Jazz Lam to open a second branch of his cafe

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10 Jan – After the success of his cafe in Dai Hong, it was revealed that "Ghetto Justice 2" actor, Jazz Lam will be opening a branch of his cafe business.

Jayne Stars website reported that the actor, whose recent acting work was Wong Jing's "Young and Dangerous: Reloaded", will be opening his second cafe joint-venture with director Tony Tang in Wan Chai.

The actor revealed, "When Tony and I opened the first café, we didn't know much and spent a lot of time and effort in learning how to do everything ourselves. Seeing that the café is sustaining pretty well, we decided to open a second branch."

He continued, "I'm quite happy with how everything turned out last year, that I was able to proudly purchase a flat for my parents in Tuen Mun."

Asked if he had spent all his savings on the restaurant and the flat, but not for his wedding, Jazz said, "The money doesn't accumulate much interest when it's sitting in the bank. I'm slowly saving up for a wedding, but my girlfriend and I have only been together for a year so we haven't thought that far out yet."

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