China has a population of around 1.4 billion people. That number is from the country alone. There is also a significant Chinese presence in practically all the major countries around the world. People in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore also consider themselves as Chinese, and so do a fifth of all Malaysians.
With so many Chinese in the world, you can just imagine how hard it is to choose the loveliest among the lot. With their porcelain skins, lithe frames and demure smiles, it is easy to see why China has some of the prettiest ladies in the planet. Here now is a list of the top 10 most beautiful women in China.
10. Zhao Wei
Zhao Wei is also known as Wei Wei, Xiao Wei or Vicki Zhao. She first appeared in the movie called “La Peintre” and “East Palace, West Palace.” She then appeared in the television series called “Big Magic Room” and “Sisters in Beijing.” She was also in the two “Painted Skin” movies, “Mulan,” “The Founding of a Republic” and “Love.” The Golden Eagle Television Awards gave her the Best Actress trophy for her performance in “Princess Returning Pearl” in 1999.
9. Tang Wei
Tang Wei first broke into the scene when she made it into the final round of the Miss Universe beauty pageant in 2004. She studied in the Central Academy of Drama where she majored in Film Direction. She entered show business and first appeared in the television series called “Silent Tears.” She was then featured in the movies called “The Case” and “Lust, Caution.” She was given the Best New Artist award in the 44th Golden Horse Awards and the Female Asian Star of the Year in the 13th CineAsia Awards.
8. Hsu Chi
Hsu Chi is also known as Shu Qi and Shu Kei. Born as Lin Li Hui in Taipei, she first appeared in movies like “Street Angels,” “Viva Erotica,” “Sex & Zen II,” “Iron Sister,” “Till Death Do Us Laugh” and “Growing Up.” She was also in television shows like “Feel 100%,” “The Duke of Mount Deer” and “Hong Fu Nu.” She most recently appeared in the movie called “Love.”
7. Chen Shu
Chen Shu is a product of the Beijing Dance Academy and the Central Academy of Drama. She first appeared in the movie entitled “Sheng Zhen Chang Kong” in 2002. She has since appeared in several television shows, including “Wu Kui Cang Sheng,” “Shanghai Bund,” “A Poem for the Oak,” “Love in a Fallen City” and “Zheng Zhe Wu Di.”
6. Yang Mi
Yang Mi began her acting career when she was only four years old when she appeared in the television series called “Wu Zhuang Yuan Fen Gai Er” and “Tang Ming Huang.” She then appeared in the movie called “King of Beggars” in 1992. She had a busy 2012, appearing in movies like “All’s Well, Ends Well,” “Painted Skin 2,” “Love in a Buff,” “Perfect Two” and “Great Wudang.” She was also in the television shows “Beijing Love Story,” “Gong 2,” “Ru Yi” and “Hu Fu Chuan Qi.” She also sang the theme songs for “Beijing Love Story” and “Ru Yi.”
5. Cecilia Cheung
Cecilia Cheung was born in Hong Kong and is also known as Zhang Bo Zhi. She is 25 percent Caucasian, as her mother has half-British blood. Cheung has appeared in movies like “The King of Comedy,” “Cat and Mouse,” “Running on Karma,” “The 601st Phone Call” and “The Promise.” She was also in the 2007 television series called “Zhou Xuan.”
4. Li Bing Bing
Li Bing Bing, or Lee Bing Bing, studied at the Shanghai Theatre Academy. She first appeared in the movie called “Spirit of Cops” and the television shows entitled “Yi Lu Deng Hou,” “Wu Hui Zhui Zong” and “Zhan Guo Chuan Qi.” She was also part of films like “The Forbidden Kingdom,” “The Message,” “Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame,” “Triple Tap” and “Snow Flower and the Secret Fan.”
3. Liu Yi Fei
Also known as Crystal Liu, Liu Yi Fei was actually born as An Feng on August 25, 1987. She spent the first part of her teen years in the United States, living in New York from 1998 to 2002. She then moved back to China where she was first seen in the television series called “The Story of a Noble Family” and “Tian Long Ba Bu.” She was then featured in the movies “Love of May” and “I Love How You Love Me.” She has also been part of “The Four” series of movies.
2. Fan Bing Bing
Fan Bing Bing studied at the Shanghai Xie Jin Heng Tong Star School and the Shanghai Theatre Academy. She first appeared in the television series “Princess Returning Pearl” and its sequel, “Legend of Dagger Li,” “Da Mo Zu Shi” and “Young Justice Bao II.” She was also featured in movies like “The Lion Roars,” “Reunion,” “Love at First Sight,” “Cell Phone” and “Underwater Cop.” In 2007, she was part of the movie called “The Matrimony” that won for her a Best Actress recognition from the 44th Golden Horse Awards. She also sang the theme songs for “A Beautiful New World,” “Da Tang Fu Rong Yuan” and “Rouge Snow.” She was also the producer of “Rouge Snow.” She runs her own company called FBB Studios.
1. Zhang Ziyi
Zhang Ziyi first appeared in the 1996 movie called “Touching Starlight,” but it was her role in “The Road Home” three years later that people started to notice her. She rose to prominence around the world after her groundbreaking performance in “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” in 2000. She then followed it up with movies like “Rush Hour 2,” “House of Flying Daggers” and “Memoirs of a Geisha.” The BAFTA has nominated her three times for her performances. Ziyi is also a sought-after endorser for brands such as Garnier, Maybelline, Omega and Shangri-la Hotel. She is also the global ambassador for the Special Olympics.
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