Bilingual Actress, Physical Theatre Performer based in UK & Taiwan
News and Updates
Short Film PRESTO
電影短片 - 完曲
18th October, 2020
Presto, a short film created by the team of Central Motion Picture Corporation Film Academy 2020. Yuyu plays the lead Yi-En who is a talented and up-coming violinist, however, all the sudden she loss her hearing ability.
Comedy Sketch - Life in the YU.K
18th July 2020
What to expect? Dunno!!!
It's random. It's out of blue. It's Life in the YU.K!
Due to Covid-19, after staying indoor for 3 months, Yuyu started turning all the fantasy ideas in her head into reality. It's about life; ups and downs, tumbles and smirks.
The first and 2nd episodes is out! Click HERE to have a bit love and laugh. :)
Best Supporting Actress - Flicks Film Festival
Yuyu won Best Supporting Actress from Flicks Film Festival for Estranged where she plays Maggie who lost contact with her sister Gina for 30 years.
Director: Dez Gray
Writer: Tom Jolliffe
CHIMERICA - Channel 4
17th April 2019
Yuyu is one of the casts for this powerful and timely thriller about a dedicated American photojournalist who, when accusations of fake news are levelled against him, tries to reclaim his credibility by setting out to find the subject of his most famous picture – the Tank Man of Tiananmen Square.
Chimerica is based on Lucy Kirkwood’s eponymous acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning stageplay. Directed by Michael Keillor (Strike, Line of Duty).
5 Stars Physical Theatre Show BORDER TALES
創作暨演出 <邊境故事> 獲五星評價
2013 - 2019
Border Tales is about multicultural Britain, told through dance, live music and monolouges complied from the performers' personal experiences living in the UK.
Yuyu devised the show with the director Luca Silvestrini and the other performers in 2013 and has been touring the show nationally and internationally since including a one month 5 stars-acclaimed sold out run in Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017.
JULIE - National Theatre
27th May, 2018
Yuyu has been rehearsing at National Theatre for the play Julie since the end of April. The previews will start from 31st May and opening night is on 7th June.
It's been an incredible experience working alongside the director Carrie Cracknell and amount all other talented casts.
Chinese Burn BBC3
Starts from 27th November 2017
Chinese Burn smashes all the stereotypes and with a round-house kick, busts opens the door to the messy, hilarious, unbridled reality putting an eastern twist on the western world.
This brand new BBC Three sitcom follows the escapades of three ‘normal’ Chinese girls - Elizabeth the failed Chinese daughter, Jackie the feisty struggling actress and Fufu the Buddhist princess, fresh off the plane - as they negotiate the trials of modern life in the capital. From sex to relationships, failing careers to just about paying rent, getting drunk to getting in fights – they’re visitors from a scary superpower and they’re taking over London.