Laying down the law

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 20 November, 1994, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 20 November, 1994, 12:00am
 

NOW here is a relationship that is guaranteed to warm the contaminated cockles of Hong Kong's heart.


She's a celebrity agony aunt, he's a barrister, but ever since their paths crossed, the sky has been the limit for Pamela Pak and Patrick Tse. It all began when he represented her in a court battle against a former business partner. And won.


The natural Hong Kong progression for their 'beautiful relationship' was a Metro Radio talk show. She handles matters of the heart, he deals with the law, and the show is fast growing in popularity.


Not content with that, much published writer Pak then introduced her partner to the delights of the written word. And, hey presto, Tse has done a John Mortimer, maybe even a John Grisham, and now boasts three best-selling books, all about the funnier aspects of the law. Perhaps the best of the three is entitled Can You Name Your Dog After Superstar Stephen Chiau Sing-chi? Whatever next?

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