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Improvement Urged for Variety Shows

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HONG KONG, April 10—Variety shows in Hong Kong are of poor qualities when compared with those in mainland China, said Ho Lai Cheun, the senior vice president of Now TV, this afternoon.


Reporter/ Belle Wong


Many local artists are multi-task(ed-progressive ending). They are both signers and actors, and are always busy with different assignments. Therefore, they cannot pay much time (for-wrong preposition) the success of a variety show.


Ho used “Strictly Come Dancing”, a famous variety show in the mainland, as an example. “Artists were required to have training for half a month. During the time, they were not permitted to leave. They must practice dancing from 8am to 10pm every day,” he said at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


“It won’t happen in Hong Kong. If you ask local artists to have such a long training session, they will find you silly. How can they afford the time? They are busy,” Ho added.


In China, the preparation for a variety show may take a year. Yet, the situation is totally different in Hong Kong. “Before the show, artists may be given a CD to watch. After half an hour, they should have understood the nature of the show. Then, the filming starts,” said Wilson Chin, an experienced variety show producer.


“China is a great market. Artists always try their very best to perform if they are given a chance to participate in a variety show. Even though we may have (our?) legs hurt, it is worthy, as the huge audience may include some investors. They can see your hard work. Everything is a calculation,” Wong He, a local artist, explains why some artists perform differently in Hong Kong and in (m)ainland China.


“There’s room to improve,” Wong urged young people who are going to devote themselves to the industry to help solve the problem and produce good variety shows for local residents.

Good writing! Nice short and clear sentences, keep them that way. --095023 2012年4月10日 (二) 20:18 (UTC)



(Edited)


HONG KONG, April 10—Variety shows in Hong Kong are of poor qualities when compared with those in mainland China, said Ho Lai Cheun, the senior vice president of Now TV, this afternoon.


Reporter/ Belle Wong


Many local artists are multi-tasking. They are both signers and actors, and are always busy with different assignments. Therefore, they cannot pay much time to the success of a variety show.


Ho used “Strictly Come Dancing”, a famous variety show in the mainland, as an example. “Artists were required to have training for half a month. During the time, they were not permitted to leave. They must practice dancing from 8am to 10pm every day,” he said at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


“It won’t happen in Hong Kong. If you ask local artists to have such a long training session, they will find you silly. How can they afford the time? They are busy,” Ho added.


In China, the preparation for a variety show may take a year. Yet, the situation is totally different in Hong Kong. “Before the show, artists may be given a CD to watch. After half an hour, they should have understood the nature of the show. Then, the filming starts,” said Wilson Chin, an experienced variety show producer.


“China is a great market. Artists always try their very best to perform if they are given a chance to participate in a variety show. Even though they may have their legs hurt, it is worthy, as the huge audience may include some investors. They can see your hard work. Everything is a calculation,” Wong He, a local artist, explains why some artists perform differently in Hong Kong and in Mainland China.


“There’s room to improve,” Wong urged young people who are going to devote themselves to the industry to help solve the problem and produce good variety shows for local residents.

Good writing! Nice short and clear sentences, keep them that way. --095023 2012年4月10日 (二) 20:18 (UTC)

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