Sabrina Qiu, Chinese actress who is Wong Jing’s latest muse, on her most memorable role, her part in upcoming Louis Cha adaptation, and fleshing out parts

//Sabrina Qiu, Chinese actress who is Wong Jing’s latest muse, on her most memorable role, her part in upcoming Louis Cha adaptation, and fleshing out parts

Sabrina Qiu, Chinese actress who is Wong Jing’s latest muse, on her most memorable role, her part in upcoming Louis Cha adaptation, and fleshing out parts

When veteran Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Jing brought the young actress Sabrina Qiu onto the popular Chinese talk show Roast in 2018, some audience members thought she might be the daughter of Chingmy Yau Suk-ching, a movie star who was scouted and nurtured to become a sex symbol by Wong in the 1990s.That was understandable – the actresses share the same surname in Chinese, and on Roast Qiu re-enacted a classic scene from Wong’s film God of Gamblers’ Returns (1994) in which Yau, dressed in a red…

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