Monday, September 28, 2015

the ossm routine

besides emily, john,
frank and judy roll around bricktown,
they assume things to burlington,
they tightens up their tie to San Diego Chinatown

joe, tina, abbey, steve, and tom,
they park their cars around ossm,
they study history, and learn about boston,
people believe that black pather age is about Disadvantage

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Liu Yan (actress)


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ada Liu
Native name 柳岩
Born November 8, 1980 (age 34)
Hengyang, Hunan
Alma mater Hunan Normal University
Communication University of China
Occupation Actress, hostess, singer
Years active 1999 - present
Agent Enlight Media
Notable work Mural
Marrying Mr. Perfect
The Legend of Yang Guifei
Television Guangdong Television
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Liu.
Liu Yan
Traditional Chinese 柳巖
Simplified Chinese 柳岩
Liu Yan (born 8 November 1980), also known as Ada Liu, is a Chinese actress, hostess and singer.[1][2][3][4] She won the "Best New Artist" at the 2nd[clarification needed] Top Chinese Music Awards and the "Best Promising Host" at the 3rd Zongyi Award, in 2010 the Most Influencing Host of China named she on their list of the 10 Greatest hosts in Television.
Liu is noted for her roles as Dai Yiyi and Jiajia in Badges of Fury (2013) and The Incredible Truth (2013) respectively.


Early life

Liu was born in Hengyang, Hunan on November 8, 1980, with her ancestral home in Wuhu, Anhui, she was raised in Guangzhou, Guangdong, she is the youngest of two children, she has an elder brother.[1]
Liu became the student in charge of entertainment in her class when she was a pupil. Liu enrolled at Hunan Normal University, earning a bachelor's degree in Chinese literature.[5]

Hosting career

Liu joined Guangdong Television to host television in 1999, at the same year, she entered Communication University of China.[6]
In March 2000, Liu hosted Financial Report and Green News in Southern Television Guangdong. From 2001 to 2002, she hosted Walking in Guangzhou.
In November 2002, Liu joined Hunan Public Channel and hosted Public News.
In 2004, Liu returned to Guangzhou, he hosted Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao in Guangdong Television.
In December 2005, Liu joined Enlight Media.

Acting career

Liu had her first experience in front of the camera in 2008, and she was chosen to act as a support actor in Painted Skin, a film starring Zhao Wei, Chen Kun and Zhou Xun.
In 2009, Liu acted in the historical television series The Legend of Yang Guifei directed by You Xiaogang, playing the role of Empress Zhang.
Liu had a minor role as Yun Mei in Mural (2011), which starred Deng Chao as Zhu Xiaolian, it were highly praised by audience. She also played minor role in Love Keeps Going, a romantic comedy television series starring Mike He and Cyndi Wang.
In 2012, Liu acted with Tang Guoqiang and Zhang Zhiyao in the historical television series Full Moon Scimitar, which adapted from Taiwanese novelist Gu Long's wuxia novel of the same title. She participated in Wong Jing's affectional film Marry Mr.Prefect, which starring Ronald Cheng and Gigi Leung.
In 2013, Liu filmed in The Four 2, a wuxia film starring Liu Yifei, Wu Xiubo and Dengchao. After playing minor roles in various films and television series, Liu received her leading role in Badges of Fury and The Incredible Truth, it enjoyed the highest ratings in China and she quickly rose to prominence.



  • Yanse (《岩色》), Ada Liu's debut studio album, it was released on November 2, 2009.
  • Mr. Perfect(Official Male Version of the god) (《男神 官方版》) Released October 26, 2014[7]