Yang Zi Shan
Yang Zi Shan is an actress and singer from Mainland China. In 2005, she officially entered the entertainment industry with her single "Baby Baby." In 2007, she participated in Jiangsu TV's reality show "Masters and Apprentices," in which she won second place. That same year, she released her first EP "The 18 Dance Skills." In 2008, she turned the focus of her entertainment career to acting on the screen. In 2010, she became well-known to the public through her role in the uplifting film "In Case of Love." In 2013, she garnered more attention after playing the role of Zheng Wei in the youthful romantic film "So Young." With her performance in the film, she won Best Actress nominations at the 29th Golden Rooster Awards and the 32nd Hundred Flowers Awards. She also won awards such as the Outstanding Actress award at the 15th Huabiao Awards and Best Actress at the 5th China Image Film Festival. In 2014, her comedy film "20 Once Again" premiered on the big screen, winning her the Best Actress award at the 19th Shanghai International Film Festival's China Movie Media Channel Award. In 2016, her romantic film "One Night Only" premiered, and she also filmed the movie "Walking Past the Future" in the same year. She went on to film the romantic movie "Till the End of the World," which premiered in 2018. In 2019, the Xu Zheng-produced movie "Adoring," in which she had a lead role, premiered on the big screen. In 2020, she joined the variety show "Mr. Housework Season 2."