HONG KONG (AP) — Pop star Andy Lau dominated the annual Hong Kong's Jade Solid Gold music awards, bagging five trophies, including the prize for most popular Hong Kong male singer in Asia.
In one of his acceptance speeches Saturday, Lau offered best wishes for people whose relatives are missing in the recent tsunami disaster, expressing hopes that their loved ones will be found, newspapers reported.
Lau also was named most popular male singer in Hong Kong, while three of his songs won individual honors. "Masseuse" was named one of the year's top 10 songs," while "After All I Have Love," clinched the most popular Chinese song prize.
Lau, one of the Hong Kong pop scene's "Four Heavenly Kings," has kept up his popularity with a steady stream of music and film releases.
In other awards presented Saturday night, Joey Yung was named Hong Kong's most popular female singer. Kelly Chen won the award for most popular Hong Kong female singer in Asia.
Miriam Yeung's "Big Event in Little Town" was the year's top Hong Kong song.