Veteran actress Shu Qi was named best actress at Taiwan's Golden Horse movie awards Sunday
Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards was held Sunday and several names came up to bring home the prestigious award. Among the many winners was Shu Qi who was named Best Actress for her performance in "Three Times," a sensual examination of three love affairs in three different eras. As of the film itself, it won Best Taiwanese Film and Best Film by a Taiwanese Filmmaker.
Stephen Chow, in addition, won Best Director for his "Kung Fu Hustle" which also was a big winner at the event, taking home five trophies, including Best Film at the Oscar equivalent for Chinese-language cinema. Meanwhile, Hong Kong's Aaron Kwok won Best Actor for his performance in the film "Divergence," in which he played an emotionally troubled police officer obsessed with his missing wife.