“The Champion” – Bikini Scene
If you have not read Part 1 yet, we did an article on the actresses. You can read it here.
Here’s the lowdown on the hunky actors for the ladies.
China born Qi Yuwu has been a staple in both local tv dramas and Chinese films, appearing in hits such as “The Little Nyonya“, “C.L.I.F.“, and “The Dream Makers“.
His more notable films include “881“, “Painted Skin” ( alongside Donnie Yen, Zhao Wei ) and “14 Blades“.
In 2016, he was awarded the “All-Time Favourite Artiste” category for having accumulated 10 “Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes” awards.
He is also a 2-time Best Actor winner in 2011 and 2016.
After marrying 1/7 of the Mediacorp Princesses, Joanne Peh in 2014, the couple has given birth to 2 children.
He will be slated to appear in “Mind Matters” with Jessica Liu in 2018.
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A month flew by just like that 🌕！I cannot remember it being so quick with my first born! Maybe because things were relatively smoother this time round with the help of a very experienced confinement nanny who could handle baby very well, a post natal masseuse who gave me my first lactation massage to get my milk flowing (at least we know baby isn't frustrated because he isn't drinking enough) and a husband who knows so much about cooking and eating right. 💑 • Smoother doesn't mean easier though and the reality of having two kids under two isn't an Instagram-worthy bed of roses. But I'm holding out the fatigue and the frustration (especially when #qididi is crying and #babyqi is testing her boundaries at the same time) because I'm convinced it will get easier when they are older. The more the merrier. 👨👩👧👦 #happyfullmonth @qiyuwu
Here he is with Toro 郭葦昀, Taiwanese singer/actor from the 2000’s band “Energy” who also acted in the TV series.
Unfortunately, Toro has withdrawn from acting full time, concentrating instead on his music writing and production.
Throughout the years, he has written songs for Edison Chen and 5566.
In 2016, he set up a movie company and has gradually returned to acting.
This is how he looks like today:
Yen Hsing-su/Johnny Yen is a jack of many trades.
He started off as a basketball player, being part of the Chinese Taipei national basketball team from 1997 – 2003.
After his knee injuries halted his playing career for a number of years, he turned to acting, most notably, “My MVP Valentine” (2002), “The Champion” (2004) and “The Prince Who Turns into a Frog” (2005).
He returned to basketball, plying his trade in both China and Taiwan before retiring in 2010.
Following which, he was an assistant coach at Brigham Young University in Hawaii, sports commentator at FOX Sports (Taiwan) and currently the head coach of the Fubon Braves in Taiwan’s Super Basketball League.
Feast your eyes on this, ladies.
Probably the most buff of them all, Julian Hee was Mr. Manhunt Singapore 2002 and represented our nation in Manhunt International 2002.
He first exploded onto the scene with “Heartlanders” and rotated between English and Chinese dramas throughout his career.
In 2009, he left Mediacorp to focus on his business and acted sporadically since then with “C.L.I.F.” (2011) and film “Rubbers” (2014) ( a sex comedy about condoms. Go check it out )
Recently, he was on the news after being knocked unconscious in a road rage incident. Ouch..
That’s all folks! You have been caught up with the actors and actress since “The Champion”.