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Taiwan star Vivian Hsu marries Singaporean businessman

2014/06/30 16:55:12

(Photo courtesy of In Music Co.)

Taipei, June 30 (CNA) Taiwanese singer-actress Vivian Hsu on Sunday tied the knot with her Singaporean fiancé, businessman Sean Lee, at a romantic ceremony in Bali, Indonesia.

The 39-year-old star walked down the aisle in a white Vera Wang gown at the wedding, which was attended by about 100 guests, and the couple later sang a love song that they had composed together.

During the ceremony at a Bali villa, Hsu thanked her parents for their love and care, while Lee promised to make his wife happy for the rest of her life.

Lee is chief executive officer of Marco Polo Marine, a Singapore-based integrated marine logistics group.

He and Hsu registered their marriage in Singapore in February and held a ceremony there on June 26 in keeping with Chinese tradition. They will throw another banquet in Taipei on July 23.

Hsu, born in Taiwan, is highly popular in her home country as well as in Japan.

Early in her career, she gained recognition for her role in a Hong Kong movie and her release of an accompanying nude photo album. She rose to fame in Japan in the late 1990s with her frequent appearances on TV shows there and was also a member of the popular Japanese dance and singing group Black Biscuits.

Hsu has appeared in a number of films and TV series in Taiwan and Japan, including "The Shoe Fairy" and "The Knot."

(By Wang Ching-yi and Christie Chen)