27th May 2023 – (Hong Kong) 22-year-old Hong Kong-Malaysian Alice Wong recently made headlines for her decision to participate in an adult video (AV) production in Taiwan. She was said to have followed the footsteps of Erena So, Hong Kong’s first AV actress in Japan. While some praised her for her bravery in entering the industry, others criticised her for her tattoos, unidentified black marks on her lower body and unappealing appearance. However, Wong’s reason for entering the industry was simple – she needed the money to support her 4-year-old son.
Wong revealed to local media recently that she had struggled to make ends meet since she was young. She worked in the food and sales industries, and later became a model to supplement her income. However, her marriage was fraught with difficulties, as her husband was verbally abusive and neglected his responsibilities as a father and husband.
Eventually, Wong divorced her husband and became a single mother. She tried to juggle multiple jobs to support her son, but the stress and guilt of not being able to spend enough time with him took a toll on her. She eventually turned to modelling, and later to adult video production, as a means to earn more money and provide a better life for her son.
Wong’s decision to enter the AV industry may have been controversial, but she maintains that it was her own choice and that she is not a victim. She admits that the industry has its challenges, but she is determined to make the most of her opportunities and to provide for her son. Wong’s storyhighlights the complex reasons why women may choose to enter the industry, and sheds light on the need for greater support for single mothers and families in need.
Wong’s upbringing was marked by a high-pressure environment where her parents were verbally abusive and even physically violent towards her. Her parents would often call her derogatory names and even accused her of being a prostitute. Wong felt that she needed to succeed and make a lot of money to prove her worth and provide for her family.
At the age of 18, Wong got married and had a child with her husband. However, her marriage was far from perfect, and her husband was verbally abusive and neglectful towards his responsibilities as a husband and father. Wong eventually divorced her husband and became a single mother, which put a lot of financial and emotional strain on her.
Despite her efforts to work multiple jobs to provide for her son, Wong found it difficult to make ends meet. She turned to modelling, and eventually, adult video production, as a means to earn more money. Although the industry is often stigmatised and misunderstood, Wong made it clear that she was not coerced or forced into it. Rather, it was a matter of survival and providing for her family.