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TVB Anniversary Award For Best Actress
The TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actress
TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actress
in a Leading Role is one of the TVB Anniversary Awards presented annually by Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) to recognize an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in Hong Kong
Hong Kong
television dramas throughout the designated year. This award is usually reserved to be one of the last awards presented, and is one of the most premier and publicized awards of the ceremony. An actress who wins Best Actress is referred to as the TV Queen (視后). The leading contenders of the award, or those who reach the top 5 during nomination, are generally actresses currently considered as the fadans of TVB. Since its institution in 1997, the award has changed names several times
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TVB Anniversary Awards
The TVB
TVB
Anniversary Awards (Chinese: 萬千星輝頒獎典禮), officially known as the TV Awards Presentation of TVB, is an annual awards ceremony honoring TVB's programming achievements in Hong Kong television. Winners are awarded a copy of the golden TVB
TVB
anniversary statuette, which depicts a man and a woman holding up TVB's square logo. It is regarded as the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
equivalent of the Emmy Awards. The TVB
TVB
Anniversary Awards are only one of three (four, including Asian Television Awards) TVB
TVB
awards given out. The other two types of TVB
TVB
awards that are given out before the anniversary awards are: TVB Star Awards Malaysia
Malaysia
and StarHub TVB
TVB
Awards (Singapore)
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List Of TVB Series (2000)
This is a list of series released by or aired on TVB
TVB
Jade Channel in 2000.Contents1 First line series 2 Second line series 3 Third line series 4 Other series 5 External linksFirst line series[edit] These dramas aired in Hong Kong from 8:30 to 9:30 pm, Monday to Friday on TVB.Airing date English title (Chinese title) Number of episodes Main cast Theme song (T) Sub-theme song (ST) Genre Notes Official website3 Jan- 29 Jan Ups and Downs 無業樓民 21 Damian Lau, Christine Ng, Kwong Wah, Timmy Hung, Nicola Cheung T: "不可看少我" (Kwong Wah) Modern dramaOfficial website31 Jan- 18 Feb Aiming High 撻出愛火花 15 Nicholas Tse, Nicola Cheung, Yuen Wah, Fiona Leung, Hawick Lau T: "天空這麼大" (Nicholas Tse) Modern drama Overseas version 20 episodes Released overseas on September 28, 1998
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List Of TVB Series (1999)
This is a list of series released by or aired on TVB
TVB
Jade Channel in 1999.Contents1 First line series 2 Second line series 3 Third line series 4 Other series 5 External linksFirst line series[edit] These dramas aired in Hong Kong from 7:30 to 8:30 pm, Monday to Friday on TVB.Airing date English title (Chinese title) Number of episodes Main cast Theme song (T) Sub-theme song (ST) Genre Notes Official website18 Jan- 12 Mar The Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain 雪山飛狐 40 Sunny Chan, Charmaine Sheh, Joyce Tang, Marco Ngai, Felix Wong, Maggie Siu T: "愛你愛到不知痛" (Jacky Cheung) Costume drama Copyright notice on VH
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Burning Flame
Burning Flame
Burning Flame
(Chinese: 烈火雄心) is a TVB
TVB
modern action drama that focuses on the duties and challenges of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
firefighters. It is the first installment in the Burning Flame
Burning Flame
series. The series was specifically filmed to celebrate TVB's 31st Anniversary and was supported by Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Fire Services Department.Contents1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Awards and nominations3.1 1999 TVB
TVB
Anniversary Awards 3.2 1999 Asian Television Awards 3.3 1999 Next TV Awards 3.4 1998 TV Programme Appreciation Index Survey4 References 5 External linksSynopsis[edit] Lok Tin Yau (Wong Hei) has dreamed of becoming a firefighter since he was young, because he was saved by a brave firefighter once. His mother initially did not allow him to be a firefighter for fear of his safety
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Mariane Chan
Mariane Chan (Chinese: 陳妙瑛) (born 1 August 1972) is a Hong Kong actress. Television series[edit]Love is Beautiful (TVB, 2002) Lost in Love (大囍之家) (TVB, 2000) Witness to a Prosecution
Witness to a Prosecution
(TVB, 1999) Life for Life (命轉情真) (TVB, 1999) Road to Eternity (TVB, 1999) Ultra Protection
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Gigi Lai
Gigi Lai
Gigi Lai
(born 1 October 1971) is a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
actress and Cantopop singer. Lai was under a contract with the television station TVB
TVB
and she retired in October 2008. She is popularly nicknamed by the Hong Kong media as the "Goddess of Beauty" (愛美神).[1][2]Contents1 Biography 2 Filmography 3 Awards 4 References 5 External linksBiography[edit] Lai is the granddaughter of Lai Man-Wai, a key figure of the first generation of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
filmmakers. Her father was deaf and when her family went bankrupt, she entered the entertainment industry at the age of 14 to earn money to support her family[3] and her younger brother's education in England
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War And Beauty
War and Beauty
War and Beauty
(Chinese: 金枝慾孽) is a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
television period drama serial that originally aired on TVB
TVB
Jade from 23 August to 2 October 2004, consisting of 30 episodes. It currently ties with Drive of Life for the record of having the most TVB
TVB
Best Actress winners, including Sheren Tang (2009/2010), Maggie Cheung (2003), Charmaine Sheh (2006/2014), and Gigi Lai
Gigi Lai
(2004 - she won the award for her work in this drama)
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Charmaine Sheh
Charmaine Sheh Sze-man (born 28 May 1975) is a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
actress best known for acting in many television series produced by TVB
TVB
since 1998.Contents1 Career 2 Filmography2.1 Film 2.2 Television series 2.3 Variety show3 Discography 4 Awards 5 References 6 External linksCareer[edit] Charmaine graduated in 1994 from the International Hotel Management Institute Switzerland
Switzerland
in Lucerne, Switzerland, with a diploma in hotel management.[citation needed] On October 1997, she signed on with the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
television network TVB
TVB
after emerging as second runner-up in the 1997 Miss Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Pageant. The early stage of her career was often characterised by her coy, squeaky voice and criticisms of her acting skills
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Maidens' Vow
Maidens' Vow (Traditional Chinese: 鳳凰四重奏) is a TVB
TVB
drama series broadcast in August 2006.Contents1 Synopsis1.1 First generation 1.2 Second generation 1.3 Third generation 1.4 Fourth generation2 Cast2.1 First generation 2.2 Second generation 2.3 Third generation 2.4 Fourth generation3 Viewership ratings 4 Accolades 5 References 6 External linksSynopsis[edit] The drama centers around a restaurant that is owned by four generations of women. First generation[edit] 1880 - 1905: Ngai Yu-Fung (Charmaine Sheh), who was married to a good-for-nothing husband Wang Yuk-Lun (Sammul Chan). Lun gambled away their family's assets and cheated on his wife numerous times. Lun also was always suspicious about the relationship about Yu-Fung and Yu-chi, even though they were always telling the truth, but of course, the good-for-nothing never believed it
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Line Walker
Line Walker
Line Walker
(Chinese: 使徒行者; Jyutping: si3 tou4 hang4 ze2; Cantonese
Cantonese
Yale: si tòuh hàhng jé; literally "Apostle Walker") is a 2014 Hong Kong crime thriller drama produced by TVB, starring Michael Miu, Charmaine Sheh, Raymond Lam
Raymond Lam
as the main leads with Sharon Chan, Benz Hui, Elena Kong, Sammy Sum, Oscar Leung and Toby Leung
Toby Leung
in main supporting roles. Filming took place from January 2014 till May 2014. The drama began broadcasting on August 25 to October 3, 2014, on TVB
TVB
Jade channel during its 9:30-10:30 p.m
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Louise Lee
Louise Lee
Louise Lee
Si-kei (Chinese: 李司棋; born 26 September 1950, Tianjin) is a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
actress and former Chinese Canadian newscaster.Contents1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Filmography3.1 MediaCorp TV Channel 8 series 3.2 TVB
TVB
Series4 Awards and nominations4.1 TVB
TVB
Anniversary Awards 4.2 Others5 External linksBiography[edit] Louise was crowned in 1968 when she competed in the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Princess beauty pageant. Li left Hong Kong
Hong Kong
in the 1980s and briefly was a news anchor at Toronto's Chinavision Canada station
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Heart Of Greed
Heart of Greed
Heart of Greed
(Traditional Chinese: 溏心風暴) was a 2007 grand production drama by Hong Kong's TVB. The reception was excellent for the series, and subsequently led it to win many of the TVB
TVB
Anniversary Awards in 2007, including the 'Best Series' Award
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Carol Cheng
Best Actress 2000 War of Genders Most Popular Character 2000 War of Genders Best Host 2005 Justice for All 2016 Do Did Eat 2017 DoDo Goes Shopping sr 2 Outstanding Actress 2012 Best Variety Show or Special
Special
Programme 2015 DoDo Goes Shopping Carol Cheng (Traditional Chinese: 鄭裕玲; born 9 September 1957), commonly referred to by her nickname Do Do, is an award-winning Hong Kong film and television actress and a reputable host with decades of experience in Hong Kong entertainment industry. She has won numerous acting awards in both film and television genres, as well as hosting awards. In recent years, she retired from acting but is still involved in hosting.Contents1 Biography 2 Awards and nominations 3 Selected filmography 4 ReferencesBiography[edit] Cheng began her career after middle-school in 1975 working on a number of Television Broadcasts Limited
Television Broadcasts Limited
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Flora Chan
Flora Chan Wai-shan (born 30 May 1970 in Hong Kong), is an American actress active primarily in Hong Kong
Hong Kong
television and film. Along with Maggie Cheung Ho-yee, Kenix Kwok, Jessica Hsuan, and Ada Choi, she is known as one of the Top 5 "Fa Dans" (term used for actresses with high popularity) of TVB
TVB
from the mid-1990s to mid-2000s.Contents1 Biography 2 Filmography2.1 TV series 2.2 Film3 Discography 4 References 5 External linksBiography[edit] Chan was born in Hong Kong
Hong Kong
and emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts
at a young age. As a child, she had hoped to become a dancer, but because of an injury when she was a teenager, she was forced to abandon her dreams as a professional dancer
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War Of The Genders
War of the Genders is a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
television sitcom produced by TVB. It originally aired on TVB
TVB
Jade from 21 February to 7 July 2000, totalling 100 episodes. It revolves around the office workers employed at C.K.Law Firm, a fictional law firm located in Central, Hong Kong. The series received critical acclaim and explosive success during its run. It achieved an average viewership rating of 47 points and a peak of 50 points, the highest-ever rating achieved by a TVB
TVB
drama. This record was later broken by the 2005 Korean television drama Dae Jang Geum and the 2008 TVB
TVB
drama Moonlight Resonance, both which also peaked at 50.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters2.1 Main characters 2.2 Recurring characters 2.3 Minor characters3 External linksPlot[edit] The series revolved around a solicitor Frances Mo (Carol Cheng) and her paralegal advisor Yu Lok-tin (Dayo Wong)
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