“Kids’ Lives Matter” Reveals Characters Details and Stills

While fans patiently wait for the release of Kids’ Lives Matter (星空下的仁醫) on October 18, the drama treats fans with new character details and stills featuring Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣), Him Law (羅子溢) and Catherine Chau (周家怡).

Many fans are excited to see Linda’s return to the small screen after taking a three-years hiatus to take care of her family in Vancouver. Staying to her strengths, Linda will be playing a pediatrician that is full of positive energy while she exudes her playful side. Many fans miss seeing Linda on TVB and look forward to seeing how Linda’s acting has changed since her hiatus.

Meanwhile, Him will challenge himself by playing a pediatrician who carries heavy weight on his shoulder. Due to his family background, Him’s character is burdened to succeed as a pediatrician. However, the character has a major setback after committing a momentary mistake.

Catherine stars as the head of the surgery department. While the actress will have a romantic arc with Kenneth Ma (馬國明), the pair finds it difficult to reconcile differences in ideologies and experiences turbulence in their relationship.

Although the drama features many TVB’s popular artistes, up-and-coming actresses Regina Ho (何依婷) and Bowie Cheung (張寶兒) will also be given the opportunity to shine. The two actresses will have pivotal roles playing the hospital’s trainees.

Source: HK01

This article is written by Sammi for JayneStars.com.


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  1. Its funny that fans are excited to see how Linda’s acting has changed since her hiatus. It could be just the opposite -> nothing has improved; still same old, same old.

    1. LOL

      Well, how much has changed could be interpreted as becoming worse or could be zero change. How could one ever go excited about her return, she cannot act for sure…wonder why so many getting all excited about this show. Its going to be the same old TVB style of medical drama and worse, too much focus on romance…

      i cannot understand TVB scriptwriters, are all of them Casanova at heart? Every drama, regardless of genre are all focus on the romance between the characters…

    2. I was thinking the exact same thing, but instead of seeing how her acting has improved, I actually don’t even want to watch any episodes of this series with her in it…………..Just having her in this show, has already turned off my interest.

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