Vivian Wu, born February 5, 1966 in Shanghai, is an internationally acclaimed movie star and Oscar Award for lifelong jurors. She has held several international category A film festivals, including the International Emmy Awards and the Tokyo International Film Festival. She is currently the China-America Film Festival Committee Members. After graduating from high school in Shanghai to the United States to study. Starring over the "last emperors", "pillow book", "Founding of the Republic", "hot mom", "dwelling" and dozens of domestic and foreign film and television drama. Won the United States Hollywood Independent Spirit Award the highest honor actress award, the United States Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actress and many other awards. In 1986, she played the role of princess "Wen Xi" in Oscar-winning film "The Last Emperor" of Italian director Bertolucci and became the first to win the Tarot Award of Italy's David Church (Oscars of Italy) Supporting actress nominated Asian face. In 1990 by the United States, "People" magazine named "50 of the world's most beautiful people"; in 1996, "Global Personality Wedding", was named "the first bride." At the same time, she is also the first Asian actress to be nominated for Best Actress of Canada's Gini Awards. In 2005, Vivian Wu returned to Shanghai to produce and star in the film "Shanghai Red Beauty" by her husband Oscar. Vivian Wu actively participated in charitable activities. In 2009, Vivian Wu founded Vivian Wu, a subsidiary of Shanghai Youth Foundation Friends "love education fund.