I'm not afraid of fail­ure as long as I’ve tried my best.

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In­ter­net users jok­ingly re­fer to Sun Yi as "Cutie Yi" be­cause she is a good na­tured and lively per­son who loves in­ter­act­ing with fans on­line. How­ever, she is very se­ri­ous about her work and does her best at ev­ery per­for­mance. As a re­sult, she not only gets sup­port from the cast and crew, but also from her huge fan base.

"I'm not afraid of fail­ure," Sun Yi says, "as long as I’ve tried my best."

Only three short years af­ter her de­but, Sun Yi won the 19th Shang­hai In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val Asian New Tal­ent Award for the best ac­tress in the movie Male Joy/fe­male Love (2016).

"The role of Jiang Sheng in the new TV se­ries gives me the same feel­ing." Sun Yi says that af­ter break­ing into the en­ter­tain­ment in­dus­try, she was alone in a big city, with no sup­port or re­sources close by. Though know­ing lit­tle about act­ing, she never gave up. "I kept telling my­self that one day the world will know who I am… My name is Sun Yi."



終於,出道才三年,孫怡憑籍著《歡‧愛》中的出色表現,一舉摘下第 19屆上海國際電影節亞洲新人獎最佳女演員的桂冠。

「新劇中姜生這個角色讓我感同身受,」 孫怡表示自己闖進演藝圈後,獨自在大城市裡打拼,既無人脈也無資源,又不會演戲,但她從無放棄,「我不斷告訴自己,終nd有一天我要讓所有人都知道我的名字,我叫孫怡。」

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