章子怡 Zhang ZiYi Nude Sunbathing at the Beach
China’s top actress Zhang Ziyi nude sunbathing topless and frolicking on a beach have appeared on the Internet, sending netizens in China wild on Tuesday. The pictures, taken by a Los Angeles-based paparazzi agency, showed Zhang on the Caribbean island of St Barts with her fiance, Israeli investor Vivi Nevo, last Friday.
Zhang was photographed in a red bikini reading a book, doing a bridge and even a splits on the sand. She took off her red bikini top and rolled down her bottom as she sun bathed and the photographs captured her lying topless beside her fiance. Fiance Vivi Nevo was also caught on camera grabbing her bottom and enthusiastically kissing the whole length of her back.
Lianhe Wanbao reported that Chinese Internet forums have been flooded with comments including critiques of her figure, and allegations that “she has forgotten she is Chinese”.
Okay, so, I think you’re really going to like these Zhang Ziyi topless bikini pictures on the beaches of St. Barth. Firstly because it’s Zhang Ziyi topless, and second, because her Israeli multi-millionaire boyfriend, Aviv Nevo has his face buried in her ass! Man, I knew Jews loved there Chinese food, but this is taking it to a whole new level.
This dude is totally eating some serious ass and she is totally loving it. The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon actress is making headlines all over the world for these topless/ass munching photos. Not to mention that this rich bastard is fingering the shit (figuratively) out of her in some of these pictures, this dude is my new hero. This dude is ass drilling her in pubic and I am sure he is getting some pussy too, how cool is that? I smell a scandal, lol.
Zhang Ziyi nude sunbathing topless in St. Bart’s (January 2009)
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Zhang Ziyi (Chinese: 章子怡, pinyin: Zhāng Zǐyí, born February 9, 1979, in Beijing, China) is one of the best-known Chinese film actresses, with a string of Chinese and international hits to her name. Zhang has been named one of the four most promising young film actresses (四小花旦) in China, along with Zhao Wei, Xu Jinglei, and Zhou Xun. She has worked with renowned directors such as Zhang Yimou, Ang Lee, Wong Kar-Wai, Chen Kaige, Seijun Suzuki and Rob Marshall.
At the age of 19, Zhang was offered her first role in Zhang Yimou’s The Road Home, which won the Silver Bear award in the 2000 Berlin Film Festival.
Zhang further rose to fame due to her role as the headstrong Jen (Chinese version: Xia Long) in the phenomenally successful Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, for which she won the Independent Spirit’s Best Supporting Actress Award and the Toronto Film Critics’ Best Supporting Actress Award. Zhang’s first appearance in an American movie was in Rush Hour 2, but because she didn’t speak English at the time, Jackie Chan had to interpret everything the director said to her. In the movie, her character’s name, “Hu Li,” is translated from Mandarin Chinese to “Fox”.
Zhang then appeared in Hero, with her early mentor Yimou, which was a huge success in the English-speaking world and an Oscar and a Golden Globe contender. Her next film was the avant-garde drama Purple Butterfly by Lou Ye, which competed at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. Zhang went back to the martial arts genre with House of Flying Daggers (十面埋伏), which earned her a Best Actress nomination from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.