Bondy Chiu

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Bondy Chiu
Chinese name 趙學而 (traditional)
Chinese name 赵学而 (simplified)
Birth name Chiu Wai-yin (趙慧燕)
Born (1972-03-31) 31 March 1972 (age 45)
Hong Kong
Other name(s) A Lo
Spouse(s) Alan So (2011 - present)
Ancestry Xinhui, Guangdong

Bondy Chiu Hok-yee (Chinese: 趙學而; born 31 March 1972 in Hong Kong) is an actress and singer[1] in Hong Kong. She is best known for her role as Lam Yuk-lo in the long-running TVB series Virtues of Harmony.

On 10 December 2008, her new album titled Ting (Chinese word means listen) was released after a long break from the music industry.


  • Rebel For Love Song (1994)
  • Every Two Seconds (1995)
  • Love More Being More Afraid.... (1996)
  • Finding a Person (1997)
  • I Said I Will Make You Happy (1998)
  • Inside (1999)
  • Slower Is Better (2000)
  • Be Right Back - Best Selection (CD+DVD) (2005)
  • Slower Is Better (Reissue Version) (2007)
  • Listen (2008)
  • Listen & Listen (2009)
  • Trinity (2011)
  • Chanteur (2012)


Television series[edit]

Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
1990 When the Sun Shines 同居三人組 Annie
1995 The Criminal Investigator O記實錄 Bonnie Wong
1996 The Criminal Investigator II O記實錄II Bonnie Wong
1997 Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils 天龍八部 Muk Yuen-ching
1998 Dragon Hall 龍堂 Kit
2001 On the Track or Off 勇往直前 Luk Wing-tung
2001–02 Virtues of Harmony 皆大歡喜 Lam Yuk-lo
2003–05 Virtues of Harmony II 皆大歡喜 Lam Yuk-lo
2010 Mei Tsai is Greater Than His Master 妹仔大過主人婆 Ah Hei
2012 Mei Tsai is Greater Than His Master 2 妹仔大過主人婆2 Ah Hei
2015 Second Life 第二人生 Joyce Chu
2016 Margaret and David: Green Beans 瑪嘉烈與大衛系列_綠豆 Guest star
2016 3 X 1 三一如三 Guest star


Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
1997 97' Lan Kwai Fong 蘭桂坊七公主
1998 You Light Up My Life 想見妳
Rumble Ages 烈火青春


  1. ^ "Bondy Chiu Underwent Fibroid Surgery on New Year’s Eve". 2015-01-06. Retrieved 2015-03-03. 

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