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Critics praise Zhang's portrayal of Gong'Er as the "best performance she's ever delivered in the history of her career." In 2014, Zhang starred in John Woo's romantic epic The Crossing, based on the true story of the Taiping steamer collision and follows six characters and their intertwining love stories in Taiwan and Shanghai during the 1930s.

Zhang plays a poor illiterate woman waiting for her soldier lover in 1930's Shanghai.

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; born 9 February 1979) is a Chinese actress and model. She later gained international recognition for her role in Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000), which was nominated for 10 Academy Awards.

While at this boarding school, she noticed how mean the other girls were to each other while competing for status amongst the teachers.

Zhang disliked the attitudes of her peers and teachers so much that, on one occasion, she ran away from the school.

On playing her first villain role, Zhang expressed that "the opportunity to sort of try and analyze the psyche of the character and get to know and pull out emotions I’ve never had to utilize before..very exciting." Zhang went back to the martial arts genre in House of Flying Daggers (2004), again by Zhang Yimou, where she starred along Takeshi Kaneshiro and Andy Lau.

She plays the blind dancing girl Mei, who despite the lack of eyesight, is a skilled fighter.

I know I have the ability to go deeper, to take on more original roles than that.

That's why I really appreciated Geisha, because it allowed us to show the world what kind of actors we are and what kind of characters we can play—not just action, kick-ass parts.

In 2012, Zhang starred next to Cecilia Cheung and Jang Dong-gun in the Chinese-Korean co-production Dangerous Liaisons, an adaptation of the French novel Les Liaisons dangereuses, narrating Shanghai of the 1930s.

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