2nd part of the interview released by China.com today. Here is a link to the original text: http://ml.china.com.cn/html/guanzhu/20111115/9393.html
Since his debuts, Wallace had played mostly a positive role but in Qing Shi Huang Fei, in which he acted as Liu Lian Cheng, was being viewed as a bad guy.
During the interview we mentioned about these comments, but Wallace didn't think so: "He isn't a villain. I thought I could give this role a little more controversial, such as some paranoid, overbearing, or self-esteem, and more complex character. He isn't particularly a bad person, although for the sake of his love he may be hardship toward other people and things he did.
In the play, he infatuated Ma Fuya. There's little smile on the Bei Han emperor's face unless he's with her. His words: "In my heart, no one can replace her. It's fortunate for me that I met her!"
He spoke with tearing throat: "She is not a woman of the enemy, she's my woman, I'll use all my power to make her fall in love with me." He said: "I put you in the Red Phoenix Palace, if anyone disturbs you, I'll kill him.". He said softly to her: "As long as I'm alive, I won't let anyone hurts you, I want you to be the happiest woman in the world.". He used his last breath to tell Ma Fuya: "I want you to know, there are love and Spring in Bei Han.".
But what about the real life Huo Jian Hua? He said in real life he doesn't like Lian Cheng's persistence. Asked if he were Ma Fuya, would he accept Lian Cheng's love, he said: "I may not accept because his love will make people feeling suffocated and breathless. A woman may not like this kind of love as it will give her pressure, fear and out of breath. Of course, in real life this kind of love may exist. Such love is so strong but for the other half is concerned, there will be a lot of pressure. So I won't love someone in such a way."
Wallace now has a flourishing career, and we sincerely do hope that he will receive a perfect love.