Who is gong li dating
It was then understood that the man in question is most likely French photographer who is only known by the name Chang. ' But I'm not sure when ' there's no fixed time. I'm not affected by my previous marriage, and I still look forward to getting married.' Gong Li and her former Singaporean husband, tobacco tycoon Ooi Hoe Seong divorced in 2009, after 13 years of marriage.
They have been rumoured to be dating for eight years. Then, she explained that she frequently travelled for her career, which she loves, and it was difficult for a man to accept a wife who was hardly at home. ' Everyone needs a partner to journey with for the rest of their lives,' she explained.
So it doesn't matter where she goes as that won't change her 'Chinese spirit'."Zhang Yimou such as "Red Sorghum" and "To Live".
Gong Li Entertainment - Actress Why Famous: first came into international prominence through close collaboration with Chinese director Zhang Yim Age: 51 (b.
There are a lot of great actresses in the US and there aren’t enough roles for them. How do you mix a Chinese actor with a group of foreigners?
It’s even hard for them to get a good female role, never mind a Chinese actress.
, directed by Zhang Yimou, in Hong Kong, and in the film, she stars as a woman who suffers from amnesia but persists in waiting for her husband to return home.
The couple had married in 1996, but had rarely been seen in public.I believe in fate, because when it comes, it comes.You can't choose.' She added that if she has a love that runs as deep as that portrayed in the film, she would persist in waiting for it too.Ooi also stressed that they still remain close friends and keep in touch via phone calls.According to the Chinese daily, Ooi remained cordial throughout the interview and never once spoke ill of his former wife. Ooi also shot down rumours of Gong co-living with a French cameraman -- who is 13 years her junior -- for six years."These online reports are inaccurate and are hurting Gong Li," he told the paper.
Gong said she believes that’s a sign of an industry that cares too deeply about the dollar sign.