Chinese movie actresses deceased in Cancer

Here are 2 famous actresses from China died in Cancer:

Kong Duen-yee

Kong Duen-yee (November 27, 2014 Beijing-November 27, 1966 Hong Kong) also known as Duanyi Jiang, Yee Mui, Qi Mei or Mui Yee was a Chinese actor and preacher.

Kong Duen-yee began his career as a Cantonese opera performer and later transitioned to acting in films. He appeared in over 70 films, including "The Love Eterne" and "The Kingdom and the Beauty". In addition to his successful acting career, Kong Duen-yee was also a Christian preacher and was known for his philanthropy work. He founded the Kong Duen Yee Medical Foundation and the Kong Duen Yee Education Foundation, which provide medical care and education support for the underprivileged in Hong Kong and mainland China. Kong Duen-yee passed away on November 27, 1966, his 50th birthday.

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Chien Yu

Chien Yu (May 25, 1942 Tianjin-April 10, 2000 Hong Kong) a.k.a. Chi-ling Ke, Qian Yu, Angela Yu Chien or Angela Yu Ching was a Chinese actor.

Chien Yu began her acting career in Taiwan in the 1960s before ultimately transitioning to Hong Kong cinema in the 1970s. She appeared in over 100 films throughout her career, including several martial arts films where she often played roles as the lead female character or antagonist. Chien Yu's most famous role was in the 1972 film "The Fourteen Amazons" where she played one of the titular warriors. She was awarded the Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1975 for her role in "The Empress Dowager". Chien Yu passed away in 2000 at the age of 57 due to lung cancer.

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