Christine Kuo Practices Taking Care of a Child
Wanting to have a child and experience motherhood soon, 35-year-old actress Christine Kuo (苟芸慧) is currently preparing herself through all kinds of methods. Along with babysitting her nephew and co-sponsoring four children with her husband, 45-year-old wealthy car racer William Lok (陸漢洋), she is also practicing through her mother role in Flying Tiger 2 <飛虎之雷霆極戰>. Though her husband is still not ready in becoming a father yet, Christine is optimistic and believes her efforts will eventually succeed in changing his mind.
With the Lunar New Year holiday, this may be the best opportunity to persuade her husband, since greetings and blessings given to a married couple are often child-related. In a recent event when she was invited to draw a pig to celebrate the New Year, Christine drew a large pig to represent herself and also four little pigs beside it. Revealing her desire in wanting four children, she laughed, “My husband should understand!”
William Wishes to Have a “Tiger Baby”
Christine also revealed that William wants to have a baby born in the Year of the Tiger. She said, “We’ll spend time together now and work hard on our careers first. William is very traditional and likes to talk about Chinese zodiacs. He said many of his friends are Tigers. He probably wants to have a friend-like relationship with the kids. I don’t really mind it myself, but I’ll respect his wishes.”
Wanting their first child will be a boy, she said, “I saw Wong Cho Lam (王祖藍) and Leanne Li’s (李亞男) daughter, and she’s so sweet! But I hope I’ll have a boy first and the girl second, so that the brother can take care of the sister. I am the oldest sister myself, so I know it’s very difficult.”
Couldn’t Bear to Scold Kenneth Ma
Busy with filming Flying Tiger 2, Christine portrays Kenneth Ma‘s (馬國明) wife in the drama. Laughing that this character is an alternate version of herself, she said, “This character scolds people non-stop. It was honestly quite difficult, because you have to scold someone quickly and loudly. When you face actors like Kenneth, whose innocent face makes it hard for you to scream at him, it makes the job even more difficult.”
She expresses that her character is actually a nice person, but just struggles to express herself. Also noting that this is her first time in portraying a mother with a six-year-old child, Christine said the child is very energetic and while playing with her. She enjoyed the opportunity to understand the thoughts of a child.
This article is written by Minna for JayneStars.com.