If you can be in­flu­en­tial on the In­ter­net, you should make good use of it.”

China Daily (Canada) - - FRONT PAGE -

Her Weibo fol­low­ing was 10 mil­lion in July 2011 — even more than the fans of United States Pres­i­dent Barack Obama on Twit­ter then — but there is no hint of boast­ing from her.

“Many for­eign­ers say they are sur­prised to see I have so many fans. I just ex­plain to them thatChina has a huge pop­u­la­tion. A big base pro­vides that pos­si­bil­ity.”

Yao shot to fame through the 2006 Chi­nese TV se­riesMy Swords­man, and she re­gards this year as the busiest in her ca­reer as she plays dif­fer­ent roles in four big­bud­get films, which are the live-ac­tion an­i­ma­tion Mon­ster Hunt, fan­tasy thriller Ghost Blows Out: The Nine-Story De­mon Tower, A Chi­nese OdysseyPart 3 and All­Good Things.

Zhang Wenbo, CEO of Brave En­ter­tain­ment in Bei­jing, the com­pany mar­ket­ingMon­ster and Ghost,

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