Top 10 X-rated film actresses of Hong Kong

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  Amy Yip

Measurements (B-W-H): 36C/21/35

Amy Yip, one of the 'Top 10 X-rated film actresses of Hong Kong' by China.org.cn

Born in 1967 in Hong Kong but also with family roots in Taishan, Guangdong, Amy Yip is an actress who was one of the leading sex symbols of Hong Kong cinema in the late 1980s and early 1990s. [tupian.baike.com]



Born in 1967 in Hong Kong but also with family roots in Taishan, Guangdong, Amy Yip is an actress who was one of the leading sex symbols of Hong Kong cinema in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Although she took many famous movie roles before she began working for Category III films, people only admire her sexy body. She became famous after shooting Category III films such asSex and ZenandErotic Ghost Story. The movieSex and Zenis also the highest grossing Category III movie in the history of the Hong Kong box office. After making a series of Category III films, she became one of the most popular actresses in Hong Kong and many other parts of Asia in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

After she met her orthopedic surgeon-boyfriend Lim Kiam Hwee, she didn't make films anymore. She has been in a steady relationship with her boyfriend for more than 15 years. However, they have no intention of getting married or having children

Currently, she runs successful food business. She has a Japanese food restaurant in Zhonghuan and Japanese and Chinese food restaurants in Macao. Now, she lives in a house in Happy Valley worth 21 million HKD (2.7 million USD) and owns a car worth 1.2 million HKD (154,383 USD).

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