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Brigitte Lin Shoots Free Advertisement after 14-year Long Retirement
    2008-08-13 10:05:31     CRIENGLISH.com

Brigitte Lin (left), Chang Hsiao-yen (the 2nd from left), Jolin Tsai (the 2nd from right) and Jet Li (right) shoot a charity advertisement on ethics in this undated photo. [Photo: chinanews.com]

Related: Brigitte Lin's Screen Debut Premiered in Taipei

Famous veteran actress Brigitte Lin will go to Taiwan to do a charity advertisement, 14 years after retirement, Taiwan media reports.

In the ad, Brigitte Lin will urge Taiwan people to rebuild ethics in their life, dressed in a solemn black dress. Besides not getting any remuneration, 54-year-old Brigitte will also be paying for her own flights, accommodation, cosmetics and costumes .

Five other celebrities will cooperate with her in the charity show. They are Jet Li, who speaks for new ethics in nature, Chang Hsiao-yen, who speaks for family ethics, Jolin Tsai, who speaks for school campus ethics, Vincent Siew, who speaks for family and racial values and Changshou Yan on workplace ethics.

Brigitte Lin Ching Hsia's screen debut, "Outside the window", premiered in Taipei in late July after being banned for 35 years.

 
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