Jiang Qinqin (Chinese: 蒋勤勤; pinyin: Jiǎng Qínqín, born 3 September 1975) is a Chinese actress. She is sometimes credited as Shui Ling (simplified Chinese: 水灵; traditional Chinese: 水靈), a stage name given to her by Taiwanese writer Chiung Yao while she was involved in the production of the television series Tears in Heaven.
Jiang started learning Beijing Opera at the age of 10 and entered the Beijing Film Academy in 1994 after attaining first place in the entrance examination. In the second year of Jiang's study at the Beijing Film Academy, she was cast by director Yang Jie in the title role of Xishi in the television series of the same name. She then starred in Tears in Heaven, an adaptation of a novel by Chiung Yao, and rose to fame in China. Following that, she played a number of notable roles, including Gu Manlu in Affair of Half a Lifetime (2003) and Mu Nianci in The Legend of the Condor Heroes (2003). Jiang's performance in the historical drama Qiao's Grand Courtyard won her both both Favorite TV Actress and the Audience's Favorite Actress Awards at the Golden Eagle TV Art Festival. Jiang has also starred in several films, notably My Sister’s Dictionary and Seven Nights, for which she was awarded at the Golden Phoenix Awards.