监制：Lo Chi Wa/ Chan Choi Ha
Both are legendary solo broadcasters. There were times when LI’s “airwaves novels” were on, the busy streets in Canton, Hong Kong and Macau would turn into ghost towns; and SIU’s “ethical fictions” had always made ladies, their loyal fans who listened to her programme every day, weep. LI and SIU are not only teacher and student, but husband and wife as well. They have been together for seven decades, what have they gained and what are left? They tell stories and their legend is a story. We shall let their friends, inside and outside the industry, together with LI and SIU tell the story about story-telling.
Life is like a drama. We all play the leading roles on the stage of life. Probably, we can only depend on our own “growth” and “experiences” to decide when, for whom and how to perform this drama, so as to create our own unique story.
Drama maestro CHUNG King-fai, who is also known as “King Sir”, turned the ripe age of 80 in 2017. His friends, members of the performing industry and the media gathered to celebrate his birthday. CHUNG, who is enthusiastic about drama, shared and said, “I hope I will be able to continue with the job, as long as my body and abilities can cope.” This spirit of never say retire has brought positive impacts to his students and the younger generations of the industry.
As audience, we may have seen CHUNG’s performances on TV and in movies and advertisements. Not only does his deep, majestic voice tell us the “stories from afar”, but also leads us to explore the meanings of life. These are all originated from CHUNG’s favourite – theatrical arts.
CHUNG has devoted his full efforts and remained passionate about his job along the way, and walked the journey of love with theatrical arts in the past 80 years.