Nicholas Tse Ting Hug Case Study: Nicholas Tse Ting Fung

Part A
Nicholas Tse Ting Fung, who is a famous Hong Kong singer, composer, actor and businessman, is the son of 1950’s Hong Kong well-known actor and actress, namely Patrick Tse Yin and Deborah Dik. Nicholas was born to be under the spotlight and being chased for shooting daily life photos because of his parents. According to the HK Magazine interview, Nicholas recalled that he hated doing “Kung Hei Fat Choi” for the family photo shooting in Chinese New Year when he was a child. He was even beaten by his mother as he sulked in the photos at the age of 13. However, he was so stubborn that took a stand and nobody forced him to smile after that (Leung, 2006).

Each action that he did was in the eyes of everyone. In order to have fewer disturbances
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Nicholas loves singing very much and plays well in guitar and drum, yet he refused to join this industry at first. With the failure of Patrick Tse’s business, Nicholas had no choice but signed the contract to the Emperor Entertainment Group for repaying his father’s debt when he was 16 (Shangguan, 2008). Nicholas was a cool and bolshy idol dressing in a fashionable style with a pair of black sunglasses. However, he was so tough that he even got booed for three years since he debuted. His untiring efforts finally gained the recognition of people with his adherence to his career, he can still in the entertainment industry …show more content…
Psychosexual stages may not be applicable to all people because not every single incidents that happen in the childhood can be remember and also the level of gratification of mouth and rigidity of toilet training are hard to measure, it is hard to explain if the incident in stages affect the adult personality in some situations. With reference to Nicholas’ case, this type of information is hard to get and hypotheses have to be made in order to explain his adult personality so psychosexual stages may not be a perfect indicator for personalities

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