Bai Ling by Ellen von Unwerth

Bai- Ling is a Chinese-born American actress known for her work in films such as The Crow and Red Corner. Bai Ling has worked with prestigious filmmakers such as ‘Oliver Stone’ in Nixon (1995), ‘George Lucas’ in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005).
Bai-Ling by Ellen von Unwerth.
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Li Gong, looking like a queen for l’Officiel, China, 2012

Actress Gong Li, star of “2046” and “Raise The Red Lantern” is the cover girl of the 32nd anniversary issue of the Chinese edition of “L’Officiel”. A serene old theater in southern Beijing served as the backdrop for the shoot; the photos depict Gong dressed like a queen, echoing her status as one of the best-known Chinese actresses.
Issue of August 2012, Chinese edition. Photographer: Feng Hai (冯海)

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Maggie Cheung, by Nick Knight, for Vogue China (2009)

Maggie Cheung Man yuk (born 20 September 1964) is a Chinese actress from Hong Kong. Maggie frequently cited her performance in the movie As Tears Go By (1988), her first of many collaborations with film director Wong Kar-wai, as the piece that truly began her serious acting career. She also starred in In The Mood For Love (2000) and 2046 (2004) among other films. Here she is, photographed by British fashion photographer Nick Knight, for Vogue China, September 2009.

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