Sweet - Linda Chung
'Sweet' is Linda's delightful appearance. Her sweet smile, soft-spoken voice, and work ethics are constantly praised by veteran actors. As the Chinese saying goes, "Sweet to the Heart" is best described through Linda's character names, such as Seung Joi Sam, Yu So Sam, and Lau Sam Yu.
Sour - Kate Tsui
'Sour' is for Kate's various images in different series. Coming from the background of 'Miss Hong Kong winner', Kate's image is more daring than other winners. Apart from speaking openly about the act of sex (during a radio interview in 2006), Kate also let down her Miss HK image and took on the role as tomboy police cadet Man Jing in "On the First Beat" and the bad girl role as Camie Lo Ka Mei in "Moonlight Resonance". Although these sourpuss lips have received an award from HKFA for her acting, Kate still has plenty of room for improvement.
Bitter - Selena Li
'Bitter' is a word best described for Selena's roles. No matter if it is in ancient, a period drama, or a modern series, the majority of Selena's characters are tragic and weak. However, her ability to portray strong characters is not at all weak. With no martial arts or dance background, Selena fought rhythmically in "Face to Fate" as single mother Yin Ye Loi. Also, in "Forensic Heroes II", Selena was able to grab the attention of the audience with the role of Cat Lee Kiu.
Spicy - Nancy Wu
'Spicy' is the definition of Nancy's evil roles in ancient and period dramas. Her image as an 'evil girl' is too well-known to the audience. The 'spicy pepper' received full marks during the second season of "Strictly Come Dancing", winning her the fine reputation as 'Full Marks Dancing Queen'. Apart from playing 'evil girl' roles, Nancy's gentle side can be seen in "A Bride for a Ride" as Wong Sau Ying. In order to make the plain girl role more unique, Nancy added orchid hand gestures as a characteristic.
Savoury - Fala Chen
'Savoury' is also known as 'fresh flavour'. Fala's facial features are fresh and distinctive. They have the ability to captivate the audience with their sharpness and brightness. Using them to her advantage in playing the role as the mute Kam Wing Hing in "Moonlight Resonance" was an improvement in acting. Fala has great talent in language. The audience has witnessed a Fala who does not speak Cantonese to a Fala who is now more fluent and confident in speaking the Hong Kong dialect.