Henry’s father was selected as the “model father”

[“Model Father” Peter Lau (front row, second from left) taking a photo with the other winners and guests]

According to the reports by Canada’s “Ming Pao”, in order to celebrate the greatness of fathers, the Canadian Support Enhance Access Services Centre has organized “Praising Fathers’ Night Charity Ball 2010”, “Exemplary Father Election” and also the grand finals for the children’s public speaking competition. In the end, the vice president of the Cathay Lions Club and Monsheong ambassador, Peter Lau, was selected as the model father.
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A-Line Magazine Interviews SJM-Henry’s Brother (Talking about Henry)

Twenty-year-old Henry Lau may not be a name you instantly recognize.  Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, he’s an up and coming star in both the Korean and Chinese music industries as a member of Super Junior-M, the Mando-pop extension of the widely popular Korean boy band, Super Junior.

Henry was discovered when Korean management label, SM Entertainment, held auditions in Toronto.  Showcasing the violin and popping, he was featured in Super Junior’s “Don’t Don” music video and on popular variety shows, such as Korea’s “Star King.”

Amidst all this success, how would it feel to be his brother?  A-Line got the chance to talk to Henry’s older brother*, a Canadian college student, about Henry’s success.

Before SM…
J.CHAN: It must be thrilling that your brother is becoming a success in Asia. 
It’s definitely cool to see Henry have an opportunity to rise to stardom.  Before he started out, I did not know anything about SM or the Asian music industry, but I knew he was going somewhere.

J.CHAN: When did he start taking up music?
C.LAU: He started taking piano lessons from my mom at about four and violin lessons at seven.  I think he was indifferent towards music up until junior high when his talent for performing started to show.

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