13 December 2012 11:19
Irene Ang hopes Adrian Pang becomes the next Chow Yun Fat

FLY Entertainment's head honcho reveals the agency's future plans as her company celebrates 13 years in the business



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xinmsn asked Irene and Beatrice about settling creative differences after working with each other for so long. The duo had nothing but praises for each other and Irene said that she has "never fought with Beatrice" despite disagreements in the office.

While Beatrice called Irene 'generous' and someone who 'will share everything', Irene commended Beatrice's cool demeanour. "There’s nothing that can make her lose her temper. She is always calm but she doesn't show when she's not happy," Irene dished on Beatrice's quirks.

With new talent, Japan-born Liv Lo signed onto the roster, Irene said to xinmsn that a FLY artiste must be multi-skilled and have either a Pan-Asian look or Asian-wide appeal to be accepted into the agency. Liv Lo speaks four languages and does emceeing, hosting and modelling from Taiwan, where she was based.

“They must have a hunger, (want to) work hard and believe in their craft. We are looking for craftsmen, not just stars. Stars come and go. We want to look for those who want to grow and hone their craft with us together,” Irene spoke of the other aspect she wishes to see in her artistes.

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