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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Yang_Gi-takYang Gi-tak - Wikipedia

    Ugang. McCune–Reischauer. Ugang. Yang Gi-tak (April 2, 1871 – April 20, 1938) was one of the leaders of Korean independence movement who served as the 9th president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea from 1933 to 1935.

  2. Yang Gi-tak (April 2, 1871 – April 20, 1938) was one of the leaders of Korean independence movement who served as the 9th president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea from 1933 to 1935.

  3. Yang Gi-tak (lahir 2 April 1871 – meninggal 20 April 1938 pada umur 67 tahun) adalah salah satu pemimpin gerakan kemerdekaan Korea yang menjabat sebagai presiden ke-9 Pemerintahan Sementara Republik Korea mulai dari tahun 1933 hingga 1935. Pada tahun 1904, Yang dan seorang jurnalis Inggris Ernest Bethell pertama kali menerbitkan Daehan Maeil ...

  4. Timing (Korean: 타이밍; RR: Taiming) is a 2014 South Korean animated film based on the webtoon of the same name by cartoonist Kang Full. The film was directed by Min Kyung-jo, and features the voices of Park Ji-yoon, Yoon Sang-hyun, Ryu Seung-gon, Yeo Min-jeong, Sim Gyu-hyuk and Sung Wan-kyung.

    • Kang Full
    • Park Ji-yoon, Sung Hoon, Ryu Seung-gon, Yeo Min-jeong, Sim Gyu-hyuk, Sung Wan-kyung.
  5. Surga Yang Tak Dirindukan is an Indonesian drama film which produced by Manoj Punjabi and released on July 15, 2015. The film starred by Fedi Nuril, Laudya Cynthia Bella, Raline Shah, Kemal Pahlevi, Tanta Ginting, Landung Simatupang, and Zaskia Adya Mecca. The film based on the best-selling novel by Asma Nadia.

    • Rp53 billion, (US$3.8 million)
    • July 15, 2015
    • Krisna Purna, Tya Subiakto Satrio
    • Manoj Punjabi
  6. The Korean independence movement was a military and diplomatic campaign to achieve the independence of Korea from Japan.After the Japanese annexation of Korea in 1910, Korea's domestic resistance peaked in the March 1st Movement, which was crushed and sent Korean leaders to flee into China.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Zhang_ZiyiZhang Ziyi - Wikipedia

    • Early Life
    • Career
    • Ambassadorship and Representation
    • Defamation Cases
    • Personal Life
    • Awards and Nominations

    Zhang was born and raised in Beijing, China. Her father was an accountant and later economist, and her mother, a kindergarten teacher. She has an older brother with whom she is very close. Zhang began studying dance when she was 8 years old; subsequently, she joined the Beijing Dance Academy at her parents' suggestion at the age of 11. While at this boarding school, she noticed how mean the other girls were to each other while competing for status amongst the teachers. Zhang disliked the attitudes of her peers and teachers so much that, on one occasion, she ran away from the school.At the age of 15, Zhang won the national youth dance championship and also appeared in a handful of TV commercials and began appearing in television commercials in Hong Kong. In 1996, Zhang entered the prestigious Central Academy of Dramain Beijing at the age of 17.

    1996–2000: Early career

    Zhang made her acting debut in the television film Touching Starlightat the age of 16. In 1998, while she was studying in Central Academy of Drama, Zhang was offered her first role by director Zhang Yimou in his film The Road Home, which won the Silver Bear prize at the 2000 Berlin International Film Festival.Zhang plays a country girl in love with the town's young teacher, she won the Best Actress Award at the 2000 Hundred Flowers Awardsfor her performance. Due to her success, Zhang was cons...

    2000–06: Wuxia epics and international breakthrough

    Zhang rose to international fame in 2000 with her role as Yu Jiaolong in Ang Lee's re-visioned martial arts film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The movie's success in the US and Europe helped her break into Hollywood. Zhang plays a young Manchu noblewoman who has secretly learned martial arts and runs off to become a wandering swordswoman rather than commit to an arranged marriage. This role won her the Most Promising Actress award at the Chicago Film Critics Association Awards and Best Supp...

    2007–12: Hollywood and China

    In 2007, Zhang performed the voice of Karai in the American animated film TMNT (2007). In the same year, Zhang starred alongside Liu Ye and Ge You in the first-ever opening short for the Chinese academy awards (Golden Rooster Awards) where director Dayyan Enggot top stars to spoof the action-movie genre in a humorous send-up on national TV in China. In Forever Enthralled (2008), which tells the story of legendary Peking opera actor Mei Lanfang, Zhang appears in the second act as Mei's lover M...

    Spokesperson for "Care for Children"
    Global Ambassador for China's Special Olympics
    Image Ambassador for 1st Beijing International Film Festival
    Ambassador for the ScreenSingapore 2011 film festival

    In 2012, an overseas Chinese website Boxun falsely reported that Zhang Ziyi was paid $100 million to sleep with top Chinese officials. Zhang sued Boxun in a US court for defamation. In December 2013, Boxun settled the case after agreeing to pay an undisclosed amount to Zhang and issue a front-page apology. Zhang also won court cases in Hong Kong against Next Media over similar false reports in Apple Daily and Next Magazine.

    In the July 2006 issue of Interviewmagazine, Zhang spoke of her movies' contents and being careful about the roles she takes on, especially in Hollywood: Zhang obtained Hong Kong residency in 2007 through the Quality Migrant Admission Schemefor her contribution to the local film industry. Zhang is an admirer and collector of the works of the Chinese contemporary artist Shen Jingdong. Zhang is one of the members of China Zhi Gong Party. Zhang was engaged to Israeli American venture capitalist Aviv Nevo until the couple separated in 2010. Zhang married Chinese rock musician Wang Feng in May 2015. On 27 December 2015, Zhang gave birth to their daughter Wang Xingxing.In January 2020, Zhang gave birth to their son.

    Other honors

    In 2005, Zhang was listed in TIME's World's 100 Most Influential People. They called her "China's Gift to Hollywood". In 2008, she was awarded with the "Outstanding Contribution to Chinese Cinema" at the 11th Shanghai International Film Festival. In 2010, she was named "Actress of the Decade" by CineAsia. She previously won "Star of Tomorrow prize" back in 1999. In 2013, Zhang received the Order of Arts and Letter at the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres Awards.

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