Last year’s Project Boyz Power Vancouver organized by Fairchild Television in collaboration with TVB received overwhelming responses and positive feedbacks. TVB management team members Felix To, Virginia Lok and Sandy Yu especially made a trip to Vancouver to select a group of aspiring individuals with the most potential to develop a career in Asia. Project B.P. not only provided young gentlemen with a platform to showcase their talents and unleash their passions, but also gave them a chance to embark on a journey to fame.
One of the Champions Jack Wang forwent the opportunity to compete in Mr. Hong Kong Contest for school but was later offered a contract by Shaw Brothers (Hong Kong) Limited and officially launched his career in the entertainment industry in March. Jack’s first project is to film “Flying Tiger” with TV and movie stars Bosco Wong, Ron Ng, Michael Wong, and Hugo Ng.
Another Project B.P. Champion, Jeffrey Leung, went straight into the Final of Mr. Hong Kong Contest while his fellow contestant at Project B.P. Andoni Usubiaga also travelled to Hong Kong and competed in the same competition, both earning memorable and precious performance experience.
As one of the most talented finalists, Angus Yam’s melodic voice entirely captivated the audience at the Project B.P. Final. For him to compete in the 2016 TVB International Chinese New Talent Singing Championship as a Vancouver delegate was no surprise at all. Aside from hosting What’s On, Angus has also participated in a variety of events including a rendition of Leslie Cheung's classic numbers with a symphony orchestra at Taiwan Fest, and participating in a drama production by the renowned theatre performer and director Mr. Peter Poon. Last but not least, the winner of the Most Stylish New Star Award, Matthew Chan is attending the TVB acting class after finishing his Theatre Program Major in Vancouver and is ready to put knowledge into his profession.
The first ever Project Boyz Power has ended on a high note. This year, Fairchild TV will collaborate with TVB again to launch Project Boyz Power Vancouver 2017. The finalists will receive professional training in all aspects including stage, dance, acting and modeling. The champion will be offered a trip to Hong Kong and participate in an audition at TVB. Whether you are born to be a star, or train hard to find your niche, as long as you are aged 16 or above with a passion for performance, Project Boyz Power will be a great opportunity that must not be missed! Last year’s success has inspired the finalists and paved a way for them to embark on a miraculous journey. It is time for you to seize the opportunity and take your first step! The recruitment for Project Boyz Power Vancouver 2017 is now in action! Be sure to complete the application form online, or download the form to apply before May 18, 2017.