The 49-year-old left for Shenzhen yesterday (Mar 2) to shoot the sequel to 2019 hit medical drama Big White Duel.
Filming for the series began last November, with the last leg of the shoot taking place in the Chinese city. The shoot would last around a month, however with the quarantine period, it means Moses would be away from his wife, Aimee Chan, 39, and their kids for two months.
To prepare his kids for his absence, Moses revealed that he gave them “psychological counselling”.
“They said they didn’t want me to go," Moses told reporters during an event for cop drama Armed Reaction 2021 that's now showing on TVB. "I hope to return to Hongkong in time to celebrate my wife, daughter and my birthdays in April. If I don’t make it, I will have to make up for it later.” Their birthdays fall on April 1, 27, and 16, respectively.
Fortunately, the kids were in school when he left, so there wasn’t any major issue that arose from saying goodbye.
Though Moses will miss his kids, he admitted that the 21-day quarantine is a good chance for him to rest and take his mind off work.
He will also be able to use the time to get some workouts in, as well as indulge in his coffee making pastime.