It's the kind of PR disaster most companies dread. The day after local bakery Kee Wah held a press conference with celeb spokesman Eric Tsang Chi-wai (below) to launch their Lunar New Year gift packs, the company's line of Chinese preserved sausages was singled out by the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department for containing ingredients considered harmful. For Tsang, however, the timing was somewhat lucky. If the story had broken a day earlier, then the poor comedian would have had to face a barrage of difficult questions. Instead, at last Thursday's press event, the most controversial topic for him was the bakery's acquisition of some pictures of him as a very young man through his father in Taiwan, and using them in the promotional material. 'I never realised that I was so handsome when I was young until I saw these pictures,' Tsang joked. 'I was the tallest member of my grade 5 class in primary school. However, it seems I didn't grow much after that.'