Top 10 Chinese Actresses That Appeared Naked in Movies

Nude scenes in movies can always attract people to watch them. Being nude in films is a shortcut to become famous for some actresses. And for audiences,  it is always exciting to see their beloved actresses to be completely nude. Here’s a list of the 10 the most famous Chinese actresses that appeared naked in movies:

1.  Loletta Lee  李丽珍

Loletta Lee (born in 1966) is a well-known Hong Kong actress . She starred in several Category III films such as Spirit of Love, Crazy Love, Girls Unbutton and Sex and Zen 2. And besides she even shot completely nude photo album. Her fantastic performance in Ordinary Heroes helped her win Golden Horse Award in 1999 for Best Actress.

2. Shu Qi 舒淇

Shu Qi, born in 1976, is a Taiwanese actress. She starred in some Category III films including Sex & Zen II, Red Light District and Viva Erotica. Shu Qi has beautiful appearance, her mouth was chosen by E! as the most sexy mouth in Asia. Though Qi Shu was a adult entertainment star, she finally made the transition successfully and turned out to be a fine mainstream actress.

3. Veronica Yip 叶玉卿

Veronica Yip, born in 1966, is a Hong Kong-born actress. She is most well known for her roles in Hong Kong Category III films (not pornographic, these films do include nudity and sexual situations). Yip has starred three Category III films: Take Me (1991), Pretty Woman (1992) and Hidden Desire (1992). All three movies were regarded as commercial successes.

4. Vivian Hsu 徐若瑄

Vivian Hsu, born in 1975,  is a Taiwanese singer, actress, and model.  Hsu starred in three Hong Kong Category III movies, Hunting List, Devil Angel and Angel Heart.

5. Pauline Chan  陈宝莲

Born in Shanghai, Pauline Chan’s hot body, 175-cm length and mature appearance drew the attention of local pornographic film producers in a beauty contest. From 1991 to 1997, Chan showed up in more than 25 Hong Kong Category III films and gained widespread attentions for her bold performance, becoming a prominent sex symbol in Asia. Pauline Chan’s Category III movies include Erotic Ghost Story 3,  Escape from Brothel, Behind the Pink Door and the Devil Of Rape. She jumped off a building in Shanghai on Jul 31, 2002, and died at the age of 29.

6. Yvonne Yung 翁虹

Yvonne Yung (born in 1968) joined in the entertainment after winning the Miss Asia Pageant in 1989. She was widely known for her many performances in Hong Kong Category III films. She has appeared in these kind of movies like Ten Tortures of the Manchu Qing Dynasty, Ancient Chinese Whorehouse, Romance of the Vampires, Fake Pretty WomanLover of the Last Empress and many others.

7. Carrie Ng 吴家丽

Carrie Ng (born in 1963) used to play hookers or mistress in TV series of  Kong Kong TVB. She is best known for cult Category III films Naked Killer and Sex and Zen.

8. Tang Wei  汤唯

Tang Wei (born in 1979) rose to prominence for her performance in Lust, Caution (2007) as Wong Chia Chi. In March 2008, China’s State Administration of Radio Film and Television ordered a media ban due to her sexual scenes in Lust, Caution.

9. Irene Wan Bik Ha 溫碧霞

Irene Wan Bik-ha (born in 1967) first gained notice for her beauty and remarkable performance in Everlasting Love (1983), when she was only 17 years old. She starred in the Category III film All of a Sudden in 1995, which was her first, and only time appearing nude in a movie.

10. Chingmy Yau 邱淑贞

Chingmy Yau Suk-zing (born in 1968) was called the “Sexy Queen” in Hong Kong. With hot body and sexy appearance,  she is extremely popular for her natural beauty. She starred in a series of Category III films and the most famous films include Naked Killer and Lover of the Last Empress.

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8 Responses

  1. China Shouts says:

    Tang Wei is called a Chinese actress while the rest were called ‘Hong Kong actress’ or ‘Taiwanese actress’.

    Are they not all of them ‘Chinese actresses’?

    Why is there a subtle acknowledgment that Hong Kong and Taiwan are NOT part of China?

  2. China Shouts says:

    Tang Wei is called a Chinese actress while the rest were called either ‘Hong Kong actress’ or ‘Taiwanese actress’.

    Are they not all of them ‘Chinese actresses’?

    Why is there a subtle acknowledgment that Hong Kong and Taiwan are NOT part of China?

    Interesting, the majority of the actresses were NOT from the mainland.

    • Cat says:

      Aside from Tang Wei, the other actresses were movie stars before Hong Kong returns to China (1997), so I think it’s suitable to say they were Hong Kong actresses, because back then (in a lot of countries) even the film was called Hong Kong movies instead of Chinese movies.

      As for Taiwanese Actress, as far as I know Taiwanese don’t like to be called Chinese, to differentiate from Mainland Chinese. If you read their history, the wars, the tensions, you’ll understand why.

      So the writer of this article is correct.

      • anon says:

        Formosa (former Taiwan name) had war with Japan too, so? The Taiwanese love Japan and not China? Well, that makes sense…

  3. Peter says:

    True that Tangwei is the only one from mainland China, but as you know the sex scene is not forbidden in mainlnd movies. That`s why there are few actresses from mainland China in this field. Taiwan and Hong Kong are parts of China, of course. but special areas.

  4. China Mike says:

    Excuse me, but the Chinese Film and Censor board can go get F*&#D!!!

    Tang Wei is perhaps the greatest single actress to come out of China, ever. Unbelievable they would ban her work because of a director’s choice of overt sexuality in a film. IDIOTS

  5. Pete says:

    The media ban of Tang Wei in Lust Caution was not because of the sex scenes but mainly because Tang Wei portrays a character that betrayed Chinese to agents in Japanese service. (Tony Leung’s character) and protecting the agent.

    They are all “Chinese descent” actress… so let’s not talk about China, Taiwan or Hong Kong…

    • anon says:

      They can try their hardest to self-hating themselves for all I care. But they can’t deny the fact that they had Chinese blood in their DNA.

      And as for the 老外/鬼佬/ang mo, they should zip their pie-holes as our matters are none of their business.

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