BRITAIN may host more tours by Canto-pop stars after the huge success of concerts by Jacky Cheung Hok-yau. He attracted a total of around 10,000 fans to concerts at Wembley in London and Manchester last weekend. Now Hong Kong-born organiser Tony Man hopes to bring more stars to Britain, including Andy Lau Tak-wah, Leon Lai Ming and Aaron Kwok Fu-shing. 'The concerts were absolutely wonderful. 'I have been living in Britain since 1965 and it was the first time I realised that the Chinese community here has a younger generation so warm and passionate about a star like Jacky.' Tickets, mainly mailed out to the widespread Hong Kong Chinese across England, Scotland and Wales, sold for between $420 and $610. Nearly all those attending were of ethnic Chinese origin and the performances received little press coverage. Anna Pena, of Melody Maker magazine, who lived in Hong Kong for 20 years, said: 'Unless you speak Cantonese this music can be very hard to follow and it isn't something that the rest of the population is picking up.'