Singer Eason Chan gave an interview on a radio show to promote his upcoming charity concert, which will be held on October 27 in Hong Kong, on September 26.

He revealed that he has invited some youths from the local grassroots community to attend the show. Eason said, "I have worked with the duo band since 2012. Holding a charity concert with them is an excellent way to end our partnership. We are all positive men and we hope our music can empower the younger generation."

Eason revealed that there will not be public ticket sales for the show, and that concertgoers will only be able to get in using their registered names. This is to prevent scalpers from buying tickets and reselling them at high prices. "This concert is for a good cause so I do not want scalpers to interfere with it," he explained.

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