Shu Qi at the premiere of Three Times in Taipei in 2005.
|Pinyin||Shū Qí (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||Syu1 Kei4 (Cantonese)|
|Birth name||Lin Li-hui (Chinese: 林立慧; pinyin: Lín Lìhuì)|
16 April 1976 |
Xindian District, New Taipei City, Taiwan
|Other name(s)||Hsu Chi, Shu Kei|
Lin Li-hui (born 16 April 1976), better known by her stage name Shu Qi, is a Taiwanese actress. She has also been credited as Hsu Chi and Shu Kei (Cantonese for "Shu Qi").
Early life and career 
Born in Xindian District, Taipei County (now New Taipei City), Shu Qi moved to Hong Kong at the age of 17. She began in the softcore pornography modelling industry, appearing on the cover of Penthouse for the February 1995 Hong Kong issue and the Chinese edition of Playboy. She eventually came under the management of Hong Kong film producer Manfred Wong, who signed her on to several softcore Hong Kong films such as Sex & Zen II (1996).
Film career 
Shu Qi starred in Derek Yee's 1996 film, Viva Erotica, which was about the erotic film industry in Hong Kong, together with Karen Mok and Leslie Cheung. She received the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance in Viva Erotica at the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards in 1997. Since then, she has appeared in mainstream Hong Kong films such as Gorgeous (1998), Stanley Kwan's The Island Tales (1999) and Hou Hsiao-Hsien's critically acclaimed Millennium Mambo (2000).
In 2002, Shu Qi appeared in the French action film The Transporter and Corey Yuen's So Close. In 2004, she played the lead character in the Hong Kong horror film The Eye 2. In 2005, she won the Best Actress Award at the 2005 Golden Horse Awards for her three roles in Hou Hsiao-Hsien's Three Times.
Shu Qi was a member of the jury of the Berlin International Film Festival in 2008. In the same year, she starred in a romantic comedy film, If You Are the One, directed by Feng Xiaogang. The film grossed over ¥364 million (US$53.7 million) at the Chinese box office. In 2009, she was a member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival.
Other work 
Shu Qi has been representing Frederique Constant in Asia as a brand ambassador since 2008. In 2009, she, along with Frederique Constant and Paint-a-Smile Foundation, transformed the murals on the walls of the cardiology department at the Beijing Children's Hospital.
Shu Qi has also been Emporio Armani's Asian ambassador since its Fall/Winter 2010 collection.
|1996||A Queer Story
|1996||Till Death Do Us Laugh
|1996||Sex & Zen II
|1997||My Dad Is a Jerk
|1997||Love Is Not a Game, But a Joke
|1997||Those Were the Days
|1997||Love: Amoeba Style
|1997||The Fruit is Swelling
|1998||The Blacksheep Affair
|1998||Portland Street Blues
|1998||Young and Dangerous: The Prequel
|1998||City of Glass
|1998||Love Generation Hong Kong
|1998||The Storm Riders
|Muse / Chor-chor|
|1998||Young and Dangerous 5
|1998||The Lucky Guy
|1999||When I Look Upon the Stars
|1999||The Island Tales
|1999||A Man Called Hero
|1999||My Loving Trouble 7
|Julia / 777|
|1999||Home in My Heart
|2000||Born to Be King
|2000||My Name is Nobody
|2000||For Bad Boys Only
|Shadow / Kwan Chin / Eleven|
|June / Wong Siu-kam|
|2001||Love Me, Love My Money
|2002||The Wesley's Mysterious File
|2002||Women From Mars
|Messenger of Hell|
|2002||Just One Look
|mysterious girl on balcony||cameo|
|2002||The Transporter||Lai Kwai|
|2003||Looking for Mr. Perfect
|2004||The Eye 2
|May / courtesan / Jing|
|2005||Home Sweet Home
|2006||Romance of Red Dust
|Hong Fu Nü||television series|
|2006||Confession of Pain
|2006||My Wife Is a Gangster 3||Lim Ar-young|
|2007||Forest of Death
|2008||If You Are the One
|Liang Xiaoxiao / Smiley|
|2008||Legends in the Tang Dynasty - Nei In Niang
|Nie Yinniang (voice)||animated film|
|2009||Look for a Star
|2009||New York, I Love You||Chinese herbalist|
|2010||City Under Siege
|2010||Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen
|Kiki / Fang Qing / Captain Yamaguchi Yumi|
|2010||If You Are the One 2
|Liang Xiaoxiao / Smiley|
|2010||Let the Wind Carry Me
|2011||A Beautiful Life
|The Young Woman|
|2012||The Second Woman
|Huibao / Huixiang|
|2012||Tai Chi 0
|2012||Tai Chi Hero
|2013||Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons
Other works 
Awards and nominations 
|1996||33rd Golden Horse Awards||Viva Erotica||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|1997||2nd Golden Bauhinia Awards||Viva Erotica||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|34th Golden Horse Award||Love Is Not a Game, But a Joke||Best Actress||Nominated|
|16th Hong Kong Film Awards||Viva Erotica||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|Best New Performer||Won|
|1998||35th Golden Horse Awards||Portland Street Blues||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|1999||18th Hong Kong Film Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|City of Glass||Best Actress||Nominated|
|The Storm Riders||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|2001||38th Golden Horse Awards||Millennium Mambo||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2005||42nd Golden Horse Awards||Three Times||Best Actress||Won|
|2010||30th Hundred Flowers Awards||If You Are the One||Best Actress||Nominated|
|29th Hong Kong Film Awards||Look for a Star||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2011||48th Golden Horse Awards||A Beautiful Life||Best Actress||Nominated|
|12th Ming Pao Anniversary Awards||Outstanding Actress in Film||Won|
|2012||31st Hong Kong Film Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
See also 
- "Watchmaker Frederique Constant teams up with movie star Shu Qi in a children's charity initiative". Retrieved December 13, 2009.
- "Shu Qi To Front Paint A Smile Campaign". Retrieved December 13, 2009.
- Soundwalk. Accessed Sept. 17, 2009.
- Louis Vuitton Soundwalk. Accessed Sept. 20, 2009.
- "Shu Qi". imdb.com. Retrieved April 8, 2010.
- "Shu Qi". chinesemov.com. Retrieved April 8, 2010.
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