Rulu Jiang
Outros nomes: 华妃, 华妃娘娘, xinxin(昵称), Rulu, 欣欣
"Rulu Jiang, born on May 8th, 1983, in Urumqi, Xinjiang, is an actress in Mainland China. She graduated from Henan Vocational College of Art. She started to take part in dramas in 1991. In 1991, her starring role in the TV series ""Queen of the Pendant"" was broadcasted. In 2001, she appeared in the costume historical drama ""Big Feet Queen Ma"". In 2003, she became popular for her role as Mu Wan Qing in Zhang Jizhong's version of the martial arts drama ""Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils"". In 2004, she appeared in the idol costume drama ""Chinese Paladin"" and ""Happy 7 Fairies"". In 2011, she gained widespread attention for her role as Consort Hua in the costume drama ""Empresses in the Palace"" and won several awards including the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 4th China TV Drama Awards. In 2015, she was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 21st Shanghai Television Festival for her rural drama, ""The Chinese Farmers"". In the same year, the Xianxia drama ""The Journey of Flower"" she appeared in became the first TV series in China to exceed 20 billion online views and broke the rating record for weekly dramas in Mainland China. In February 2016, she appeared at the CCTV Spring Festival Gala and performed the song ""In Your Great Embrace"". In May, she won the Best Actress (Ancient Drama) at the 19th Huading Awards for the fantasy costume drama ""Hua Xu Yin: City of Desperate Love"". In the same year, she also won the overall champion in the first season of the comedy competition variety show ""Comedy General Mobilization"". In 2017, she once again appeared at the CCTV Spring Festival Gala to sing the opening song ""Beautiful Chinese New Year"". In the same year, she was nominated for the Best Actress Award at the 23rd Shanghai Television Festival for ""Ode to Joy""."