Xu Qing

Xu Qing (born January 22, 1969), known also as Summer Qing, is a Chinese actress. She was accepted into the acting class of Beijing Film Academy in 1988. She made her debut in the 1990 film Life on a String, directed by Chen Kaige. She graduated from Beijing Film Academy in 1992, and in that year, she was nominated for the Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actress. On November 30, 2009, Xu became a contracted artiste under the talent agency Huayi Brothers. She portrayed Soong Ching-ling in the 2009 Chinese historical film The Founding of a Republic. Xu played the wife of Bruce Willis’s character in the 2012 film Looper.

Poster for the movie "The Founding of a Republic"

The Founding of a Republic

The Founding of a Republic is a Chinese historical film commissioned by China’s film regulator and made by the state-owned China Film Group (CFG) to mark the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph.

Poster for the movie "Agreed Not to Separate"

Agreed Not to Separate

A famous wandering sports commentator suffering from a marriage crisis flashes back – in a mental Moviola – to his three-year marriage, his loved-hated wife, their little boy’s birth and his rival, seeking some however temporary solution.

Poster for the movie "Mr. Six"

Mr. Six

Many years ago Mr. Six was a notorious gangster. That was back when there was still such a thing as honour among thieves, when criminals earned respect and maintained principles. These days Mr. Six is all but forgotten, a living relic residing in a narrow alley. One day Six’s son, Xiaobo, is abducted by some spoiled punks after he scratches their precious Ferrari. Mr. Six realizes that he must do whatever it takes to get … Read more

Poster for the movie "The Founding of a Republic"

The Founding of a Republic

The Founding of a Republic is a Chinese historical film commissioned by China’s film regulator and made by the state-owned China Film Group (CFG) to mark the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph.

Poster for the movie "Flash Point"

Flash Point

Detective Sergeant Ma Jun, known for dispensing his own brand of justice during arrests, teams up with an undercover cop, Wilson, to try and bring down three merciless Vietnamese brothers running a smuggling ring in the months before mainland China’s takeover of Hong Kong. Jun pursues the gang tirelessly, sometimes ignoring police protocols. A showdown is inevitable!

Poster for the movie "The Emperor's Shadow"

The Emperor’s Shadow

Epic drama about China’s first emperor (221 BC) who struggles to make his childhood best friend, now China’s greatest composer, succumb to his will and compose a grand anthem to his exploits.