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| Tuesday, August 07, 2007




Heavenly King Andy Lau, Hong Kong Olympic Games Association chairman Timothy Fok Tsun-Ting, 2004 Athen Olympic Games table-tennis silver medal winners Li Ching and Ko Lai Chak and Adidas director Colin Currie were at Hong Kong Times Square to attend Beijing Olympic Games countdown ceremony, as they show their support for the Hong Kong Olympic team.








Andy transformed into a sportsman as he had a table-tennis game with Ko Lai Chak, Andy expressed: "Before I came here today, actually I tried to relax myself, hope to use the spirit of a sportsman, never expected I fare so badly in table tennis."





Andy had not played table tennis for 20 years, he exclaimed that he need more practice as he believed that he would improve after 2 years of training.








He also wrote "Nothing is Impossible" to encourage the sportsman.





For the promotion of the Olympic Games, Andy revealed that he had already wrote 2 songs whether they would become the games' theme song, Andy and his fans are anticipating it.


news from: Ta Kung Po, Sina.com