Fu­neral for Tai­wanese ac­tor Shone An is held in Tainan

The China Post - - LOCAL -

A fu­neral cer­e­mony for Tai­wanese ac­tor Shone An, who died June 1 of liver can­cer, took place in Tainan Mon­day.

Rel­a­tives and many celebrity friends of An gath­ered at the Tainan City Mor­tu­ary Ser­vices Of­fice to pay their last re­spects.

“He had such a se­ri­ous ill­ness but never told us,” said vis­i­bly dis­tressed TV talk show host­ess Dee Hsu, or Xiao S.

TV host Kang Kang said An’s death is a re­minder for peo­ple to take good care of their health.

“It’s a pity to die at such a young age. Living is not only for your­self, but also for peo­ple you love and those who love you,” he said.

An, whose real name was Huang Yi-cheng, died at the age of 31 at his home in Tainan.

An was a mem­ber of boy band Comic Boyz, which dis­banded in 2005. He also ap­peared in films and TV dra­mas such as “Case Sen­si­tive” and “The Em­peror’s Harem.”

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