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Cecilia Yip She began her acting career in 1982 with "Nomad" for which she was nominated for the Best New Performer Award. She won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress in 1984. Yip has starred in 45 feature-length films, receiving various nominations and awards. In addition to film, Yip has expanded her acting to television and was nominated in the 30th Taiwan Golden Bell Best Actress Award for her performance in the 1993 television series "The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber". She also played the lead role in four stage plays. She is a long-time friend of Chrome Hearts founder Richard Stark.
Cecilia Yip Cecilia Yip Tung (; born 8 March 1963) is a Hong Kong actress whose work is known throughout Asia, especially in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Last Song in Paris Last Song in Paris is a 1986 Hong Kong romance film written and directed by Chor Yuen and starring Leslie Cheung, Anita Mui, Joey Wong and Cecilia Yip
Coolie Killer Coolie Killer is a 1982 Hong Kong action film directed by Terry Tong and starring Charlie Chin, Elliot Ngok, Lisa Chiao Chiao and Cecilia Yip.
The Rose (TV series) Zheng Bai He (Ella Chen), after being dumped by her boyfriend because she is ugly and fat and having her grandmother die on the same day (talk about fate), finds that her mother did not die. Furthermore, her mother is the famous actress Han Li (Cecilia Yip). She finds herself in the Han family, yet, the truth about her birth has not been revealed.
The Family Link Mung Ka-Ka (Sheren Tang), Cho Mei-Ngoh (Kiki Sheung), and Hilary Ding Mui-Hong (Cecilia Yip) are good friends and they are experts on how to raise a family. They teach Ko Wing-Kuen (David Chiang) how to raise his daughter and show him that it takes more than words to care for a child.
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress The actresses with most awards in this category are Anita Mui, Deannie Ip, Elaine Kam, Fung Bo-Bo and Shu Qi with 2 awards each. There are four actresses who have been awarded in both the categories for leading and supporting roles, Anita Mui, Cecilia Yip, Zhou Xun and Deannie Ip.
Growing Through Life Albert's wife Cheng Ming Chu (Liza) (Cecilia Yip) and daughter Hoi Mei Si (Macy) (Toby Leung) intercede the acquisition plans as they value the importance of family since the business belongs to the family and that Hanson would like to maintain Sing Moon Tin. Through persuasion Liza and Macy convinces Albert to put the acquisition on hold.
The Chevaliers The Chevaliers is a 1994 Taiwanese television drama series produced by Young Pei-pei, first aired on Taiwan Television. Produced in conjunction with Hong Kong's TVB, it's believed to be the Taiwanese drama starring the most number of Hong Kong stars, like Damian Lau, Alex Man, Cecilia Yip, Maggie Shiu, Margie Tseng, Lau Dan, Eddie Kwan, and Lawrence Ng.
Hong Kong 1941 Hong Kong 1941 () is a 1984 Hong Kong war drama film, directed by Po-Chih Leong and written by Sammo Hung, and starring Chow Yun-fat, Cecilia Yip and Alex Man. For his performance in this film, Chow was awarded his first Golden Horse Award for Best Actor.