That was a few years ago; I don't know if he's done any work in the mainland more recently.I doubt Felix needs the work. Wasn't he in mainland China doing some stuff? He probably makes more there.
Which is gracious of him, or maybe his thinking is "a job is a job; it's nothing personal." TVB probably treated Andy Lau the worst of all of its former stars (what it did to him in the mid-80s was pure b.s.), and yet, he's made many guest appearances on TVB programs over the years.Andy Lau at least still makes the odd appearance on TVB programs.
Andy Lau is either a *really* forgiving guy or the ultimate publicity w-h-o-r-e. :P
I know that when Chow Yun Fat is asked about his TVB days, he's gracious towards his former co-stars and the production crew folks (e.g. the rank and file), but when it comes to TVB's bosses...Chow's silence speaks VOLUMES.Chow Yun Fat and Tony Leung haven't looked back at all. Johnnie To likes to diss TVB when he has the chance haha, but he knows that it was Wong Tin Lam that gave him a chance and made him the director he is now.
TVB has been an important stepping stone for many Asian stars who made it big in international media, but I think honestly, all of them would privately admit that the place is a meat grinder for actors.TVB is well known for screwing their actors, but a lot of them got their big break because of TVB. It's give or take I guess. Like Gallen Law when he became a big star, came back years later to do a series for TVB again. Sometimes you don't want to burn your bridges unless your a superstar like Chow Yun Fat or Tony Leung