Hong Kong superstar Aaron Kwok returns to Malaysia for spectacular concert, delighting fans with birthday surprise

    Aaron Kwok

    18th February 2024 – (Kuala Lumpur) Hong Kong’s renowned singer, Aaron Kwok, has broken records once again by returning to Malaysia just eight months after his previous visit. During the concert, Kwok took the initiative to request group photos with his fans and serenaded them with a heartfelt rendition of the “Happy Birthday” song, creating an electric atmosphere that filled the entire venue.

    On the seventh day of the Lunar New Year, Kwok arrived at Genting Highlands in Malaysia to kick off his four-show tour titled “2024 Dance Forest Legend Encore Concert.” Despite acknowledging the challenging nature of performing at Genting Highlands due to the low air pressure, Kwok showcased his unwavering determination and even celebrated his own birthday with the crowd. He expressed, “Today, it’s everyone’s birthday, and we all grow one year older! Time flies so quickly. Although I’m 58 this year, it’s just a number in my mind. What matters most is spending this beautiful evening with all of you.”

    Kwok extended New Year greetings to his fans, saying, “Wishing you prosperity and good fortune in the coming year! May you enjoy good health and have all your wishes come true!” Reflecting on his return to Malaysia for another performance just eight months later, he added, “I’ve expressed my hope to come back soon before, but I never imagined it would happen so quickly. I’m truly overjoyed to see everyone again.”

    As the concert reached its finale, Kwok requested a group photo with the entire audience, playfully saying, “Can I have the honour of taking a photo with all of you? Give me this chance, alright?” He then pulled out his mobile phone for a selfie and expressed his gratitude, saying, “Thank you all for standing by me and your unwavering support. You are the stars in my heart.” Kwok also took the opportunity to promote his upcoming Lunar New Year film, “Temporary Heist,” playfully reciting his character’s catchphrase, “Thank you very much.”