Hong Kong celebrity couple Moses Chan and Aimee Chan will be appearing together in a drama after a long time. They will be playing lead roles in Romeo and His Butterfly Lover.
Aimee took a nine year hiatus from acting to focus on her family while Moses continued his career but Aimee is now ready to make a comeback.
“The producer had wanted to cast Aimee a long time ago, but she rejected a lot of projects to take care of the children. Now the children have grown up and it is a rare opportunity to get a good script. She should pursue her dreams.
“I actually didn’t’ want to play a couple with her but it has been a while since Aimee has acted. If I wasn’t playing the leading male role, my heart will be in pain. In fact, it’s no good if there are too many emotional scenes in the drama as it would leave too little imagination room for the audience. This time, I am the man behind her and supporting her,” said Moses.
On who will be taking care of their three children who are 6, 7 and 8 years old, Moses said he wasn’t sure.
“I actually don’t know. It’s a headache. Maybe it will be their grandparents, or maybe it will be my brother or other relatives,” he added.
Moses also spoke about their relationship and how they have kept it going all these years.
“I am very grateful for having Aimee in my life. She is my angel and brought me several little angels. Our values align and we don’t quarrel. There would be disagreements, but we will not say words that hurt each other. We would calm down first and then listen to each other’s ideas, think in the other person’s shoes and communicate honestly.”
Moses also confessed that one of his secrets to a strong marriage was that he gave Aimee hugs and kisses everyday and they would also take a vacation every year without the kids.
“I believe that a family should be filled with love so that children can grow up in a loving environment. The relationship between a husband and a wife is different from the relationship between parents and children.
“You can’t always focus solely on taking care of the children; you must make time for your significant other and go on dates. You must do it even if you don’t have the time so your relationship can continue to grow.”