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Published by korean_fan
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I知 an actress and model and was recently crowned 3rd Runner Up in Miss World Singapore 2014. The entire Miss World Singapore Journey had been an exciting and rewarding one. I not only gained some publicity, but memories and experiences that will last with me a lifetime.
Being in the Entertainment and Media industry for less than a year, I知 glad of my achievements so far for a fresh face like me. I will continue to work harder and do all it takes to realize my dreams. Setbacks and Criticisms will not bring me down, but rather I値l emerge stronger and better.

I quit my stable government job in December 2013 to pursue my passion and endless dreams. It has been a tough decision to make but I have never once regretted following my heart. Even when my mind tells me to give up, it has been my heart and willpower who inspired me to fight on. The 1st year of my road to stardom was not a bed of roses, but I must say I知 happy to be where I am now, and I will not stop here. In fact this is only the beginning of Greater Things. -*Live Your Dreams*~





















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By korean_fan on 8th December 2014, 09:48 PM
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S'pore beauty queen still proud of baring body in R21 film despite negative reaction -- here's why



She has been called cheap, fame-hungry and just plain trashy on her Facebook page.

Men have been messaging her, asking for sex.

Even her parents are angry with her for taking on such a racy role.

But local actress Angeline Yap (right), who has taken off all her clothes in the upcoming local thriller Lang Tong, has no regrets.

The 27-year-old, whose acting credits include the yet-to-be-released indie drama 1400, insisted that she would do it again, given the chance.

Yap’s notorious role in the Sam Loh-directed movie has been the talk of the town since the trailer was released recently as part of this year’s Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF), which kicked off two days ago.

The 1ス-minute trailer, which has garnered over 230,000 views on YouTube, gives a graphic glimpse into the movie’s themes of sex, violence and murder.

Yap, the lead actress, is seen topless in the trailer in some steamy sex scenes, including one with actress Elizabeth T.

Since the trailer came out, Yap, who finished in the top five in this year’s Miss World Singapore, said that strange men have started propositioning her for sex.

She said: “There are many netizens who message me online to ask me out or ask for sex and I’ve turned them down.

“I’ve also had dodgy photographers and film-makers contact me about doing photoshoots and movies for them, I’ve also turned them down.”

Worse still, she has been called a lot of names on her Facebook page.

But even though the online criticism has hurt, the actress stands by her decision to bare it all for the movie.

She wrote previously on her Facebook page: “Just because no one is daring enough, it doesn’t mean it can’t be done...

“It only shows that I’m strong and brave enough.”

In an interview with The New Paper on Thursday, Yap gave another insight into the reason for her courage: Her battle with anorexia.

Having almost died from the disorder in her teenage years, the actress believes that her decision to bare her body is proof that she has conquered her fears.

Yap had also just ended a six-year relationship with her boyfriend last year when she was asked to audition for Lang Tong.

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The painful break-up had pushed her to face her demons as it was the first time she had been single since she recovered from anorexia.

“Recovering from anorexia for me was a miracle in itself,” said the 1.64m-tall Yap, who weighed a mere 33kg when she was 15.

“As someone who hated my body and had low self-esteem, I’ve proven to myself that I am not ashamed of my body any more by being brave enough to bare it all in a film.”

Yap said: “I hope other women who are struggling to love themselves will one day realise that everyone is beautiful in her own way.”

Yap, who started recovering from the eating disorder only when she was 21 and now weighs a healthy 47kg, said: “I am not asking other people to go out and accept these roles. I am proud to say that I did this (starring in Lang Tong) for me.”

In the movie, which is Cantonese for “nice soup”, Yap plays lesbian femme fatale Li Er who has always blamed her older sister Li Ling (Vivienne Tseng) for her mother’s death.

Her character hatches a plot to seduce her sister’s womanising conman boyfriend Zach (William Lawandi) and get him to murder Li Ling.

Tickets are sold out for the Dec 13 SIFF screening and a commercial release date is still in discussion.

Yap admitted that when she was filming a shower sex scene with Lawandi, she was still self-conscious about her body and kept asking the director if she looked fat.

She said: “But I tried to control my insecurities and focus on the scene, and after a while, I was okay.

“So many people kept saying that I was doing it for the fame.

“When I accepted this film, the director had told me that it wasn’t confirmed that the nude scenes would make the cut.

“He had also produced this film with the international market in mind. So it came as a surprise that it made it past the Singapore censors uncut, with a R21 rating.

“So how was I stripping for fame when initially, nothing was a guarantee? That doesn’t even make any sense.”

After accepting the role, the National University of Singapore communications and new media graduate quit her “government job” to pursue acting full-time as it was her childhood dream.

She did not tell her parents about her role in Lang Tong and they were upset when they read reports about her nude scenes a few days ago.

Said Yap: “They were very angry and they scolded me.

“I explained to them why I did it and even got my co-stars to talk to them.

“They said they were just worried about me. I told them not to worry because I won’t be taking up such roles again, unless it’s some big Hollywood film.

“I’m the sensible type. I’m very careful about what I choose to do.”

As someone who hated my body and had low self-esteem, I’ve proven to myself that I am not ashamed of my body any more by being brave enough to bare it all in a film.

This article was published on Dec 6 in The New Paper.

http://www.lollipop.sg/content/spore...tion-heres-why
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By devilgenemugen on 8th December 2014, 09:50 PM
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Wow there is a thread about her her photo with Li Nanxing is Li Nan xing must be steaming
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