Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating in September, but did you know you share it with these famous celebs? From former actor Xie Shaoguang to reigning queen of Mandopop Jolin Tsai, here are the celebrities who will be tucking into some cake this month.
After a busy 2017 filled with a concert tour and commercial performances, Taiwanese singer Cyndi Wang shows no signs of slowing down with plans to release her 12th studio album sometime this year. Speaking to the American media, the singer also revealed that she plans to take on more acting projects. She turns 36 this year.
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The Chinese singer-actress is likely to celebrate her big day with her husband and fellow entertainer Hawick Lau and her 4-year-old daughter Noemie. The celebrity couple tied the knot in Bali in 2014, and shut down recent rumours that their marriage were on the rocks by working together on the Chinese trilogy drama “The Prosecutor.”
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We can’t believe that the stylish singer will be turning 38 this year. The Taiwanese songstress rose to fame after winning the top prize of a singing competition in 1998. Her album, Magic, that was released in 2003 catapulted her to fame.
Jolin, who took sick leave early last year in light of her weakened health from shingles has been in the pink of health and keeping busy with her concert tour this year.
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What would we give to see this familiar face light up on the small screen again? The much-loved former actor who turns 57 in September, retired from his glittering acting career 13 years ago and moved to Malaysia. During his time in Malaysia, the reclusive actor dabbled in various pursuits, including setting up an animal shelter, working as a chef and ordaining as a monk.
Shaoguang, who has been awarded with five “Best Actor” awards at the Star Awards last made his public appearance at a two-day acting workshop held in 2017 to nurture young talents.
2018 is a milestone year for the newly-single local singer. Not only is she entering a new phase of life, commemorating the 25th anniversary of her singing career; she has also recently shared about her separation from her husband finance director “Han”. The versatile singer who sings in Mandarin, Cantonese and English, plans to release an “all-Singaporean” album later this year.
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It has been quite a rough time for the Chinese actress who will turn 37 this coming 16 September. Rumours are rife that there is trouble in paradise for Bing Bing and her fiancé and fellow actor Li Chen after the latter was spotted without his engagement ring. The absence of a ring led to even more speculation about the status of their engagement following the mystery of Bing Bing’s absence from the
media spotlight due to an alleged tax evasion scandal. We wish nothing but the best for the actress and hope that she’ll make a public appearance on her birthday!
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The “Descendants of the Sun” star turns 33 this year. Following a break of about two years since his marriage to fellow actress Song Hye Kyo, he is set to return to the small screen.
The actor will be appearing in a period-fantasy drama called “Asadal Chronicles” and he will play a character with a tragic fate who tries to revolt against the fabled kingdom of Asadal. The series is expected to be a blockbuster production and he stars alongside other big name cast members like Kim Ji Won and Jang Dong Gun.
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The hunky actor shot to stardom after appearing in the 2016 Chinese drama “Remembering Wang Lichuan.” He also earned the nickname of the “nation’s husband” for his boyish good looks. We wonder if the “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” actor will be spending his special day with his rumoured girlfriend Bella Su.
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The local actress who’s best known for her role in the 2015 drama “The Dream Makers II” where she played Dong Zihuai, the main villain of the drama, turns 26 on 22 August. Her latest project, period drama “Till We Meet Again,” where she stars alongside Ian Fang and Elvin Ng will air later this year.
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The past fifteen years have been quite a run for the Malaysian-born actress who went from a fresh-faced rookie to leading lady. The local actress and media darling rose to fame after playing a psychiatrist in the 2012 drama “Unriddle 2.” Her performance earned her a “Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes” accolade at the annual Star Awards. Judging from “Best Actress” win at the 2018 Star Awards for her role in the drama “The Lead”, we’re pretty sure the rest of 2018 will be a good one for Rebecca.
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The local actress who relocated to Taiwan in 2014 after tying the knot with singer turned businessman Alex Tien will be celebrating her 41st birthday this year – you wouldn’t believe that the doe-eyed star was born on 28 September 1976!
Yvonne has starred in numerous local productions such as “A New Life,” where she played a poor but contented woman and “Portrait of Home,” in which she played one of the antagonists. She recently shared with the local media that she’s ready to start acting again. The mother-of-two whose last project was the drama “Blessings” was not able to reprise her role in the sequel due to a scheduling conflict. Hopefully, we’ll get to see more of her in future television productions.
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