97 years ago, on Wednesday, the silent drama “The Toll of the Sea” was released in Hollywood, making Anna May Wong the first Asian-American actress to gain an international reputation. The legend was remembered in a Google doodle that went online today. As early as Gong Li, Zhang Ziyi, Chen Chong and other Chinese actresses in the international film industry 90 years ago, Anna May Wong as a Chinese actress, alone in Hollywood. She is the first Chinese actor in the world to make a name for herself in Hollywood.
Her career was long and rich, spanning silent films, tv dramas, stage plays and radio dramas. Huang Liuxuan occupies a seat on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and is one of three Chinese people outside of Jackie Chan, and the only Chinese woman, at 1708 Vine Street.
Born in 1905 in California, The Yellow Willow Frost, a third-generation Chinese-American immigrant, his father ran a laundry room, liked to perform from an early age, and ran a dragon suit in the film at a young age. In 1922, he was shot to fame for his performance in the silent drama The Passing of the Sea. Her other masterpieces include 1929’s “Piccadilly”, “Shanghai Express” and 1931’s “Dragon Girl.”