The Chrissie Chau publicity machine just keeps grinding along
with Alex Lo
Just when you'd think everyone deserved a break from Chrissie Chau Sau-na, the girl who makes pseudo-model a trendy term in Cantonese is back. Money needs to be made and the publicity momentum has to be kept up. So the merchandising juggernaut that banks on Chau's well-endowed physique - sized 32D - rolls on.
The latest is a computer game that can be downloaded to your mobile phone. You get to play rock-paper-scissors with Chau - or rather, scantily clothed images of her - for HK$2 a game (pictured). If you win, she will drink coconut juice or lick an ice cream for your pleasure. If you recall, Chrissie pillows and autographed T-shirts have already been produced for sale.
But Chau's company is already thinking about next year. Global Mania Empire Management will roll out in January what may be called Chrissie Chau Barbies.
The two 10cm figurines will be dressed in a bikini and pyjamas. The dolls, according to her manager, Roy Kwong, are anatomically correct and the clothes can be taken off.
It's just as well they are so small - anything bigger could be mistaken for a sex doll.