Lai-Yin Yang (b. 1963), Taiwanese film, television and stage actress. Taiwanese variety shows that once became popular in the 1980s, but once faded out of the entertainment circle due to family considerations, and returned to the field of performance many years later, took part in screen stage performances and some TV shows. Lai-Yin Yang once won the 41st 52nd Golden Bell Awards for "Theatrical Best Actress Award" for "Love Theater - Caoshan Chunhui".
Wu Nien-jen (Chinese: 吳念真; pinyin: Wú Niànzhēn; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Gô͘ Liām-chin, born 吳文欽; Wú Wēnqīn, August 5, 1952 in Ruifang Township, Taipei County, Taiwan) is a scriptwriter, director, and author. He is one of the most prolific and highly regarded scriptwriters in Taiwan and a leading member of the New Taiwanese Cinema, although he has also acted in a number of films. He starred in Edward Yang's 2000 film Yi Yi. Wu is a well-known supporter of the Democratic Progressive Party and has filmed commercials for the party.
|Actor Name||Play||Role Introduction|
|Peng Sun||——||No introduction|
|Hsiu-Ling Lin||A Ling||No introduction|
|Yipzen Ker||Shu ZhenTongShi||No introduction|
|Hsiao-hsien Hou||A Long||No introduction|
|(None)||Shu ZhenFu||No introduction|
|(None)||A Juan||No introduction|
|(None)||Mei XiaoJie||No introduction|