Sarah Song

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Sarah Song
Chinese name 宋熙年
Pinyin Sòng Xīnían (Mandarin)
Jyutping Sung6 Hei1 Nin4 (Cantonese)
Born (1985-08-09) 9 August 1985 (age 30)
Guangzhou, China
Occupation Actress, Host
Years active 2007 - present

Sarah Song (Chinese: 宋熙年) (born 1985 in Guangzhou, Guangdong with family roots in Heshan, Guangdong) is a Hong Kong actress beauty queen who won the Miss Chinese International 2007. She hails from the city of Sydney, Australia. She speaks three languages, Cantonese, Mandarin, and English but understands French.

2014 August 10, the 29-year-old beauty queen has posted a photo of herself and Jason Chan Chi-san. The two were on a dinner together as a celebration of Sarah Song's 29th birthday. In the photo, the sweet couple was smiling happily as the former Miss China International contestant wraps her hand across the actor's shoulders. Sarah Song captioned her photo, saying, "Thank you for another birthday. More wonderful birthdays ahead...but hopefully not wrinkles."

This post was then regarded by the public as her confirmation that she is in fact in a relationship with Jason Chan.

Pageant career[edit]

Sarah competed at the Miss Sydney Chinese 2006 beauty pageant, where she won. She competed as #1 and was 21 years old. Standing at 5'3.75", Sarah Song was a darkhorse in both Miss Chinese Sydney and Miss Chinese International. On January 3, 2007, she arrived at Hong Kong for the Miss Chinese International 2007 pageant. On the night of the finals, January 20, 2007, Sarah was in Foshan for the finals. She won the crown and also received the Miss Chinese Culture (Miss Chinese Ambassador) award. Her victory by many were considered to be because of her good interview skills during the finals. She and the other top 10 delegates were asked to explain Chinese slang sayings. She explained them all quite well as she spoke Cantonese.


Sarah attended the all-girls high school, Pymble Ladies' College and graduated in 2003. After the completion of her High School Certificate she attended the University of New South Wales for a Bachelor of Commerce (Services Marketing - Tourism and Hospitality) which was discontinued when she joined TVB.


Sarah received her prizes later in Guangzhou and returned to Sydney afterwards. Sarah joined TVB and flew to Hong Kong in April 2007.


Sarah is now working in TVB in Hong Kong as a well recognised host on a prime time television. She is the main host a current affairs and entertainment news program called Scoop 東張西望, as well as an English Lifestyle program called Dolce Vita on TVB Pearl-the largest english network in Hong Kong. She occasionally takes on roles in drama series, but her main area of performance is hosting as she is trilingual (Fluent in English, Cantonese , Mandarin). She is also a popular Master of Ceremony for many internationally renowned brand names in Hong Kong.


Year Title Role Notes
2008 When a Dog Loves a Cat Cathy
2010 Twilight Investigation Ling
2010-2011 Links to Temptation Cherry Dai Mei-yan
2011 Dropping By Cloud Nine Katy TVB Mini Series
Curse of the Royal Harem Empress Xiaoshurui (孝淑睿皇后)
2012 Daddy Good Deeds Xiu Mui
Divas in Distress Sheung Ying-hung (Youth) Cameo appearance
2013 Brother's Keeper Judy Cameo appearance

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Preceded by
Ina Lu 呂怡慧
Miss Chinese International
Succeeded by
Océane Zhu