Kenny Wong Supports Environmental Protection

By on November 19, 2018 in NEWS

Kenny Wong Supports Environmental Protection

To protect the earth, keeping a habit of recycling and reducing waste is important. A recent beach clean-up event, “Ecozine”, was held to promote these values at Lobster Bay Beach. TVB artistes, Kenny Wong (黃德斌) and Kelly Fu (傅嘉莉), and rising entertainment stars, Tsang Lok Tung (曾樂彤) and Tony Wu (胡子彤) joined to show their support.

Despite having to work under unstable weather conditions that included light drizzles, they did not complain and remained earnest and diligent in cleaning the rubbish. In their interviews, Kenny reveals he shares high environmental values and would manage his waste by classifying them. He also  volunteers when he has the time. This would include beach clean-ups, but he prioritizes more on sorting rubbish for recycling purposes. “I would classify any waste I can. I would separate the plastic bottles and papers. I want to help as much.”

As for his latest onscreen project, Kenny said that there will be many action scenes. When asked if his wife would be worried, he smiled, “No, how else would I earn money? But honestly, everything is safe, so there’s no need to worry.”. He will be unable to celebrate their first Christmas after getting married because of work, but they see each other every day anyway.

Kelly expresses she would reduce waste as much as possible through eating with reusable tableware and using environmentally friendly household products.

Lok Tung comments this is her first time at a beach clean-up. The experience has led her to realize that the road to recycling is very long, but hopes that everyone would see the importance in protecting the environment. Her new album will be released soon, and she is very nervous about it. “I’ve told every friend to at least buy one.”

Tony, who recently opened a bar, also hopes everyone will be mindful and reduce waste creation. “Earlier, I’ve seen a lot of plastic rubbish. Sometimes, it’s possible to avoid using disposable items.”

Source: Oriental Daily

This article is written by Minna for JayneStars.com.

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