Comedian Eric Tsang returns to HK after surgery to remove aneurysm

PETALING AJYA: Comedian Eric Tsang has returned to Hong Kong following surgery in Taiwan and appears to be in good health, China Press reports.

The 70-year-old went under the knife to remove an arterial aneurysm and install several stents.

He finally returned to Hong Kong at 4pm on Sunday (Sept 3).

Tsang said the aneurysm was discovered during a medical check-up after pandemic restrictions were lifted.

“I’m grateful for the advancements in medicine. If I had not undergone surgery, the aneurysm would have probably ruptured.

"Once it ruptures, there is no way to save me,” he said.

When asked when he would be back at work, he said his doctor had ordered him to improve his lifestyle by going to sleep early, drinking less alcohol and exercising more.

Tsang is a Hong Kong actor, film director, producer and television host.

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