Miriam Yeung and Pakho Chau Spend More Time with Kids
The two parents share their reflections on the pandemic and how they spend their time time at home.
Performing the finale song for Tung Wah Group of Hospitals’ “LOVE actually LIVE actually” Covid-19 charity concert which was streamed online live, Pakho Chau (周柏豪) and Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅) co-sang the duet “The Woman Behind” <背後女人>, one of the tracks for the drama Wonder Woman <多功能老婆>.
Pakho Shares Daughter’s Growth Milestones
Happy to meet members of the crew and performing artistes after a long time, Pakho could not help but feel worried at the same time about the pandemic, though he finds it meaningful to be able to help raise funds through the initiative.
Keeping busy, Pakho shared that he had filmed a camping-themed reality show the previous month with actor Benjamin Yuen (袁偉豪). He shared, “Some parts of the show were rather dangerous, we also did paragliding!”
Making use of his stay-home time to be with his five-month old daughter, the 35-year-old star shared that the latter already knows how to make hand gestures and flip over on her own, and also how she has a nickname which she calls daddy by while calling mommy “Milk”. Asked about his reflections on the pandemic, Pakho said, “I treasure every minute and second now, and will help others with all my heart, wish everyone good health.”
Miriam Prepares Bento for Son, Re-opens Social Media Platforms
Also staying at home to accompany her son, Miriam laughed about her plumper figure despite exercising at home. “Besides spending time with my son, I’d be eating. I would also attend some online lessons with my son, but not very often. Yes, I’d feel stressed too, but I told him we’d just communicate and understand each other more!”
When her son mentioned that other classmates’ moms have been preparing lunchboxes, Miriam, too started preparing bento lunches for him. “Can’t use being busy as an excuse anymore!” she said.
Prompted about whether spending more time together has led to more squabbles in the marriage, she replied, “It’s normal, I’m an Aquarius and know how to handle (conflicts). I’d go bake a cake in the kitchen and become happier, but my hubby will ‘punish’ me by cleaning up the kitchen and study room at midnight. If (this) works out after the pandemic, then we can stick to it. It’s just how couples get along. He would also watch dramas with me, but we can’t watch the Korean drama The World of the Married <夫妻的世界> when the young one is there!”
Recently active on her social media platforms again, Miriam said that she hopes to interact a little more with her fans and promises to enable the comment function soon. Sharing her personal reflections on the coronavirus, the 46-year-old star commented, “It has given me reflections, making me recall the high and low points in my life. It might be more challenging now, but it made me realize how having our family healthy and whole here with me is the most important thing. This (situation) is beyond our control, so I’m very grateful and wish to thank my family, friends and the fans for their presence and support.”
Before ending off the concert with her song “Let’s Begin” <最好的債>, Miriam bantered with Pakho and said she hopes to be able to visit her daughter soon. “Seeing Pakho, the crew and musicians made me realize how putting a song together isn’t easy. Battling the coronavirus is a long journey and I hope everyone can accompany, care for and support each other,” she said.
This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com.