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Sally Yip
Sally Yeh
Sally Yeh
(born 30 September 1961), sometimes credited as Sally Yip or Yip Sin-Man, is a Taiwanese-Canadian Cantopop
Cantopop
singer and actress.Contents1 Overview1.1 Language Abilities2 Discography 3 Filmography 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksOverview[edit] Yeh is a Canadian citizen. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, she immigrated to Canada
Canada
at 4 with her family and grew up in Victoria, British Columbia. Yeh's singing career started in the early 1980s, shortly after her acting career started as she sang songs specifically written for the movie soundtrack. She has released a total of thirty studio albums, plus compilations and live recordings
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Traditional Chinese Characters
Traditional Chinese characters
Chinese characters
(traditional Chinese: 正體字/繁體字; simplified Chinese: 正体字/繁体字; Pinyin: Zhèngtǐzì/Fántǐzì) are Chinese characters
Chinese characters
in any character set that does not contain newly created characters or character substitutions performed after 1946. They are most commonly the characters in the standardized character sets of Taiwan, of Hong Kong and Macau
Macau
or in the Kangxi Dictionary
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The Killer (1989 Film)
The Killer (simplified Chinese: 喋血双雄; traditional Chinese: 喋血雙雄; Jyutping: dip6 hyut3 soeng1 hung4; pinyin: Diéxuè shuāngxióng[3])† is a 1989 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
action film written and directed by John Woo, and starring Chow Yun-fat, Danny Lee and Sally Yeh. Chow plays the assassin Ah Jong, who accidentally damages the eyes of the singer Jennie (Sally Yeh) during a shootout. He later discovers that if Jennie does not undergo an expensive operation she will go blind. To get the money for Jennie, Ah Jong decides to perform one last hit. After the financial backing from Tsui Hark
Tsui Hark
became problematic following the release of Woo's film A Better Tomorrow
A Better Tomorrow
2, Woo had to find backing through Chow Yun Fat's and Danny Lee's financing companies. Woo went into filming The Killer with a rough draft whose plot was influenced by the films Le Samouraï, Mean Streets, and Narazumono
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7th Hong Kong Film Awards
The 7th Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Awards ceremony, honored the best films of 1987 and took place on 10 April 1988 at Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Academy for Performing Arts, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The ceremony was hosted by Lydia Shum
Lydia Shum
and Paul Chung, during the ceremony awards are presented in 14 categories
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RTHK
June 1928 (radio) 1954 (gained independence from Government Information Services) 1976 (television) 2000 (online)[1] 12 January 2014 (Digital Television Network) 2 April 2016 (Launching Analog Television Network)Former namesGOW (1928–1929) ZBW (1929–1948) Radio Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(1948–1976)Official websitehttp://www.rthk.hkRTHKBroadcasting House, the former headquarters of the RTHKTraditional Chinese 香港電台Simplified Chinese 香港电台TranscriptionsStandard MandarinHanyu Pinyin Xiānggǎng DiàntáiYue: CantoneseYale Romanization Hēung góng dihn tòihIPA [hɛ́ːuŋ kɔ̌ːŋ tìːn tʰɔ̏ːi]Jyutping Hoeng1 gong2 din6 toi4Radio Television Hong Kong
Hong Kong
(RTHK; Chinese: 香港電台) is the public broadcasting service of Hong Kong
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Sally Yeh Discography
This is the discography of Cantopop artist Sally Yeh.Contents1 1980 2 1981 3 1982 4 1983 5 1984 6 1985 7 1986 8 1987 9 1989 10 1990 11 1991 12 1992 13 1993 14 1994 15 1995 16 1996 17 1997 18 1998 19 2002 20 20031980[edit]1. 春天的浮雕 Embossing Spring春天的浮雕 Embossing Spring (in English) 星 Stars 山之旅 Mountain Tribe The Olive Tree (in English) Bright Bright Bright (in English) 一根火柴 A Piece of Firewood 寄語 Sending a Message 玫瑰花園 Rose Garden (Instrumental) 一根火柴 A Piece of Firewood (Instrumental)1981[edit]2. 愛的詩篇 Love Poem跟我來 Follow Me 失去夢的少女 The Girl Who Lost Her Dream 有人告訴我 Someone Told Me 飛行翼 Flying Wings 燈下的回憶 Memories Under the Light Don't Cry For Me Argentina (in English) 我願 I Am Willing 愛的詩篇 Love Poem 琴韻星空 A Piece of Firewood (Instrumental) 快樂時光 A Time of Happiness Fame (in English)1982[edit]3
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Shanghai Blues
Shanghai Blues (Chinese:上海之夜) is a Hong Kong film
Hong Kong film
directed by Tsui Hark, which had its premiere on September 1984. Kenny Bee, Sylvia Chang and Sally Yeh
Sally Yeh
starred in this film. The music is composed by Wong Jim. The film has been selected as one of the Top 10 Chinese films of 1984 at Hong Kong International Film Festival.[1] Plot[edit] Dung Gwok-man and Aak-suk are both clowns of a night club, after the breaking out of the Second Sino-Japanese War, Gwok-man is inspired by patriotism thought, and prepared for joining the army. The Japanese battleplanes are bombing Shanghai, Gwok-man meet with a young girl named Aak-syu and they agree that they would meet at Suzhou Bridge after the war. Ten years pass, and Gwok-man returns to Shanghai to look for Aak-syu, but only meets several vagrant veterans. At this time Aak-syu has become a dance hostess at Bat-je-sing Dancery
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The Protector (1985 Film)
The Protector (Chinese: 威龍猛探) is a 1985 Hong Kong-American action film directed by James Glickenhaus and starring Jackie Chan, Danny Aiello
Danny Aiello
and Roy Chiao. It was Chan's second attempt at breaking into the American film market, after 1980 film The Big Brawl, a film which had been a disappointment at the box office. Conflicts between Glickenhaus and Chan during production led to two official versions of the film: Glickenhaus' original version for American audiences and a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
version re-edited by Jackie Chan
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Aces Go Places 4
Aces Go Places IV, also known in the United States as Mad Mission 4: You Never Die Twice, is a 1986 Hong Kong action-comedy film directed by Ringo Lam, and starring Samuel Hui, Karl Maka, Sylvia Chang and Sally Yeh.Contents1 Cast 2 References 3 See also 4 External linksCast[edit]Samuel Hui as King Kong Karl Maka as Albert Au Sylvia Chang as Supt
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Peking Opera Blues
Peking Opera
Peking Opera
Blues (traditional Chinese: 刀馬旦; simplified Chinese: 刀马旦; pinyin: Dāo Mǎ Dàn; Jyutping: Dou1 Mah5 Daan2; Cantonese Yale: Dòu Máah Dáan) is a 1986 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
film directed by Tsui Hark. The movie combines comedy, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
action, and serious drama with scenes involving Peking Opera. Director Tsui Hark
Tsui Hark
described the film as a satire on the "Chinese ignorance of democracy."[1] The film was nominated for six awards at the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Film Awards including Best Actress.Contents1 Synopsis 2 Title 3 Cast and roles 4 Responses 5 Awards 6 Notes 7 External linksSynopsis[edit] The film is set in 1913 Beijing, during Yuan Shikai's presidency of the country
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The Laser Man (1988 Film)
The Laser Man is a 1988 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
film in the style of a crime drama parody. External links[edit] The Laser Man on IMDbv t eFilms directed by Tsui HarkFilms
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Diary Of A Big Man (1988)
Diary of a Big Man is a 1988 Hong Kong romantic comedy film directed by veteran producer and actor Chor Yuen, produced by Tsui Hark and starring Chow Yun-fat in the lead role. The film co-stars Sally Yeh, Joey Wong, Waise Lee, Carrie Ng and Kent Cheng as the police inspector.Contents1 Plot 2 Trivia 3 Cast 4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] The film begins with a comedic narration done by the leading man whom, in a brief introduction calls himself Chow Ting-fat (Chow Yun-fat). He dreamed of becoming wealthy and successful, which also includes marrying beautiful ladies at once. The scene roles to the part where Chow inevitably shields himself from heavy rainfall due to the broken down of his car. There, he met two beautiful women named Joey (Joey Wong), a boutique owner and Sally (Sally Yeh), an air-hostess whom he later marries (with Joey in America and Sally in Paris) who does not know about Chow's two timing marriage
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I Love Maria
I Love Maria is a 1988 Hong Kong science fiction film directed by David Chung and starring the film's producers Tsui Hark and John Shum, alongside Sally Yeh, Tony Leung and Lam Ching-ying.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Reception3.1 Critical 3.2 Box office4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] On one evening, Hong Kong's largest gang, the Hero Gang, uses an armed robot named Pioneer I to rob a bank and the police was unable to stop it. Maria (Sally Yeh) is a loyal member to the Hero Gang and its leader (Ben Lam) and did not hesitate to kill the mechanical maintenance staff who tried to escape. Master (Lam Ching-ying), an elder member of the gang was dissatisfied with Maria's style of cold-blooded killing. Maria later discovers that the leader is obsessed with robots and he created a female armed robot named Pioneer II, which was modeled after Maria's face
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The Banquet (1991 Film)
A banquet (/ˈbæŋk.wɪt/; French: [bɑ̃.kɛ]) is a large meal or feast,[1] complete with main courses and desserts, often served with ad libitum alcoholic beverages[citation needed], such as wine or beer. A banquet usually serves a purpose such as a charitable gathering, a ceremony, or a celebration, and is often preceded or followed by speeches in honor of someone. In the majority of banquets, the gathering is seated at round tables with around 8-10 people per table.Contents1 Historic context 2 Contemporary times 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistoric context[edit] Overall, there is an archaeological debate of when feasting began. Archaeologist Brian Hayden argues that feasts were an important event because the surplus of food that resulted in feasts turned into social and political ties and a competition in order to display one's own wealth. During these feasts, luxury foods were offered to their guest[2]
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Tsui Hark
Tsui Hark
Tsui Hark
(Chinese: 徐克, Vietnamese: Từ Khắc, born 15 February 1950), born Tsui Man-kong, is a Vietnam-born Chinese film director, producer and screenwriter. Tsui has produced & also directed several influential Hong Kong
Hong Kong
films such as A Better Tomorrow; A Chinese Ghost Story; The Killer; The Wicked City; Once Upon a Time in China; and most recently, blockbusters such as Detective Dee
Detective Dee
and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame, Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
and Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon
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Love Under The Sun
Love Under the Sun (愛在陽光下) is a 2003 Hong Kong musical short film directed by Andy Lau. It depicts an evening ball in which a rumor spreads among the guests that one among them has contracted AIDS. The film was meant to raise awareness about AIDS
AIDS
and dispel common misconceptions regarding its contagiousness. It features an all-star cast of Hong Kong cinema
Hong Kong cinema
actors and Cantopop
Cantopop
singers
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