Fann Wong Biography
Fann Woon Fong was born on 27 January 1971. She is better known by her stage name Fann Wong.She is a MediaCorp actress, singer and model and managed under Huayi Brothers and Catwalk Production House. She is referred to as MediaCorp’s “Ah Jie” (senior actress) together with Zoe Tay and Xiang Yun for being among the first locally trained artistes.
At Singapore’s Star Awards 1995, Fann became the first actress to win both the Best Actress and Best Newcomer awards in the same year. After gaining regional exposure and popularity in Asia through film and television productions, she became the first Singaporean actress to break into Hollywood, playing Chon Lin in the 2003 film Shanghai Knights. She was also the youngest actress to have earned an “All-Time Favourite Award” at the Star Awards. She married actor Christopher Lee on 29 September 2009.
Fann Wong Height
Fann Wong is 1.71 Meters tall.
Fann Wong Age/ Birthday
Fann Wong was born on 27 January 1971. She is 47 years old as of 2018.
Fann Wong Husband/ Marriage
Fann has been romantically involved with Malaysian actor Christopher Lee since late 2002, although the pair only admitted their relationship in mid-2005. She has had only one prior romance known to the public; an 11-year relationship with businessman Anthony Chan. Fann and Lee have collaborated eight times in television productions, and have played lovers in six of these. After Fann and Lee publicly admitted to their relationship in mid-2005, they were seldom seen together.
However, in December 2006, they walked together hand-in-hand down the blue carpet of the 2006 Star Awards ceremony. The gesture was noted by the Singapore media as a rare public acknowledgement of their relationship. In September 2008, it was rumoured she would be marrying Lee. They finally got married on 16 May 2009 after an eight-year relationship. Their wedding was featured in an infotainment show called The Wedding, which was hosted by Michelle Chong, Mark Lee and Dennis Chew.
Fann Wong Sister
Fann Wong is sister to Fan Wen Qing. Fann Wen is a former child actress.
Fann Wong Baby Son
Fann Wong is mother to Zed Lee who was born on August 9, 2014.
Fann Wong Net Worth
Fann Wong’s networth as of October 1,2017 is $28.7 million.
Fann Wong Career
Early days: television career
Born in Singapore to Hakka tailor parents, Fann shared her childhood with three siblings—an older sister, as well as a younger brother and sister. She was educated at Temasek Secondary School, where she took her GCE ‘O’ Level examinations in 1987.
Wong was a child actor while in primary school and featured in several SBC children’s programmes. At the age of 16, she won a beauty contest organised by Her World, a Singapore fashion magazine. She started a successful modelling career in Singapore, and spent the next two years modelling part-time while taking her GCE ‘A’ Level examinations at a private school. She afterward earned a diploma in fashion merchandising from LIFS.
Fann moved to Taiwan in 1993. One of her earliest successes was in an Oil of Ulan (now Oil of Olay) commercial aired in Taiwan and Singapore. The following year, a Singaporean television producer discovered her and cast her in Dreams Come True, a Singapore drama series. Fann soon starred in two more Singapore television series, The Challenger and Chronicle of Life.
After a year in the Singapore television industry, her role in Chronicle of Life won her Best Actress and Best Newcomer awards at Singapore’s 1995 Star Awards. In 1996, her role in The Unbroken Cycle won her first regional nomination at the Asian Television Awards. She continued to star in a large array of drama serials, including A Romance in Shanghai (produced in Shanghai), Wild Orchids (filmed in Sydney) and Brave New World (filmed in Amsterdam and Belgium).
In late 1996, Fann released in Singapore her first Mandarin pop album Fanntasy, which contained a duet (theme song of her TV drama ‘Brave New World’) with Taiwanese singer Jeff Chang. The album was retitled I Live Alone and repackaged with two additional songs for the Taiwanese market and won 4 IFPI platinum sales awards in Taiwan, marking the start of Fann’s regional success.
Late 1990s: rise of regional popularity
In 1996, Fann starred in the 40-episode blockbuster drama, Brave New World, alongside her now-husband, Christopher Lee and Hong Kong actor Alex Man. This was the first time ever that Fann would act together with Christopher Lee. Fann also performed the theme song, “Don’t let love become hard for us”, as a duet with Taiwanese singer Jeff Chang.
In 1998, Fann was named the female lead, Xiaolongnü, in TCS remake of the hit wuxia drama The Return of the Condor Heroes where she once again starred alongside Christopher Lee. The release of this drama, along with her second album, Shopping, further increased her exposure in Taiwan and China. When Hong Kong director Derek Yee saw Fann’s “Shopping” music video on Hong Kong’s Channel V, he flew to Singapore to cast her as the lead actress in the Hong Kong art film The Truth About Jane and Sam.
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The movie topped the Singapore box office for three weeks and her role as a gritty wild-child won her a Best New Performer nomination at the 19th Hong Kong Film Awards in 2000. In addition, her role as a self-centred stockbroker in Out to Win attracted a million viewers in Singapore during its finale. It was during this period when Fann acquired many of her die-hard fans, led by the Fann-atic Fan Club (FFC).
In 1999, Fann released her third album Missing You, recorded “Private Number” with British boyband 911, and performed Moments of Magic, Singapore’s official millennium song. These musical successes resulted in her being the first Singapore artiste to stage a solo paying concert (“My Story”—Fann Wong in Concert) at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in 2000. That same year, she released her fourth Mandarin album, No Problem.
During the next few years, Fann focused on her acting career. She played a two-timing television reporter in the omnibus Hong Kong film When I Fall in Love… With Both, acted as a lovelorn insurance agent in the Singaporean romantic drama Looking For Stars, as well as played the title character in the Taiwanese period drama Madam White Snake. She also began hosting travelogue shows, including Travel Hunt: Japan and Fann Adventure, which was filmed in South Africa and Malaysia.
In 2002, Fann became the first Singaporean actress to play a major role in a Hollywood production as Chon Lin in Shanghai Knights. When the film was released in early 2003, Stephen Hunter of The Washington Post stated: Fann is an enchanting new film presence. Clearly modelled after Zhang Ziyi of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, she combines a dancer’s grace with a fighter’s speed, and looks great standing still or whirling.
The Hollywood Reporter’s David Hunter noted that Fann was “more than equal to playing the strong woman fighter who’s also pretty darn cute”, while John Keenan of the Omaha World-Herald stated that “Fann’s stunt work is actually more memorable than Jackie Chan’s here”. In Hong Kong, the South China Morning Post stated that she “seems set to displace Lucy Liu as Hollywood’s Asian babe du jour”. She was subsequently nominated under the Best Fight category in MTV Movie Awards 2003, and in 2004, won the Singapore Street Festival’s Best International Artiste Award.
In 2004, Fann continued acting in China period dramas such as Moon Fairy and My Fair Lady. She also starred in a Singapore serial on the SARS epidemic titled Always on My Mind, which won her a Best Actress nomination at the 2004 Star Awards. In mid-2004, Fann was cast in the lead role in the German-Singapore telemovie, House of Harmony. In late 2004, Fann released her first publication, a semi-autobiographical comic book Girl Illustrated. After a musical hiatus of five years, she released her first compilation, In Love With You.
In April 2005, Fann was invited to the Cannes MIPTV Media Market where she promoted House of Harmony and discussed possible collaborations with European industry professionals. She obtained the All-Time Favourite Artiste for obtaining the Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes . House of Harmony has since been telecast in Germany, Austria, France and Belgium to a combined prime-time viewership of over 80 million. That same year, Fann took on a lead role in a Taiwanese art-house romance film, Dragon Eye Congee, which was nominated for five categories at the inaugural Asian Festival of First Films.
In August 2005, she made her voice-over debut in Singapore’s first 3 D animation film, Zodiac, The Race Begins, which was released in early 2006. Furthermore, she also contributed her songs for the soundtracks of the movie. In November 2006, Fann made her first promotional visit to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She performed at the Tonle Sap Water Festival Mega Concert and visited the Krousar Thmey blind school, where she donated cassette recorders and biscuits.
2007–2012: Focus on China market (under Huayi Brothers)
In early 2007, Fann signed a management contract with China’s Huayi Brothers. Fann also became the first Singaporean artist to release a self-illustrated 3D animation titled Fanntasy World. The release of her Singapore film Just Follow Law, in which she had to play an uncouth and scruffy man in a woman’s body, was a major attraction at the Chinese New Year box office and won her critical acclaim in the Singapore and Malaysian media.
In 2008, she was invited to be a judge at the sixth “spirit of fire” international film festival which was held in Russia. Ah Long Pte Ltd reached No. 1 in both Singapore’s and Malaysia’s box office during the Chinese new year. Later, the film Dance of Dragon that she paired with Korean hunk Jang Hyuk led her to win her first International Best Actress at West Hollywood International Film Festival.
In 2009, Fann starred with then-boyfriend Christopher Lee in The Wedding Game. The movie won the best feature film at the first international comedy film festival held in Thailand. In June, she finished her new Chinese movie In a tangle . In September, she filmed the romantic movie Cornflower Blue, starring with Alex Fong and Chang Chen in Hainan. Both of them were on the screen in late 2010. She filmed another comedy film Happy Go Lucky, which was shown during the Chinese New Year.
In 2010, she slowed down her step and only two dramas were filmed. But she gained her critic praises from many Chinese media for her character “Ren DaiDai” in the drama Jin DaBan De Zuihou Yiye starring with Chinese actress Fan Bingbing. Two more Singaporean dramas followed in 2011.
But 2012 seemed to be a busy year for Fann. At the begin of the year, she played a syren in the series The Legend of Master Ji 3, then she was invited to be a judge for TBS’s fashion competition show Asian Ace. Later she flew to ShanDong and played a spicy wife in the movie Ai Shui Shui together with Jaycee Chan,and also a telemovie Han di hu lue zhu gui based on novel Water Margin. Another movie Runaway Woman was filmed in Xinjiang in May.
She was awarded the “2012 Huading Most Popular Asian Actress Award” in Beijing Olympic Sports Centre on 4 July. Though she didn’t release new album for years, she was still invited to perform at 9th Asia Song Festival which was held in Yeosul, Korea, on 4 August. In October, she flew to Xinjiang again to film the period drama Tun Shu Xi Jiang about revolution occurring in Xinjiang. She worked with Hong Kong actor Bowie Lam (her husband in the drama) and Chinese director Zhang Jizhong.
2013–present: New Beginning (under Catwalk)
2013 became a new beginning for Fann. She has set up her own studio at the end of 2012, and ended her contract with Huayi Brothers, signed a new contract with Taiwan management agency Catwalk. She will focus on drama & movie filming in 2013 and even release a new album almost 13 years since her latest original album “no problem” out in 2000.
In 2014, illustrator Patrick Yee was so inspired after working with Fann on a children’s charity in Thailand that he designed and illustrated a nearly wordless picturebook, published by Epigram Books, about the adventures of a girl with the same name.
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Fann Wong Pregnant Again
In 2014 Fann wong got pregnant and gave birth to her first child who was a baby boy. It is rumoured that she might be expecting another child soon. According to Asian Pop News, Fann wrote on her Facebook, “Good Afternoon! We will be shouldering a new responsibility today!” She also posted a picture of her and her husband Christopher Lee holding her waist, almost akin to touching her tummy. However, Christopher Lee had vehemently denied her pregnancy. He added that the public would know when “it’s time”.
Fann Wong Movies
|Year||Title||Chinese||Role||Region of production||Film company||Notes|
|1989||Thunder Cops II||贼公差婆||张华||Hong Kong
|1999||The Truth About Jane and Sam||真心话||Jane 阿真||Hong Kong
|MediaCorp Raintree Pictures and Film Unlimited||2000 Hong Kong Film Awards, Best Newcomer Nomination|
|2000||When I Fall in Love… with Both||月亮的秘密||Joy 乐乐||Hong Kong
|Golden Harvest Pictures and Film Unlimited|
|2003||Shanghai Knights||皇家威龙||Chon Lin||USA||Spyglass Entertainment and Buena Vista Pictures||2003MTV Movie Awards, Best Fight Nomination|
|2005||Dragon Eye Congee: A Dream of Love||龙眼粥||何心悦 and 张音||Taiwan (ROC)||Lee’s Production|
|2006||Zodiac, The Race Begins||生肖传奇||Snake / Cat||Singapore||Cubix Pictures||Voice|
|2007||Just Follow Law||我在政府部门的日子||Tanya Chew||Singapore||J-Team and Innoform Media|
|2008||Ah Long Pte Ltd||老师嫁老大||王立华||Singapore||Mediacorp Raintree Pictures|
|Dance of the Dragon||龙之舞||Emi||Singapore
|Easternlight Film Productions||2008 West Hollywood International Film Festival, Best Actress|
|2009||The Wedding Game||大喜事||谢文琪 Vicky||Singapore||MediaCorp Raintree Pictures||2009 1st international comedy film festival, The Best Feature Film|
|2010||Happy Go Lucky||福星到||傅欣||Singapore||蔡氏电影私人有限公司|
|In a tangle||一不留神||米粒||China||华谊兄弟传媒集团,北京太一至合文化传媒公司 & 北京巨海传媒有限公司|
|2014||When a Peking Family Meets Aupair||洋妞到我家||濛濛||China||北京大汗天下传媒||Guest-appearance|
|2015||The Right Mistake||将错就错||China||Guest-appearance|
|2016||Packages from Daddy||心靈時鐘||Mom (Fang Hui-ying)||Taiwan|
|Year||Title||Chinese||Role||Country of production||Production Notes|
|Somewhere in Time||再世情缘||沈英||Singapore|
|1997||The Matchmaker’s Match||四点金||香姑||Singapore|
|The Accidental Hero||流氓英雄||赵丽||Singapore|
|2005||House of Harmony||融之堂||Mei Ling 美玲||Germany and Singapore||2-part telemovie series|
|2006||The Legend of Lu Xiaofeng||陆小凤传奇||沙曼||China||HD Telemovie|
|2007||Cheerful Get-Together in Beijing||十全十美之相聚北京||柳欢||China||4-part telemovie series|
|Year||Title||Chinese||Role||Country of production||Production notes|
|1994||Dreams Come True||美梦成真||李琳||Singapore||
|1995||Chronicle of Life||缘尽今生||方玲||Singapore||
|Sparks of Life||生命火花||马嘉嘉||Singapore||
|The Golden Pillow||金枕头||李明珠||Singapore||
|1996||The Unbroken Cycle||解连环||叶琴/李香美/朱之月||Singapore||
|A Romance in Shanghai||新上海假期||简妮||China|
|Brave New World||新阿郎/一路风尘||林晓云||Singapore||
|1998||The Return of the Condor Heroes||神雕侠侣||小龙女||Singapore||
|Myths & Legends of Singapore: Lady of the Hill||石叻坡传说之红山林姑娘||红山林姑娘||Singapore||
|1999||Out to Win||步步为赢||Coco 张文华||Singapore||
|2000||The Legendary Swordsman||笑傲江湖||任盈盈||Singapore||
|Looking For Stars||星锁||Orange||Singapore||
|2001||Heroes in Black||我来也||柳非雁||Singapore||
|Self Destruction||自体毁灭||Minmin, Marlene||Taiwan||
|Madam White Snake||青蛇与白蛇/白蛇新传||白蛇精/白素贞/秦萧萧/西施||Taiwan and Singapore||
|2002||Brotherhood||有情有义||李婷||China and Singapore||
|2003||Moon Fairy||奔月||嫦娥||China and Singapore||
|Always on My Mind||无炎的爱||关斯嘉||Singapore||
|2005||My Fair Lady||我爱钟无艳||钟无艳||China and Singapore||
|The Lucky Stars||福禄寿三星报喜||麻如意||China and Singapore||
|Women of Times||至尊红颜||王曦怡||Singapore||
|The Fairies of Liaozhai||聊斋奇女子之连城||连城||China|
|2008||The Defining Moment||沸腾冰点||林可欣||Singapore||
|The Last Night of Madam Chin||金大班的最后一夜||任黛黛||China|
|2011||Be Happy||生日快乐||萧凯欣 (大S)||Singapore||
|On the Fringe||边缘父子||刘佳丽||Singapore||
|2012||The Legend Of Crazy Monk 3||活佛济公3||雪柔||China|
|2014||Song in the clouds||云中歌||无泪||China||
|2015||My Secret App||我的宝贝机密||陆云飞||Singapore||
|2016||Destiny Of Love||亲爱的！好久不见||周紫璇||China||
|Rock Records In Love||滚石爱情故事||吳加美||Taiwan|
|Year||Title||Chinese||Role||Country of production||Production Notes|
|1998||Fann Wong’s Music Love Story||范文芳的音乐爱情故事||Herself||Taiwan||Produced by TVBS-G; self-starred autobiography|
|2001||At Home With… Fann Wong||名人专访: 范文芳||Interviewee||Singapore||Produced by Channel NewsAsia|
|Travel Hunt: Japan||奇趣搜搜搜||Host||Singapore|
|2002||Fann Adventure: Malaysia and South Africa||非范之想||Host||Singapore|
|2006||Closet Affairs II||In女皇2||Host||Singapore|
|Peschardt’s People||Interviewee||Asia-Pacific||Produced by BBC World|
|2009||Asia Fashion||亚洲时尚风||Host||Singapore||Tokyo article|
|2012||Asian Ace||Judge||Japan||Produced by TBS|
|2015||出发吧爱情||Herself||China||Produced by Zhejiang Satellite TV Channel|
Fann Wong Music Discography
|Date of release||Title (Chinese)||Title (English)|
|1996 October 6||–||Fanntasy|
|1997 September 12||一個人生活||I Live Alone|
|1998 July 8||逛街||Shopping|
|1999 June 2||想你||Missing You|
|2000 October 3||沒有問題||No Problem|
|2005 June 17||愛上了你||In Love With You|
|Date of release||Title (Chinese)||Title (English)|
|1999 December||–||Moments Of Magic|
|2000 May||文芳的故事 Commemorative CD||My Story In Concert Commemorative CD|
|Date of release||Title (Chinese)||Title (English)||Songs|
|1995 April||金枕头电视原声带||The Golden Pillow OST||别以为我不懂、Just For Fun|
|1998 May||神雕侠侣电视原声带||Return of the Condor Heroes OST||缘聚缘散(预言)、玉女心经(示情)、缘聚缘散(预言)电视版|
|1999 June||真心话电影原声带||The Truth About Jane and Sam OST||爱就爱there is no why、逛街(粤语版)、跟随、逛街(粤语版)Remix、爱就爱there is no why (Remix Version)|
|2000 May||笑傲江湖电视原声带||The Legendary Swordsman OST||豪情笑江湖、没有江湖哪有情、写梦(老唱机版)、独思、写梦|
|2006 January||生肖传奇电影原声带||Zodiac: The Race Begins… OST||寻梦、In My Dreams|
|Date of release||Title (Chinese)||Title (English)||Songs Including|
|1995 April||新视红星歌影集||TCS ALL STAR Compilation||如何对你说|
|2000 November||阳光系列 Ⅳ||Morning Express Ⅳ||月亮的秘密|
|2001 April||阳光系列 Ⅴ||Morning Express Ⅴ||我相信、我来也匆匆去也匆匆|
|2002 July||阳光系列 Ⅵ||Morning Express Ⅵ||分享|
|2007 November||戏剧情牵25电视金典纪念珍藏版||Celebrating 25 Years Of Chinese Drama Collector’s Edition||我相信、豪情笑江湖、stay、分享、如何对你说、我来也匆匆去也匆匆、LUV LUV LUV、真爱宣言|
|Date of release||Title||Info|
|1996||牵动||Episode Song of Drama”再见荧光兰”|
|1998||看电视||Theme Song of Mcs Channel 8|
|2001||情||Theme Song of Drama”Madam White Snake”|
|2003||找到||Charity Song for sars|
|2003||明天还有更远的路程||Theme Song of Drama“Always on My Mind”|
|2003||忘不了你的眼睛||Episode Song of Drama“Always on My Mind”|
|2003||相聚||Theme Song of Drama“Moon Fairy”|
|2005||路||Theme Song of Drama“Beautiful Illusions”|
|2011||向爱奔跑 duet with 陈汉玮||Theme Song of Drama“Be Happy”|
|2011||忙||Episode Song of Drama“Be Happy”|
|Date of release||Title (Chinese)||Title (English)|
|1997||一个人生活 Karaoke VCD||I Live Alone Karaoke VCD|
|1999 November||想你 Karaoke VCD||Missing You Karaoke VCD|
|2006||百代星光传集13范文芳没有问题精选 DVD||No Problem Compilation DVD|
- 2000: My Story – Fann Wong in Concert (Singapore Indoor Stadium)
- 2004: Friendship Melody Music Concert (Ho Chi Minh Indoor Stadium, Vietnam)
- 2006: Tonle Sap Water Festival Mega Concert (Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
- 2012: 9th Asia Song Festival (Korea)
- Oil of Ulan(Olay) (1992)
- SNOW(Margarine) (1992)
- GINVERA Shampoo (1993)
- Kadus (1993)
- Garfiled Eyewear (1994)
- Sanyo Air-conditioners (1994)
- CASIO BABY G (1995-1998)
- Fuji Video Tapes (1996)
- Jolly Shandy (1996)
- Koda Film (1997)
- McDonald’s (1997)
- L’Oreal epismile whitening toothpaste (1997)
- Pantene Shampoo (1998)
- DeBeers Diamonds (1998)
- Daily-C Juice(Taiwan) (1998-1999)
- Inforian Internet Services(Taiwan) (1998-1999)
- Avon Skin Care (2000)
- EMPORIO ARMANI(Asia) (2001-2004)
- Aurias Diamonds (2002)
- Bella Skin Care (2002-2011)
- Fujitsu Lifebook Notebook Computers (Asia) (2003)
- New Moon Abalone (2003-2014)
- New Moon Bird’s Nest (2004-2014)
- Xando Slimming Products (2004-2008)
- GINVERA White Tea Spa Hair Care Range (2005-2006)
- JACOB & CO、DELACOUR (2005-2008)
- Loewe (Amazon Collection – 30th Anniversary Collection) (2005)
- Elina(China) (2009-2014)
- Skinbiotics (2012-2014)
- Marie France Bodyline (2014-)
- Sungai pulai wellness resort (2015)
- Bee Cheng Hiang (2015-)
- OSIM uMAGIC (2015-)
- Shiseido (2016-)
- Hardy Hardy Singapore (2016-)
- 2000: In +he Mood (Hong Kong pictorial by William Cheung Suk Ping and Wing Shya) ISBN 981-04-3048-5
- 2004: Girl, Illustrated (personally-illustrated comic book) OCLC 60520589s
Fann Wong Skincare
When she was in her 20s and 30s, local actress Fann Wong used to be more vain. But today, the 46-year-old is no longer worried, as she has realised that beauty encompasses myriad aspects. Fann, who graced the official opening of new beauty gym Bella Marie France last Wednesday as its celebrity ambassador, told The New Paper: “As I grew older, I started to feel that beauty is what you exude from within.
“Outer beauty is still important because of the first impression you give others. But as I matured and got to know myself better, my self-confidence and self-assurance slowly increased as well.” Fann said her definition of beauty has changed, especially after becoming a mum to her son Zed, who is nearly three.
She said: “When you look and feel so sloppy and sweaty after a long day, but your son still looks at you like you are the most beautiful woman on earth, that was when I realised that it was all in the eye of the beholder.” Fann also said her skincare routine underwent a drastic change due to motherhood.
From a 10-step routine, it has been reduced to the basics.
“I used to make do-it-yourself facials and scrubs and put on body slimming cream. But now, I don’t even apply toner,” she said.
“My morning and evening rituals are quite similar. I just cleanse my face, and put on moisturiser and eye cream.” She said she places an emphasis on eye cream because the eyes are the windows to the soul.
“Everyone will look into your eyes when they look at you, and it is even more so for us artists. Whenever we are filming, we express a lot through our eyes. Furthermore, (the area around them) has very thin skin, so we have to take care of it carefully,” she said.
At Bella Marie France – a one-stop unification of expertise from Bella Skin Care and Marie France Bodyline – which Fann frequents “often” for “me time”, her favourite treatments are the 360 Turnaround for a major boost of skin hydration and targeted fat reduction, and the i-Laser Sculpt fat burning treatment for the body.Fann’s husband, local actor Christopher Lee, does not compliment her as much as before,but “he will always complain how come I get to eat so much but yet continue to stay so slim”.
She said with a laugh that he has been saying that every day since she had Zed. Her must-have beauty product is lip gloss, and she makes sure she has a tube in her bag, her car and Lee’s car at all times. Fann will be starring in two projects with Lee – it has been eight years since their last collaboration. The first is Yi Nian, which was shot in Beijing and is scheduled to open at the end of the year, and the second is Channel 8 drama Doppelganger slated for release next year.
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You won’t believe what Fann Wong’s 3 year old son did to his face!
Updated on; April 25, 2018
Life with a three year old is unpredictable, even if you’re a celebrity mum like Fann Wong. On April 23, she posted a hilarious video on Instagram of her son, Zed, who had coloured his face with markers and was prancing around happily.
In the video, Fann is heard asking Zed: “Are you a commando?” To which he replies: “I’m a bear!”
She asks: “Are you ready for NS?” and he says: “I’m a rabbit!”
Daddy Christopher Lee is heard in the background saying: “Very good, I like it. Papa like it. Continue.”
Fann’s caption for the post read: I’m only away for 10 min…….. @aiainbaby ?洗不掉啦” (Chinese for cannot be washed away).
Helpful fans chimed in with suggestions on how to remove the markers.
She later posted another photo of Zed with this caption in Chinese: “Thanks for everyone’s concern! I no longer look like the Incredible Hulk today. Mummy used toothpaste on me — Nuk child’s toothpaste (This is not an advertisement. I’m just thinking that mummies will want to know the specific brand). Now I’m all cleaned up and can go to school.”
What a cutie Zed is! And we think he may just have inherited his mummy’s artistic talent, too.