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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Joseph_TsaiJoseph Tsai - Wikipedia

    Joseph Tsai (born January 1964) is a businessman, lawyer, and philanthropist. He is a co-founder and executive vice chairman of the Chinese multinational technology company Alibaba Group and owns the Brooklyn Nets of the American National Basketball Association (NBA), the New York Liberty of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), the San Diego Seals of the National Lacrosse ...

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    • January 1964 (age 58), Taipei, Taiwan
  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tsai_Ing-wenTsai Ing-wen - Wikipedia

    On 11 March 2011, Tsai Ing-wen officially announced her run for the presidential nomination of the Democratic Progressive Party. [50] On 27 April 2011, Tsai became the first female presidential candidate in Taiwan after she defeated former Premier Su Tseng-chang by a small margin in a nationwide phone poll (of more than 15,000 samples) that served as the party's primary. [51]

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Zheng_JieZheng Jie - Wikipedia

    Zheng Jie (born 5 July 1983) is a retired tennis player from China. In May 2009, she achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No. 15. Zheng is one of the most successful tennis players from China. She won four WTA singles titles – Hobart in 2005, Estoril, Stockholm in 2006, and Auckland in 2012. She also won 15 doubles titles, eleven ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jolin_TsaiJolin Tsai - Wikipedia

    Jolin Tsai. Jolin Tsai ( Mandarin: [tsˈaɪ] ( listen); Chinese: 蔡依林; born September 15, 1980) is a Taiwanese singer, songwriter, and actress. Referred to as the "Queen of C-Pop", [1] she is considered one of the most influential figures in Chinese popular culture. [2] [3] [4] She is known for her continual reinvention and versatility in ...

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    Tsai was born in Malaysia, is of Chinese descent and spent his first 20 years in Kuching, Sarawak, after which he moved to Taipei, Taiwan. This, he said, had "a huge impact on [his] mind and psyche". "Even today", Tsai has said, "I feel I belong neither to Taiwan nor to Malaysia. In a sense, I can go anywhere I want and fit in, but I never feel tha...

    1992–1998

    Tsai's first feature film was Rebels of the Neon God (1992). A film about troubled youth in Taipei, it starred Lee as the character Hsiao-Kang. Lee went on to appear in all of Tsai's feature films through 2019. Tsai's second feature, Vive L'Amour (1994), is about three people who unknowingly share an apartment. The film is slow-paced, has little dialogue, and is about alienation; all of these became Tsai's trademarks. Vive L'Amour was critically acclaimed and won the Golden Horse Awardsfor be...

    1999–2009

    In Tsai's next film, What Time Is It There? (2001), a man and a woman meet in Taipei before the woman travels to Paris. This was Tsai's first film to star Chen Shiang-chyi, who starred in his next few films alongside Lee. Goodbye, Dragon Inn (2003) is about people inside an old cinema that is closing down. For this film, Tsai included even longer shots and fewer lines of dialogue than in previous films, a trend that continued in his later work. The Wayward Cloud (2005) is a sequel to What Tim...

    2010–present

    Tsai's next feature film was Stray Dogs (2013), about a homeless family. Tsai also directed several short films, including the "Walker" segment of Beautiful 2012 (2012) and Journey to the West(2014), which feature the same character: a monk played by Lee who travels by walking slowly.

    Feature films

    1. Rebels of the Neon God(1992) 2. Vive L'Amour(1994) 3. The River(1997) 4. The Hole(1998) 5. What Time Is It There?(2001) 6. Goodbye, Dragon Inn(2003) 7. The Wayward Cloud(2005) 8. I Don't Want to Sleep Alone(2006) 9. Face(2009) 10. Stray Dogs(2013) 11. Days(2020)

    Short and mid-length films

    1. Fish, Underground (or A Conversation with God) (2001) 2. The Skywalk Is Gone(2002) 3. Madame Butterfly (2008) – part of the Lucca Film Festival project "Twenty Puccini" 4. No Form(2012) 5. Diamond Sutra / Sleepwalk(2012) 6. Xing Zai Shui Shang(2013) 7. Journey to the West(2014) 8. Xiao Kang(2015) 9. No No Sleep(2015) 10. The Deserted(2017) 11. Light(2019) 12. Màn bù jīng xīn [Casually] [aka Wandering](2021)

    Segments

    1. Welcome to São Paulo(2004) – "Aquarium" 2. To Each His Own Cinema(2007) – "It's a Dream" 3. Beautiful 2012(2012) – "Walker" 4. Letters from the South(2013) – "Walking on Water" 5. Beautiful 2015(2015) – "No No Sleep"

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  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Joi_ChuaJoi Chua - Wikipedia

    Joi Chua. In this Chinese name, the family name is 蔡 (Chua). Photo shoot for EP, Perspectives, released in 2012. Joi Chua ( Chinese: 蔡淳佳; pinyin: Cài Chúnjiā, born 3 August 1978) is a Singaporean female pop singer. Her most famous songs are "Waiting for a Sunny Day" (《等一个晴天》), "Watching the Sunrise With Me ...

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › KiyoshiKiyoshi - Wikipedia

    Kiyoshi Ijichi (伊地知 潔, born 1977), Japanese drummer of Asian Kung-Fu Generation. Kiyoshi Ikenaga (池永 清, born 1966), a Shiatsu Master, Shiatsupractor (SPR), Kiyoshi Inoue (井上 清, 1913–2001), Japanese academic, historian and writer. Kiyoshi Itô (伊藤 清, 1915-2008), Japanese mathematician.

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