Taiwan television presenter Dee Hsu Hsi-di, 30, and her husband Mike Hsu (below) are in town this week for a short break before travelling on to Shanghai. Leaving behind her two young daughters, Hsu said she was keeping in close contact with them after being alerted to the mainland's tainted milk powder scandal. 'I always use the same milk powder formula for my children. It's been tested and it's completely safe. I don't like using products I don't know,' said Hsu. Long overshadowed by her sister Barbie Hsu Hsi-huan, who has starred in many films and television dramas, Dee Hsu's own career was boosted when she took over CtiTV's talk show Here Comes Kang Xi, co-hosted with writer and well-known television personality Kevin Tsai. Hsu's bold and witty style has been a hit with audiences who tune in to hear her exclusive interviews with celebrities and politicians. But Hsu says she doesn't take her tough interviewing style home with her. 'I never control what my daughters want to eat. Some mothers insist their children must finish everything that's given to them, but I don't think it's fair if they are already full,' she said. While talking about her daughters, Elly, 2, and Lily who was born last November, Hsu became animated. 'Elly loves to play with my cosmetics The other day, I asked her if she was going on a date and of course she said no. She looked so cute - especially when she used too much blush on her cheeks.'