Chaohua Wang

Chaohua Wang



Chaohua Wang is a Chinese actor best known for her roles in the films The Grandmaster (2013) and The Assassin (2015). She was born in Beijing, China in 1985 and began her acting career in 2005 when she appeared in the television series Trial and Retribution.

Wang's breakthrough role came in 2007 when she starred in the television series The Young Warriors. This was followed by her role in the 2009 film A World Without Thieves, which was a box office success and helped to further her fame.

In 2013, Wang starred in the historical drama The Grandmaster, directed by Wong Kar-Wai. The film was a critical and commercial success, and Wang received a great deal of praise for her performance. Following this, she went on to appear in Wong Kar-Wai's next film, The Assassin (2015).

In addition to her film roles, Wang has also appeared in various television series such as My Fair Princess (2008), Love in the City (2009), and The Legend of Flying Daggers (2010). She has also had parts in two web series, My Story (2013) and In the Name of the People (2016).

Outside of her acting career, Wang is involved in many charitable causes and has been an ambassador for the China Youth Development Foundation since 2009. She is also an advocate for the protection of endangered species, and has worked with organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund.

Wang is an incredibly talented and hardworking actor who has achieved great success in her career. Her performances in The Grandmaster and The Assassin have been praised and she is now one of the most sought-after actors in China. Her work on behalf of charity and wildlife protection also speaks to her commitment to making the world a better place.

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