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Older folks speaking their minds about the younger generation — and not always in a good way — certainly isn’t a new or rare phenomenon, especially in showbiz.

In a recent interview with Hongkong media, actor Bobby Au-Yeung lamented that young actors these days tend to be very self-reliant as soon as they start out, and do not have the habit of approaching their seniors for advice like he used to do.

In fact, the 60-year-old revealed that he once kindly shared some advice to a junior on the set of a TVB drama, only to be met with an incredulous expression that seemed to say, “You’re teaching me?”

“Actually, I did it for the good of the show, but after that, I didn’t dare to do it again,” he said.

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