Ms. Shek Wai
Original name Sun Huili, Shek Wai was born in Nanjing and moved to Hong Kong in 1947. Shek loved drama and movies and praticed music, piano, ballet and painting lessons when she was young. In 1951 she joined the Great Wall Movie Enterprises Ltd. Her performance in "Father Marries Again" (1952) began to raise her fame. Then she became popular with the film "Honeymoon" (1952) and "Aren't the Kids Lovely?" (1953). During her 20 years of acting career, she shown her talent in playing lovely innocent girl, like in "Parents' Love" (1953), "Actress Pearl" (1956), and “When You Were Not with Me” (1958). Shek Wai and Fu Che became lovers during the filming of "When You Were Not with Me" (1958) and got married in 1954. After 1980, Shek Wai took charge of the actors’ department of Great Wall and later chaired the South China Film Industry Workers Union. In 1981, she held recitals in Beijing, Shanghai and Fuzhou, recorded her own song albums and held painting exhibitions. The couple emigrated to Canada in 1991.