October 27, 2008
By computer-angel · Posted in Money, Articles

Times are bad, really bad economic times. Our dear Shu Qi has reportedly cut down her asking fees by 30%, as reported by Xinhua news. When asked if she was taking lead in doing such a bold move, she responded modestly that “‘I should do it, since I’m part of the movie industry.”.

Shu Qi, now 32, attended an event for Dom Perignon champagne last week here in Hong Kong. She looked elegant in a backless green Versace dress and Chaumet jewellery amounting to around $88,000. She was asked asked how she was personally affected by the current economic crisis — Shu Qi claimed that her investments almost went down nearly half in value but chucks in that she has no doubt that she will be able to recuperate from this situation.

Shu Qi’s next assignment is to do a voice-over for the new film of Chinese director Feng Xiaogang (The Banquet).

Watch Shu Qi at the Dom Perignon event here.


Shu Qi says “Why must I learn English, why can’t they learn Chinese?”

I just chanced upon this magazine cover image posted on a Chinese website. She was the cover of an English magazine and the interview was for the promotion of My Wife is a Gangster 3.

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June 10, 2007
By computer-angel · Posted in Articles, Reviews

I came across this article featured at Yesasia’s YumCha! a couple of weeks ago. While the article was noteworthy of being briefly sweet concise of Shu Qi’s film career, there are a few items that I totally disagree of.

First of all, the title (Shu Qi: My Wife Was a Porn Star) was obviously a sensationalized one and did not even embody the contents of the article. As an expectant reader you would initially assume that the article is an analysis of Shu Qi’s struggle and hardship from coming out as an unknown pretty body and face out of Taiwan into the murky waters of Hong Kong cinema. But this part only covered a quarter of the article content, and the article just stated the facts, and is not an in-depth analysis of how Shu Qi struggled from this rag-doll phase to superstardom.

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