16 Jul - Eason Chan recently admitted that he was inspired to hold his own charity concert by both Sam Hui and Aaron Kwok - who held their own similar shows in the past months.
As reported on Mingpao, the singer who spoke to the media at the press conference following the concert, stated that seeing Sam with his guitar and Aaron with his dancers performing for the sake of the music industry workers affected by the pandemic made him want to join in, which is why he decided to put his own spin into his recent online concert, "Live is Much Better With Music".
"I thought about how sunrises and sunsets are a cycle, and that it will continue no matter how good or bad things are. You can always start over and it doesn't always have to be bad," he explained when asked about his decision to hold two different performances - in the morning and in the evening.
Eason also stated that he is happy to be able to create employment opportunities for 100 concert staff in order to make the show happen.
"I hope that it will be even better in the near future," he added.
On the other hand, when asked about his concert, "Fear and Dreams", which was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Eason stated that he has no plans to make up shows, as even the overseas tour has been cancelled.
(Photo Source: Eason Chan Instagram)