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Albert Yeung reveals insider info from the entertainment circle, says Nicholas Tse did not enter industry to pay for father's debtsby kelvin@multistars - 26th March 2012
Albert Yeung is releasing a biography "Work Hard", the biography has been in writing for 3 years.
The entertainment kingdom built by Albert Yeung - the EEG group has many artists under it, Nicholas Tse is one of them. Albert Yeung explained that he had always brought Nicholas Tse up like a son. "You can't control this kid, since I've known him, I've always been the one to accommodate him. You could say, up until 2011, he only began becoming mature then, he started to think about things. In the past he didn't consider other people's feelings, he only thought of himself, he does what he likes, he comes if he likes and leaves if he likes, he'll throw the mic away if he wants, even me being the boss I still had to accommodate him, other people ask me how I dealt with Nicholas Tse, I've never tried to control him, he's a wild horse, I love him and pamper him, maybe I owe him."
Albert Yeung talked about how Nicholas Tse's maturity appeared during the marriage problems between him and Cecilia Cheung. As the boss, at the time Albert Yeung flew to Malaysia to visit this "son", during the conversation, Albert Yeung could feel the change, "He really understood people, looking at it from another person's perspective. He knew what he was doing during this divorce, he was thinking about it from the two son's view, from the female party's view, he bit down, he never said a single bad word about Cecilia Cheung, he let her say what she wanted and let the outside world say what they want, he didn't say a thing, even the issue with Edison Chen, he never mentioned it. He didn't ask for my opinion, when we signed a new contract, he showed his maturity, Nicholas Tse is actually kind hearted, he's the same as his dad, he has a fierce face but is very friendly." At the time Nicholas Tse was 16 it was said he signed for EEG to pay off his father's debts, because Patrick Tse owed Albert Yeung a lot of money, talking about this rumour, Albert Yeung denied it: "There was no such thing, Patrick Tse did do some work for me but he didn't owe me any money, I want to clarify this point."
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