Moses’ path to stardom was nothing short of ups and downs. He came in first runner-up in an amateur compere contest back in 1969 but that was not much of a stepping stone into the showbiz. Through the 80s, Moses was very active in the Live Theaters where he performed talk show gigs, sketches with overseas celebrities as well as hosting. That was the time where he made his acquaintances with many Hong Kong and Taiwan celebrities. In 1990, his first big break came when he co-hosted in a weekly variety show called “Comedy Night” aka “搞笑行动” with Jack Neo and became a household name. At the peak of his career in 1994, he was asked to star in the Mediacorp TV Channel 5 sitcom “Under One Roof” as Tan Ah Teck, the head of a Chinese Singaporean family. “Under One Roof” later went on to win the ‘Best Comedy Programme or Series Award’ at the Asian Television Awards in both 1996 and 1997, and for his role, Moses won the Best Comedy Actor award in 1996. In 1996, Moses was signed on by a Hong Kong TV station, CETV, where he hosted cooking programmes and variety shows with Hong Kong celebrities like the late Lydia Sum.