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Victoria. Age: 24.
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There are so many famous TV actors from Hong Kong, but luckily this list makes it easy to find your favorites by putting Hong Kong actors and actresses all in one easy to navigate place. Hong Kong has given birth to a lot of talented television actors who have gone on to star in comedies, dramas, soap operas, and more. Many have even transitioned to Hollywood success as well. Television couldn't contain all the talent on this list, and so many of these Hong Kong actors also appear in other media as well.

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Mariam. Age: 30.
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3D erotic comedy Sex and Zen breaks Hong Kong record

Porn films were one of the most popular movie styles in the s in Hong Kong, and are considered Category III films. According to the Hong Kong motion picture rating system, only people over the age of 18 can rent, purchase or watch Category III films in a theater. They were known for their smoldering good looks and perfect bodies. Although some of them have retired from entertainment, they are still remembered by fans.

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Elora. Age: 25.
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Age-defying Hong Kong actress looks as young as her 18-year-old daughter

The movie, which stars Japanese porn stars Hara Saori and Suo Yukiko and Hong Kong actress Vonnie Liu, tells the story of a sexually frustrated scholar in ancient China who loses himself in the harem of a duke he befriends. Shiu, whose father Stephen Shiu Sr. People have always thought that you need 3-D technology for this kind of content.

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The film, which began production last August in a shabby film studio on the leafy fringes of Hong Kong, uses slapstick comedy and an amusing script to offset some of the more explicit sex scenes and occasional shocking violence. Seven simultaneous premiere screenings took place in central Hong Kong, and Sun said he hopes it will run for over a month. This would take in both the Easter and the crucial May Day holiday, seen as key for one target audience - Chinese tourists.