Look how Moses and Aimee Chan take their kids on a camping trip – at home


The Covid-19 pandemic means family holiday plans would have to be put on hold. For celebrity couple Moses and Aimee Chan, a recent surge in the number of Covid-19 cases in Hong Kong has even ruined their plans for a staycation with their three children, aged between four and six.

Undaunted, they decided to do a “camping trip” at home so that the kids would not be disappointed. They pitched and stayed in a tent, had daily “camping food” and went on outdoor excursions, according to a post written by Aimee Chan on Thursday (July 16).

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Due to the current situation, we postponed our staycation vacation and decided to ease the munchkins disappointment by doing a “camping trip” since Sunday in our living room.🤭 Filled with daily “camping food” and outdoor excursions. 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️🏃 Thank goodness, they are having a blast! 🏕️ Secretly I am too! 😍 #camping #smores #bbq

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The 39-year-old posted several photos of the “trip” in the living room and the “camping food” they ate – biscuits coated with chocolate and barbecued sweetcorn and prawns.

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She also took her two boys on a nature walk to explore the different species of insects and plants, and said they came across two poisonous spiders and found two different species of grasshoppers.

“Aiden complained that camping in the living room didn’t include bugs. Boy, was he wrong,” she wrote.


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Nature walk.🚶🚶‍♂️🚶‍♀️ Getting some fresh air and exploring the different species of insects and plants. Came across 2 HUGE definitely poisonious spiders🕷️🕷️… And Found 2 different species of grasshoppers and what we believe is called a “ghost ant”👻🐜 (cool name eh!?) will release these back into nature after observation. 🤓 And Aiden complained that camping in the living room didn’t include bugs… 😜 Boy was he wrong! 😁🐛🐜🐝🐞🕷️ #dontworrybehappy #nature #familyof5 #spiders #insects

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The actress has not been active in the entertainment industry after she married Moses Chan in 2013 and gave birth to their first child Aiden the same year.

Moses Chan, an award-winning actor, remains one of TVB’s leading men and is currently starring in the serial Death By Zero with Wayne Lai, Ali Lee and Katy Kung.

A version of this article first appeared in The Straits Times.

(Photos: Aimee Chan/Instagram)

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