3rd October 2020 – (Hong Kong) 41-year-old Canadian born Hong Kong actress, Bernice Liu and her second-generation rich boyfriend Calvin Lo announced their split two years ago, but sources confirmed yesterday that they will be tying the knots early next year.
Calvin Lo is the CEO of R.E. Lee International Hong Kong Ltd. According to its website, R.E. Lee has delivered life insurance solutions for their valued clients, providing protection for their family and business needs. His firm has a broad perspective and international scope, with clients situated in more than 65 countries around the world. The international clients are affluent high net-worth individuals, families and business owners, with unique needs that cannot be met with locally-available insurance products.
Calvin is also the largest purchaser and collector of French champagnes in Asia. He has many supercars including the rare Huayra BC, and he is also one of the first owners of the Gulfstream G650 private jet in Asia.
In the 2018 Forbes survey, Lo’s personal worth and assets amounted to US$1.7 billion. His mother who is a heavyweight in the insurance business owns assets of several billions of billions and a family business empire properties in Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Britain, France and Canada. In 2019, it was rumoured that Lo agreed to a deal to purchase the five-star hotel Mandarin Oriental for a total price of HK$38.5 billion.
Lo, who has a daughter, went to court with his ex-wife during their divorce for alimony and other issues. During the period, the two sides refused to give in to each other. In the end, the lawsuit finally ended after two years in the High Court, which cost about HK$17 million. In many court documents, Lo’s personal information was accidentally disclosed. He was born in Canada, grew up in Hong Kong as a child, and then returned to Canada to study before obtaining a degree in economics from a local university. He returned to Hong Kong after graduation in 1999 to work for his mother. After the divorce in 2018, Calvin Lo and Bernice were spotted kissing each other. After the news broke out, Lo was revealed to have another Thai girlfriend of whom he had been dating for 7 years. She is Nina Bencharongkul, the daughter of telecoms mogul Boonchai, Boonyapha runs the Museum of Contemporary Art in Bangkok.
Although Liu has not yet responded to the news, netizens have already congratulated her in advance for finding the man of her life. Looking back at Bernice’s past love history, she had dating with Hawick Lau (Hong Kong actor and singer and was named as one of the Five Fresh Tigers of TVB) and Moses Chan, another Hong Kong actor and she also reportedly dated Alastair Lam, cousin brother of tycoon, Richard Li.
After breaking up with Moses Chan, Bernice moved into Alastair’s house, but it was rumoured that when she subsequently discovered that the other party was not that rich and hence she broke up with him quickly after dating for 4 months. Alistair once hinted that ‘someone’ wanted to live luxuriously implying that Bernice is a ‘golddigger’.
In 2018, she was photographed by the paparazzi during her trip to Finland with Calvin Lo, and Bernice subsequently admitted that they were dating, but unfortunately, she broke up with him after dating for less than six months.
Similarly, in 2018, it was rumoured that Bernice had secretly married the rich French Bordeaux winery owner, Charles four years ago. The two broke up due to irreconcilable differences, but Bernice clarified that she had never been married.
According to Wikipedia, Bernice Jan Liu (born 6th January, 1979) has previously held the title Miss Chinese Vancouver 2000 as well as Miss Chinese International 2001, the latter position bringing her fame in Hong Kong. Liu left Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) in 2011 to pursue a singing career.
Liu was best known for her role as Princess Sam-tin in the long-running TVB sitcom, Virtues of Harmony, which was also her first role after joining TVB in 2001. Liu’s singing breakthrough came to an attention in 2005 after she lent her voice for the theme song of the 2005 TVB serial drama, Into Thin Air. The theme song, “Truth,” was Liu’s first theme song and was one of the primary promotional songs for the TVB compilation album, Lady in Red (2006), which sold past 10,000 copies in the first day of release. Liu was also listed by critics as one of the few TVB artists to look forward to in a future singing career.