Since joining TVB, Kristal Tin (田蕊妮) has worked her way up to become one of the company’s leading ladies. Kristal was one of the first ex-ATV actresses to make a significant mark at TVB. After winning Best Actress in 2013 for her portrayal in Brother’s Keeper (巨輪) Kristal has remained a leading lady in TVB dramas and continues to receive meaty roles. Despite her continued popularity and successes, Kristal is finally calling it quits with TVB after a 12-year work relationship.
Through her Facebook announcement of the split, Kristal shared, “Today is the day when my contract with TVB ends. I don’t plan on publicly thanking anyone at the company, because I have already thanked them privately. Instead, I want to publicly express my thanks to each and all of my viewers and audiences. Thank you for your support and encouragement towards me all these years. In the past 12 years, I have portrayed many different characters for my audience. Whatever awards or nominations are nothing compared to your love and support! What do I have planned for the future? To be honest, I don’t have one! Recently, all the things that have been happening in Hong Kong and the global pandemic made me realize that all the planning cannot keep up with these unexpected situations! The world seemed to have suddenly stopped. So why don’t I take this time to think about what I really need? What is that I really enjoy doing?”
She continued, “A lot of people spend their entire lives and all of their energy to establish their own comfort zone. But is the comfort zone really comfortable? Is the goal of living to establish a comfort zone to box yourself in? In comparison to having a comfort zone, I’m much more interested in trying out things and challenges I did not have before and grow and learn from it. The comfort zone is sometimes just a mirage. Many people are wondering how or what they are going to do after this pandemic is over. I am also looking forward to leaving my house and perform on stage for everyone soon!”
This article is written by Huynh for JayneStars.com.