Ms. Josephine Siao Fong Fong (1947-)
Original name Xiao Liang, Josephine Siao Fong-fong started her film career at age 6. With "The Orphan Girl" (1956), Siao gauged the Best Child Actor Award at the 2nd South East Asian Film Festival. In the 1960’s, she was instrumental in bringing about the fad in “singing and dancing youth film” by starring in “Colourful Youth”(1966) together with Connie Chan Po-chu. In 1968, she decided to quit cinema in order to pursue his studies in America. Upon return, she resumed acting in “Hiroshima 28” (1974) and “Jumping Ash” (1976). In 1977, Siao embodied on television Lam Ah-chun, a comedic character that turned out to be very popular. She took part in over 200 films in both Cantonese and Mandarin, covering a wide range of genres. Siao won the Best Actress twice with "The Wrong Couples" (1987) and "Summer Snow" (1995) at the Hong Kong Film Awards. With "Summer Snow", she won the Best Actress both at the Berlin Film Festival and the Golden Horse Awards, while "Hu-Du-Men" (1996) won her the Best Actress at the Asia Pacific Film Festival and the Golden Horse Awards. In 1998, she founded the End Child Sexual Abuse Foundation which is actively involved in the prevention of sexual abuse of children. In 2009, Siao received the Life Time Achievement Award granted by the Hong Kong Film Awards.