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China Daily (Hong Kong) - - LIFE -

It’s hard to con­cen­trate work­ing op­po­site her. She is dis­tract­ingly strik­ing.

Hong Kong ac­tor. His rev­e­la­tion is echoed by sev­eral male ac­tors who had worked with her, in­clud­ing su­per­star Andy Lau. Her beauty has eclipsed the fact that she is hard­work­ing.

Hong Kong film di­rec­tor She is an A-list star and yet she is hum­ble on the set, noth­ing like the bad press she un­fairly re­ceived.

film­maker who di­rected her in 2009’s Wheat Fan Bing­bing is ca­pa­ble of cre­at­ing dra­matic ten­sion on the screen. She has a great pres­ence.

film­maker who has di­rected her in three fea­tures There are a few stars in China who are to­tally de­mo­nized. One is Fan Bing­bing and the other is Zhang Ziyi.

a celebrity in­ter­viewer and en­ter­tain­ment show host It is easy for an ac­tress to pos­sess ei­ther good looks or tal­ent, but few have both. Fan Bing­bing is one of the ex­cep­tions.

film di­rec­tor She is not as flam­boy­ant as she is made out to be. She is very se­ri­ous with her work and is will­ing to suf­fer for her art. And she has the fine qual­i­ties such as per­se­ver­ance and op­ti­mism that we tend to as­so­ciate with an older gen­er­a­tion.

ac­tor Fan’s own life story is enough to be made into a movie.

movie di­rec­tor

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