Tavia Yeung and Sire Ma Film “Silver Spoon, Sterling Shackles”
Tavia Yeung (楊怡), Sire Ma (馬賽) and Mary Hon (韓馬利) filmed a scene at a temple yesterday for TVB drama, Silver Spoon, Sterling Shackles <名媛望族>. Both Tavia and Mary portrayed barrister Damien Lau’s (劉松仁) wives in the show. In the scene, Mary prayed for Tavia to become pregnant with Damien’s child in order to expand the family lineage.
The smoke from the incense sticks was very strong, irritating Tavia, Mary and Sire’s eyes. The actresses forced their eyes open during the filming of the scene, which was completed in half an hour. Displaying her good spirits despite the irritation in her eyes, Tavia belted out Danny Chan’s (陳百強) song, Tears For You <眼淚為你流>, upon which Sire and Mary followed Tavia’s lead and joined in the singing.
Sire stated that it has been a wonderful learning experience on the set of Silver Spoon, Sterling Shackles due to the experienced actors. In April, the cast will head to Shanghai to film on location. Despite the exciting locale, Sire may not have time to shop or tour the local attractions due to the tight filming schedule.
Recent tabloids claimed that Idy Chan (陳玉蓮) was hurt in love and thus converted to a Buddhist for three years. Both Sire and Tavia claimed that they were not knowledgeable about Idy’s private love life. Tavia added, “There is no need to care whether the rumors are true or not, as long as Idy is happy. After working with her, I find her to be a very nice person.”
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Jayne: Glad to see that more TVB dramas are filming remotely in China for some much needed change in scenery. Hong Kong media interest on “Silver Spoon, Sterling Shackles” has been intense since its filming; almost media coverage every week!