From Operation Odyssey Dawn to the Fukushima Nuclear Crisis, from Supermoon to Lean-Meat Pig, what was the most searched-for words this March? According to Hudong.com, the well-known wiki site, the top 10 net buzzwords in March are as follows:
Elizabeth Taylor (伊丽莎白•泰勒)
Net hot words in March 2011:Elizabeth Taylor [Xinhua.com]
Elizabeth Taylor, an English-born American actress, is considered one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history. Born in London on February 27, 1932, Taylor gained early fame as a child star and spent nearly her entire life in the public eye. In her film career of some 70 years, Taylor appeared in over 50 feature films and won two Best Actress Oscars. The American Film Institute (AFI) named her seventh on its "Female Legends" list, and in 1993 awarded her an AFI Life Achievement Award. As a tireless campaigner in the campaign against AIDS, Taylor also served as the founding national chairman of the American Foundation for AIDS Research and the founder of the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
On March 23 this year, the Hollywood legend died of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Her remarkable body of work in film, her success as a businesswoman and her brave and relentless advocacy in the fight against HIV/AIDS will be remembered by the whole world.
• Film legend Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79 in LA
• Acting legend Elizabeth Taylor passes away