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Sunday, December 14, 2008

Aaron Kwok shows off his abs in Taiwan concert; Earns 6.5 million

Aaron Kwok shows off his abs in Taiwan concert; Earns 6.5 million
Source: Sina
Date: Monday December 15, 2008
Translated by Initial E @
On the 13th and 14th of December, Arron Kwok (郭富城) held his 'Da Show Reel' concert in Taipei's 'Little Giant Egg' Stadium. Even though Arron is only holding two concerts this time, his ability to earn money is still strong, successfully earning TWD26 million (about 6.5 million RMB)

In the concert, other than dancing and singing, he engaged the audience and intensified the atmosphere. He shouted out to the Taiwanese fans: "We must surely beat the record in this stadium, as our voices are the loudest." All the fans present gathered together and their shouts almost shattered the stadium. Arron also played the piano, but as he wasn't skilled in playing the piano he often made mistakes. He made the entire audience laugh by saying: "Please give me another chance. I am not Jay Chou (周杰伦). The piano is so difficult to play." However Jay Chou, who was also present, praised Arron saying that his skills were already not bad.

Other than making mistakes when playing the piano, Arron also mispronounced the words 'Xiao Xin' (be careful) as 'Xiao Qi' (little seven). His spoken mandarin is getting worse and he mocked himself, saying: "My spoken mandarin is like what it was 18 years ago when I first debuted, how bad!"

Yesterday night, Jolin Tsai (蔡依林), Elva Hsiao (萧亚轩), Ella, Hebe and Faith Yang (杨乃文) came to attend the concert. The outside world is guessing that she deliberately tried to avoid Jay Chou, but she expressed that she completely did not know that Jay was coming, saying that the only thing she heard was that Arron had trained a set of very impressive abs and she didn't want to miss that. Her mother is also a big fan of Arron, and she revealed that many years ago she also brought Jolin to watched Arron's concert.

This is his first concert in Taiwan in 12 years, and after it ended, Arron had insomnia and could only fall asleep at 7 in the morning. He even asked for a massage for him to relax. He said that he is suppressing all his excited feelings just to let his second night be more exciting and he would perform with abandon.

Arron is leaving Taiwan today afternoon by Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Flight KA481.

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