Amidst Vincent Zhao ( 赵文卓) and Donnie Yen’s (甄子丹) war of words, Shu Qi (舒淇) vouched for Donnie’s integrity. Little did she realize that irate netizens would re-circulate her old nude photos in retaliation. Shu Qi was photographed crying in a park earlier and finally deleted over 1,000 of her Weibo blog messages. Breaking her silence on March 27th, Shu Qi communicated with her fan site, Shuqilive.com, that she was doing better. She even thanked the people who have hurt her, allowing her to deal with the situation and improve herself.
In a message filled with gratitude to her fans, Shu Qi referred to herself in the third person, “she”: “Please feel assured that she is doing fine. Of course, there are times when it is not fine too. I can guarantee that she is grateful towards the people who have hurt her. This is the only way that will allow her to constantly learn and grow. Although this stage is a bit painful for her…but it will pass. Isn’t life about improvement?”
In her message, Shu Qi indicated that she has witnessed much turbulence over the last 17 years of her career. She was grateful towards the people who have helped her, as well as her own luck, apparently surprised at how far she has traveled in life. Referring to her past as a Category III actress, Shu Qi noted, “This is not a scar, but rather an evolving journey. I think she is proud…without falling and incurring injuries, it would not be possible to have such a fruitful personal history.”
Shu Qi admitted that she did feel slightly weak at this moment, but asked for more time before gathering strength and living a better life ahead. “Thank you to all the people who have sent her blessings…. Very quickly, she will become a heroine! She will put in her best efforts! Do not worry about her!”
It was apparent that Shu Qi’s message was full of gratitude regarding her own professional and personal journey. Her message remained hopeful that while her past was a part of her, life was a constantly evolving journey in which she looked forward to a better future. She added that the Weibo community was overall a good place to share and connect with other people. Shu Qi hoped that in the future, people will be able to settle their differences without fighting.
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Jayne: Shu Qi’s message to her fans was very gracious. She did not apologize for her past and did not make any excuses, but rather focused on her own responsibilities in carving a better future and personal happiness. Quite refreshing, rather than to see more angry words thrown about over the situation.