and wasn’t very energetic but he definitely wasn’t playing the “sad puppy” (that reporter was really crap). I managed to shake his hand when he came down the stage, hee. Expectedly, it was total chaos when each of them came down. Anyway, thankfully most of them spoke Cantonese throughout the concert. Moses’ Mandarin was quite atrocious!

    Ron: His Mandarin (when he spoke at the autograph session) was also quite bad, haha. His singing, not great too. I also expected him to show off his dance moves since he used to be a dancer, but he didn’t really. I mentioned the same thing in my Weibo but some of his ardent fans very quickly voiced up that it’s because he has an old knee injury. Fair enough. 🙂 I found him to be the most handsome among them, really good looking guy! 🙂

    Bosco: Before the concert, I kinda liked all 4 the same and didn’t favour any. But I must say Bosco left the deepest impression – a good one. He was the friendliest and the most engaging and entertaining at the concert. So-so singing but his dancing was great! His Mandarin also surprised me. It has improved so much since the last time I watched some YouTube videos where he was interviewed in Mandarin. He was the most popular one that night as far as I could see/hear. 🙂

    Kevin: His singing was, naturally, the best although it wasn’t perfect. I don’t think he would have been able to carry a whole concert by himself though, cos he wasn’t fantastic at engaging the audience and also can’t dance, won’t be able to last by himself beyond a few songs. He is very good-looking but I think his age is showing…

    On the whole, I’m glad I went for the concert, it was nice to see them in real life. By the way, a 5000-person audience isn’t really big considering there were 4 of them. Pop concerts here are typically held at a bigger stadium which can seat about 10,000. Concerts by popular stars like Jay Chou or Jacky Cheung can go up to 3 nights (which means 30,000 audience). Not trying to compare the 4 to Jay or Jacky but just for reference since I saw some comments about the 5000-strong crowd. 🙂

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    • Jayne replied:

      @idyllic,
      Thanks for scanning the article and posting your experience at the concert! It sounds like you had a great time and it’s indeed a rare chance to see the four hunks together! I would buy tickets too if they performed near me.

      Aside from singing and dancing skills, an artist’s personality indeed drives the mood and energy of the concert. I can see how Bosco’s personality would liven the concert.

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      • idyllic replied:

        Yes, the personality is so important in a “live” event like this. Bosco is one artiste who knows how to engage the audience, but I still can’t see him doing a solo concert anytime because his voice quality is really not at that kind of level.

        Anyway, he seems to treat his fan club really well and have a good rapport with them! From my observation, the fan club had the best seats in the house compared to the other 3.

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    • HeTieShou replied:

      @idyllic,
      Thanks for sharing your experience at the concert. I knew for sure that Kevin would be the best singer since he is the only one that was officially a singer before. He has a good voice but I guess doesn’t really know how to entertain a whole audience by himself. He has had been guests at concerts before but don’t think he has ever had his own concert before. He once came to the US to sing with Vivian Chow at her concert and he did a good job. Too bad he stopped singing for a long time or else I think he may have been a successful singer. Moses, Ron and Bosco are all more of actors to me than singers so I guess you cannot expect much from them. In terms of personality, I had a feeling that Bosco would be the only that would engage the audience since he seems to be the only one that is really extroverted. I heard that Ron and Kevin are both more quiet and more introverted. Moses seems to be somewhere in between right?? Not sure… But anyways, thanks for sharing your experience and hope that you had a good time anyways.

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      • idyllic replied:

        Moses actually came across as rather introverted as well, definitely not like the flamboyant characters that he sometimes play. He didn’t talk an awful lot. Quite surprisingly, he sang mostly English and Mandarin songs (even though his Mandarin is so terrible), haha.

        Kevin was definitely on the “quiet” side, he gave off a very gentlemanly feel and was charming in his own way. 🙂

        As for Ron, he wasn’t really “quiet” but still nowhere as chatty/noisy as Bosco, hahahaha.

        I mentioned this in my Weibo but just to say it here too. At the autograph session, Bosco kinda impressed me. When I passed him the poster, he made sure to look up and acknowledged me with a smile and a nod. Then AFTER signing, he again gave eye contact and smiled. Moses and Kevin both gave eye contact before signing on the poster, but they quickly move on to acknowledge the next person once signed. All 3 responded with the same when I greeted them with “lei ho” (Cantonese courtesy greeting). Ron was quite distracted and was busy looking everywhere else when I approached him, haha. Not to discredit Ron but just sharing little observations which I found interesting. The end result was that I felt Bosco appeared the most sincere, he gave me the impression that he valued each fan. These little things add to the experience sometimes! 🙂

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      • Jayne replied:

        @idyllic,
        lol, the lines at the autograph session must have been super long! I hope you made a little cell phone video of the guys close up for memories.

        I think outgoing people generally have better eye contact; they are unafraid to look people in the eye. Shyer folks tend to avoid eye contact and look downwards. I don’t think it’s an indication of sincerity, just another habit and indication of their personality.

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      • lol replied:

        @idyllic – It’s not good for you to judge sincerety that way. I assume it might be just because Bosco is more outgoing and Ron is just a shy person. Besides maybe Bosco is more used to signing sessions like this from his overseas concerts in other places.

        Actually Bosco never appealed to me as someone with a gentleman personality. That is Kevin and Raymond Lam.

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      • idyllic replied:

        @Jayne & @lol

        About the sincerity thing, yup, that’s why I said I “felt” and my “impression” – purely my interpretations at that point in time. I do acknowledge such a brief encounter is not a good gauge of such things. 🙂

        Jayne, security was very strict at that autograph session. We were reminded umpteen times that no photography was allowed on stage, and the security guards would say, “Please keep your camera”, when we were about to step up the platform. So unfortunately no close up videos though I did take some pictures…from a distance away.

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    • Masaharu replied:

      idyllic, yeah I forgot to credit you for the scan in my post. Perhaps because I thought the photo label is suffiecient hehe. Thank you for scanning and sharing 🙂

      Thanks for the concert review too.

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      • idyllic replied:

        Oh no worries! That wasn’t the reason why I identified myself. 🙂

        Anyway, you’re most welcome. Happy to share my review and the articles I came across! 🙂

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  19. P. Tan says:

    Thank youtoo, idyllic, for ptsting the vivid and interesting account of the concert. Unlike you I was not so fortunate to have been able to attend both the live concerts at the Genting Highlands Resort and that at the Resorts World Convention Centre at Sentosa, S’pore. At the first concert I was just al little too far away from the stage, thus having a poor view of the artists. But the atmosphere was most electrifying and the hall was packed full and I found it a most enjoyable evening. Unfortunately, by the time I heard that there was another concert with those 4 again , this time in S’pore, and tried to book a seat(even willing to pay for 1st class)all the better ones were gone! They are all not perfect performers but as a team they produce very pleasurable entertainment and eeveryone has his or her own preferences. As fo;r me, I like the 2 opposites, Kevin, whom I find very handsome and charming , besides I like his kind of singing, and Boscoe, whom I find ;young and really full of life and attraction.Moses and Ron are OK. On the whole they are great!

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    • idyllic replied:

      Hi P. Tan!

      At least you managed to catch the Genting concert, better than nothing at all. 🙂

      I find seating positions very important at concerts like this, because we’re there not so much to HEAR them, but to SEE them, haha. If I hadn’t managed to buy the best seats, I might not have bought the tickets at all.

      I agree with you that while they are not the best singers, they put up a good show. I felt I got my money’s worth! 🙂

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  20. P. Tan says:

    You certainly did, idyllic, I mean, get your money’s worth. I’ve learned a good lesson from buying tickets, that is, that if you really are interested to see the performers at close quarters you should be prepared to purchase the best seats.You know, where I live we don’t get any news whatsoever re the concerts in S’pore and I was wondering how to get any when up came your article and that really made my day. Thanks again.

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  21. TVB fan says:

    For @Masaharu and Bosco’s fans:

    A very close-up of a very handsome dude.
    http://ww2.sinaimg.cn/large/6bc5281ajw1dgmpzszn3sj.jpg

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    • Fox replied:

      He is good looking in the picture :D. No more boyish.

      BTW, just me or his lips look sparkling?

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    • Masaharu replied:

      TVB fan, I love his appearance in this I.T. store event. He looks mature with the 3-piece-suit and when he doesn’t laugh out loud or having his super-sized grin.

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  22. P.Tan says:

    I wonder if this year they will be putting up another concert together because their concerts are fun always. Now that Kevin is hoping to get back to the music scene perhaps he’ll be giving a better performance than before.

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