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While still in school, he noticed an unusual appearance of a pretty TV producers, inviting him to appear in advertisements.At the age of 19, he debuted as a pop singer, in 1992 to the year of releasing his first album.He was lucky, and in such a tender age, he signed a contract with a huge company Polygram. in the second half of the 90 films in Hong Kong begins to drastically change its face, . Being recognized as a great romantic actor (he starred in two films by Wong Kar-wai), he begins a career in film shooter.

In the West he is best known for starring in “House of the Flying Daggers” (2004), an action-romance that grossed million worldwide. if the story’s good or the character’s interesting enough to make you want to collaborate on it, then I think I would take the opportunity. Early on he modelled for Prada, soon after becoming a spokesmodel for Sony Ericsson, Hyundai, Toyota, and Mitsubishi.Takeshi Kaneshiro (1973-), also known as Jin Cheng Wu and Gum Sing Mo, is a Taiwanese actor, singer, and model.He was born in Taipei, Taiwan, the last of three sons of a businessman of mixed Japanese and Taiwanese descent and a homemaker of Taiwanese descent.It’s interesting to think that of all the films I turn to to help untie the knots in my brain when it comes to romance, a film shot in 1994 is the one that most perfectly captures my ambivalent feelings on “modern love”. It’s a lovingly crafted meditation on heartbreak and the need to open your heart back up to the world.It’s a lush showcase of cinematographic brilliance: DPs Christopher Doyle and Lau Wai-Keung pack the film with gorgeous imagery (a fish tank that looks like it’s full of glowing pink lemonade; CDs spinning in a jukebox that shimmer with prismatic colors; a ceiling fan’s whirring blades looking like spun fire); it’s a meet-cute love story that plays with genre conventions (throwing in drug deals and a femme fatale); and it’s a perfect depiction and deconstruction of the Manic Pixie Dreamgirl trope (even though the film came out long before the trope had a name).

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