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  1. Michelle Chen - Wikipedia

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    Michelle Chen Yanxi (born Chen Mei-hsuan; 31 May 1983) is a Taiwanese actress and singer. Chen is best known for starring in the 2011 film You Are the Apple of My Eye, which broke box office records for Chinese-language films in mainland China, ...

  2. Charlene Choi - Wikipedia

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    • Early Life
    • Acting Career
    • Musical Career
    • Personal Life
    • Charity
    • Awards and Nominations
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    Choi was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She moved with her family to Hong Kong a few years later. She was educated at Marymount Secondary School and Rosaryhill School (high school). She is fluent in Cantonese, English and Mandarin. After graduating from Rosaryhill School, where many other would-be pop stars had attended, she started working full-time as a model in Hong Kong. She was scouted by Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG), and was then linked with Gillian Chung to form the Cantopop group Twins.

    Early years

    Aside from her musical career, Choi has become a successful actress in the Hong Kong film industry, co-starred alongside actors such as Andy Lau, Eason Chan, Jay Chou, Mike He, Wu Chun and Nicholas Tse. She wrote an article describing her acting career: Choi's first acting gig was a starring role in the 2000 television drama Youth Y2K. Then, Choi made her first film debut in 2001 in Funeral March (filmed prior to Twins' debut), which drew rave reviews from critics and earned her a Best New Pe...

    Breakthrough success

    Since then, Choi has taken Jim Chim as a mentor, and portrayed a kind and comedic porn star in the comedy film Simply Actors (2007). Her breakthrough role in the Pang brothers' psychological thriller Diary (2006) earned her many film award nominations and she received the Best Actress award at the 11th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival(BiFan Korean Movie Award). Choi's acting was once again duly identified by an abundance of film critics with her portrayal of Dani Dan in Simply Ac...

    More recognitions

    In 2010, after having concentrated heavily on music in the previous year, Choi started taking on more acting projects. Her first film for that year was Beauty on Duty, which she co-starred with Sandra Ng. Following that, Choi appeared in Triple Tap with Daniel Wu and Louis Koo. Choi's next film, The Jade and the Pearl, saw her co-starring with Raymond Lam and her close friends Joey Yung and Wong Cho-lam, as well as a collaboration between Choi and Lam in singing a duet theme song. Choi conclu...

    Solo music released with Twins

    Choi's first solo song, Diva, Ah Hey!, was released in Twins' 2003 album Touch of Love. The song received a nomination for Best Song at the 23rd Hong Kong Film Awards and won a place in the Top 10 Songs at the Jade Solid Gold Songs Awards Ceremony. Choi's second solo song, Watching Movie Alone, was released in Twins' 2006 Mandarin album Around the World with 80 Dollars. Choi's third solo song, You are Not a Good Lover, was released in Twins' 2006 Cantonese album Ho Hoo Tan. This was Choi's fi...

    Music career as a solo female singer

    Towards the end of 2008, Choi further expanded her career, entering new fields of the entertainment industry. As an entertainer, not only is she an actress and singer, but she is now a theater star. In the musical, Knight Star, she stars as the female lead Rose. Acting as her lover, she has finally reunited with Jimmy Lin after seven years. Lin first collaborated with Choi in her first series The Monkey King: Quest for the Sutra when she first entered the industry. Other stars in the musical...

    Charlene Choi and Ronald Cheng knew each other through the film "The Pursuit of August 15", scandals are spread that they are dating in the set of this film. At the beginning of 2010, a news broke out on the internet that they got married. On March 17, 2010, at the promotion of the film "The Secret Order of Beauty", she said that she had broken up with Ronald Cheng for some time, and the two were separated because of mutual understanding. On the other side, Ronald Cheng also admitted that he had been separated from Charlene Choi during the promotion of the movie "The Treasure Box of Yue Guang". On March 27, 2010, the "Apple Daily" in Hong Kong published the marriage certificate that the two married in the Vannes District of Los Angeles, USA as early as January 31, 2006.In the evening of the same day, the two attended a press conference and admitted that they were married as early as 2006 and had completed the divorce procedures for several months. Afterwards, Charlene Choi and Willi...

    As a donor to the Make-A-Wish Foundation since 2001 and a Make a Wish ambassador in 2008, Choi released the hit single and award-winning Make a Wish, which sold 5000 copies within a span of 30 minutes with all proceeds going to the foundation. Choi also sold clothing from her own "SAL" clothing line to fans to raise more money for the foundation. Choi also wrote an autobiographical book about her teenage years as a child of divorced parents. Although she remains close to both her parents, Choi lived with her father after her parents' divorce. However, following her decision to become a singer-actress, the time she spent at home and with her parents rapidly diminished. As a result, the means of communicating with her father became all the more special. In her book Single Family's Love, many little notes exchanged between her and her father over the years can be seen. Through the autobiography, readers are encouraged to find happiness in single parent families. The money raised from t...

    2002 1. 21st Hong Kong Film Awards – Nominated for Best New Performer Award for Funeral March 2004 1. 10th Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards – Nominated for Best Actress Award for The Death Curse 2. 23rd Hong Kong Film Awards – Nominated for Best Original Film Song Award for Diva, Ah Hey 3. 4th Chinese Film Media Awards – Awarded Most Popular Actress Golden Award (Hong Kong and Taiwan) for Diva, Ah Hey! / The Twins Effect 2006 1. Yahoo! Search Award 2006 – Awarded Local Movie Actress Award 2. Metro RadioKing of Entertainment News – Awarded Queen of Actress Award 2007 1. HKSAR 10th Anniversary Film Awards – Awarded My Favourite New Generation Actress Award 2. HKSAR 10th Anniversary Film Awards – Awarded Most Potential Actress Award 3. Hong Kong Filmart 2007 – Awarded Most Popular Local Actress Award (Top 5) 4. 11th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival(PiFan) – Awarded Best Actress Award for Diary 5. 12th Golden Bauhinia Awards – Awarded Best Actress Award for Simply Actor...

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