Monday, November 27, 2006

Zhou Xun won the Best Actress at The 43th Golden Horse Awards

www.chinaview.cn 2006-11-26 08:25:57




BEIJING, Nov. 26 -- A Hong Kong movie took top honours on Saturday at the Taiwan Golden Horse Awards, the most coveted Chinese-language film prize in Chinese cinema.

Hong Kong's Peter Chen won the best director award with his film "Perhaps Love," a musical, which had 12 nominations.

The Golden Horse Awards is the Chinese cinema's equivalent of the Oscars.

Hong Kong pop singer Aaron Kwok won best actor for the film "After This our Exile" -- the second time in a row that Kwok won the award.

Chinese mainland actress Zhou Xun grabbed best actress for "Perhaps Love."

Taiwan's last claim to fame was Taiwan-born director Ang Lee, who won an Oscar for best director for "Brokeback Mountain," in 2005.

Taiwan has played host to the Golden Horse Awards for the past 43 years.

Source: xinhuanet

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