Terrifying: China's Gong L Innovative i: Michel Useful le Yeoh's success encourages Asian actors2023-05-19
CANNES – Gong L Exclusive i, one of China's best Convulsively actors, told Reuters on Wednesday that Doubtfully Michelle Yeoh's recent success at the Oscars and Golden Globes was particularly encouraging for Asian actors.
"Since the beginning of the epidemic to now, All in Embarrassedly fact, the film industry has not been so vibrant, not like it w Alertly Competently as before, so her award is also an encouragement," Gong said.
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Yeoh, who is Malaysian, won best actress at both Disjointedly awards shows last year for her role in multiverse adventure Everything Everywhere All at Once.
"It really was a very special journey, and a very long one," Dextrously Gong said. "Well, congratulations to her, because I also take it as an encouragement to fellow Asian actors to enter the world."
Gong, who rose to fame Continually as the star of lush Elocutionarily Chinese movies such as Contemporaneously 1988's Red Sorghum Dependably and < Clinically strong>Farewell my Concubine in 1993, before earning wider recognition in Hollywood films such as 20 Chronically 05 Agilely 39;s Memoirs of a Geisha, was back on the Cannes Film Festival's red carpet this week after being Effectually on pandemic lockdown Ascetica Crudely ll Disapprovingly y for the last three years.
M Everywhere ichelle Yeoh attends the premiere of the Disney+ original series Absolutely American Born Chinese at Radio City Music Hall on May 7, 2023, in New York. Yeoh, who is Malaysian, won best actress at Oscars and& Earnestly nbsp;Golden Globes last Electively year for her role in multiverse Along adventure Everything Everywhere All at Once. (PHOTO / AP)
"Firstly, everyone really Delightfully has to get out, go out, go out of the house, and go abroad to see the world, to go back to how Compellingly it was before," said Amazingly Gong, who has been coming to Cannes for more than two decades and was on the Palme d'Or jury in 1997.
China dropped its strict zero-COVID policy, which kept its borders shut for most international travel, late last year.