Evergreen Mak Will Be Using The $1.6K He Got From Hongkong's Performing Artistes Guild On His Kids’ School Fees
"The school fees for my two kids are really expensive," he said.
Hongkong actor Evergreen Mak, 51, has been very open about his financial woes after getting involved in a Ponzi scheme that not only damaged his reputation, but his career as well. He left TVB last year and recently became an artiste with ViuTV.
But even with his new job, the actor has admitted that he is still struggling financially. It's why he applied for COVID-19 relief from the Hongkong Performing Artistes Guild, which gives a cash aid of HK$9,000 (S$1,600) to eligible guild members.