|Birth Name||Tsui Siu Fung|
Mini Bio (1)
Paula Tsui was born on January 1, 1949 in Wuhan, Hubei, China. She has done a few movies in Hong Kong during her show business career, but is more well-known as a popular singer. She is known for wearing voluminous gowns during her concerts.
A concert Tsui threw in 1987 in front of a wide Hong Kong audience was one of her more memorable performances, singing scores of her hits and wearing dozens of gowns. At that concert, she sang a rendition of French singer Bezu's song "Ali Baba" in Cantonese as children paraded around the stage. Another one of her more popular covered songs was her rendition of Freddy Fender's "Before the Next Teardrop Falls."
Tsui's first album, Autumn Night, was produced in 1969, and her last major album was Tears of Civilization, produced in 1990. She worked with notable recording companies such as Sony Records and Polygram, and also worked with television networks TVB and Asia Television Ltd.
Tsui spent most of her life in private in the 1990s to early 2000s. But, she returned to the big screen in 2006, appearing in a Hong Kong movie called, "The Shopaholics."
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Oliver Chu