Summary: Chinese pop singer and actress known as the "Asian Madonna" and the "queen of the Hong Kong pop-music industry" known for her flamboyant and often outrageous on-stage persona and controversial personal life who shot to stardom in the early 1980's after winning a singing contest, among whose 40 albums is 1986's Bad Girl which is the best selling Hong Kong Cantonese album of all time, and who starred in dozens of films including several with Jackie Chan including Legend of the Drunken Master, Rumble in the Bronx and Black Dragon.
Cause of Death: Cervical cancer
Born: October 10, 1963
Died: December 30, 2003
Location: Hong Kong, China