28 Nov– Pakho Chau recently assured that he is doing okay now, after previously facing boycott from mainland fans over misunderstanding about his political stance.
As reported on Mingpao, the singer, who made his first public appearance at the promotional event of his TVB drama, "Wonder Women" since the previous controversy, shared that he is not worried about the viewership despite previous issue and believes that TVB will handle the matter accordingly.
As for his Instagram account, which he finally updated recently after removing all posts following the issue, Pakho said that everything should be done at the right time.
"Recently, I started using it again to promote the series," he added.
Asked if he will be more cautious in the future when it comes to posting anything on social media, the singer said that he will always be cautious.
"The most important thing is to be comfortable with yourself. I hope everybody will be happy. I hope Hong Kong will restore peace and order soon. That's the thing that I want the most," he said.
Pakho previously found himself angering mainland fans after posting a message on Instagram reminding everybody in Hong Kong to register to vote. Many mainlanders assumed that his post meant that Pakho was supporting the Hong Kong protests and independence movement.
Soon after, the singer was delisted from a music festival in China, while his songs were removed from mainland music streaming sites.
He later responded on Instagram that he has always been supportive of the One China Policy, angering his Hong Kong fans in the process and leading him to remove all posts from social media.
(Photo Source: Pakho Chau Instagram)