“Crouching Tiger” actress says yes to proposal: media

 

 

 

Veteran Chinese rocker Wang Feng goes down on one knee to propose at Zhang Ziyi’s birthday

party he arranged on Saturday, ahead of the actress’s 36-year-old birthday, which falls

on Monday of February 9, 2015.

 

Wang takes an engagement ring from a basket delivered by a flying drone.

 

Wang speaks after his proposal is accepted by Zhang Ziyi. 

 

 

 

BEIJING  |  2015-02-08 13:35:45

 

“Crouching Tiger” actress

Zhang Ziyi

says yes to proposal

 

 

By Cheng Zhuo

 

 
Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, who starred in “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and “Memoirs of a Geisha,” reportedly accepted a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, Chinese rock star Wang Feng.

According to online media reports at major Chinese websites Netease, Tencent and Sina, Wang proposed at Zhang’s birthday party he arranged on Saturday, ahead of the actress’s 36-year-old birthday, which falls on Monday of February 9.

“We have experienced sweet times and bitter times, and I wish Ziyi great happiness. I hope that I have the chance to take care of you when we both get old,” the reports quoted Wang’s words to Zhang at the party.

With tears in her eyes, Zhang said “I do” to Wang’s proposal, the reports said.

On Sunday morning, the account “Xitubudui” on the microblogging service Sina Weibo, which is widely believed to be Zhang’s Weibo account, posted a picture of fireworks with the words “I do”, attracting thousands of comments within hours.

Wang, a popular musician and rock singer in China, was married twice before his relationship with Zhang. He announced divorce with his second wife in 2013.

 

 

 

Wang and Zhang pose for photos with Chinese singer Na Ying, Chinese-American singer

Leehom Wang and his wife at the party.

 

Wang and Zhang pose for photos with Chinese-American singer Leehom Wang and his wife.

 

Zhang is so happy to share her joy with friends invited to her birthday party.

 

On Sunday morning of February 8, the account “Xitubudui” on the microblogging service Sina Weibo,

which is widely believed to be Zhang’s Weibo account, posted a picture of fireworks with the words

“I do”, attracting thousands of comments within hours.   Screenshot – Internet

 

 

 

 

*  All photos on this webpage obtained from the Internet 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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