When I think of Aaron Kwok, what comes to mind is my younger self trying to mimic his dance moves in Dui Ni Ai Bu Wan, that ’80s song of his, as he tossed his boyish mane in the music video.
These days, of course, Kwok sports a different image, as was evident when he arrived at the Ocean Terminal Main Concourse at Harbour City for Korean luxury skincare brand Sulwhasoo’s Charity Quilt event. He cut a fine figure in a snug checked woolen jacket, sporting a heavily gelled back hairstyle.
Aaron Kwok and Hong Kong socialite Cathy Lee, both of whom participated in Sulwhasoo's Charity Quilt project this year
Kwok is one of the celebrities — along with Hong Kong actresses Carina Lau and Cherie Chung, and Singapore’s Kit Chan — taking part in Sulwhasoo’s charity project this year, which aims to inspire the public to share love and warmth with the underprivileged. (The quilt represents love and care and the luminaries were invited to contribute a piece of cloth for the quilt.)