FORGET Josie Ho. Josie How might be more appropriate. You know, as in 'just how does she do it?'. Young Josie, by far the most outgoing of Stanley's offspring, is fast turning into a one-woman entertainment corporation. Even before her first album for Rock Records has come out, Josie has switched direction and is dabbling in the film industry. She recently made her acting debut in Ching Wing-keung's Victory, a film modelled on a popular 1970s Japanese television series about a volleyball team made up of pert, photogenic young women. Fortunately, Josie is keeping her athletic feet firmly on the ground. Despite having both singing and acting on her CV, she refuses to get carried away with it all and calls herself an artist. Or should that be artiste? 'I don't agree with a lot of actors and singers who label themselves as artists when they really haven't reached that standard,' she said. 'Angela Ho (her painter half sister from father Stanley Ho's side) and Danny Chan (the late singer), I would say, are artists but many of the others are just performers.'