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很快，我们便做了朋友。 而我更有幸，获她邀请，去录音室和她合唱一曲。 对於唱歌我一向没信心，连许冠杰都没我办法。然而唱罢她给我报以微笑，由於她的鼓励，我就破例为电影唱了一次插曲。
One year, Michael Lai brought along a little girl to act. I remember she arrived on the movie set slightly quiet and shy. But when she started to sing, everyone was stunned. I was deeply touched by her voice and her performance.
She and I soon became friends. I recall she invited me to record a duet. When finished I was relieved to see her gentle smile. With that approval, I agreed to sing for the first time for my movies.
Unfortunately, that song never made it to the tracklist of her classic album "Bad Girl". But that*s okay, I guess my singing was not good enough after all.
Soon after, this little girl became queen. Queen of pop, queen of the cinema. She even became a philanthropist, a mentor, and a chairperson. For our industry, for Hong Kong, as well as Chinese audience from all over the world, her efforts and contributions were monumental.
Anita, I miss you. You are, and forever will be, our beloved Daughter of Hong Kong.