It's late March, and three men are gathered for a meeting they'd never thought they would have.
One man is Anthony Wong, one of the most famous actors in the Chinese-speaking world, known for his roles in films like Infernal Affairs and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
The other two are silver-haired, 74-year-old Englishmen - Anthony's two half-brothers that he had never met until last week.
"Amazing, impossible - a miracle" is how the actor, 56, described it.
For decades, the celebrity looked for traces of his British father, who left him when he was four.
Fragmented information from his Cantonese mother about the former Hong Kong government official had led him nowhere.
He knew only his name - Frederick William Perry - and had some basic biographical details and a handful of photographs.
他掌握的信息极其有限：父亲的名字(Frederick William Perry)、生辰年月和几张照片。
Earlier this year, Anthony spoke to BBC Chinese about his search. He described how, without his father, he had grown up feeling "trapped in between" his British and Hong Kong identities, and how he hoped the internet would help bring him some answers.
The day after the BBC published his story, a Facebook thread was set up by people wanting to help him. Three separate women following the page around the world began looking for information and passing it on to him.
"New clues came almost every day," Anthony said.
On 2 March, he sent another post saying that someone had found biographical information of his possible father and his English family.
He could hardly dare to believe they were his relatives, but the names and years seemed to match perfectly.
Not knowing how to contact Anthony directly, they emailed a company mentioned in the video, Dionysus Contemporary Theatre, saying there was a chance that they and Anthony were "half-brothers at least".
When they were finally able to get in direct contact with Anthony, David and John were shocked.
"After picking myself off the floor, we talked about it, Dave and I. And we decided we'd better come over and see him," said John.
On 20 March, the three met in Hong Kong.
"It was just incredible," Anthony said. "After all these years and suddenly it all happened in two weeks!"
Anthony's mother is still alive, but is suffering from dementia. He tried to tell her he had found his father, while he was helping her eat dinner, but she could not give a clear response.
"She suddenly stopped eating," said Anthony.
"Then I said 'hey, I'm not leaving you. I'll still be here', and she went on eating."
David and John spent a few days in Hong Kong with Anthony before returning to Melbourne. All three told the BBC that they had formed a bond very quickly, and the "fairly big" Perry family would love for him to visit them in Australia.
"We want to have a nice get-together and make Anthony feel part of our family - he is part of our family," David said.