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Taiwanese actress Ady An gifted with HKD600 million worth of villas by husband

Mr Chan, who is in his early 40s, apparently is a hands-on husband, including giving An massages when she was pregnant and cutting her nails.

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Taiwanese actress Ady An’s husband knows how to win her heart.

Last September during her 38th birthday Levo Chan bought her a diamond necklace that costs HK$15 million (SGD$2.7 million)

Chan who is the chief executive of Tak Chun Group which owns and operates gaming clubs in hotels has bought her four villas in Macau that collectively cost HK$600 million.

According to the HK01 portal, the purchases are a reward for An, who has wound down her acting career to start a family, with her giving birth to a boy in July this year.

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The couple married in 2017 after Mr Chan courted her discreetly over fears that their romance could jeopardise her career.

Mr Chan, who is in his early 40s, apparently is a hands-on husband, including giving An massages when she was pregnant and cutting her nails.

But he will have a tougher and busier time helping her to take care of the four villas.
Ady An made her acting debut in 2000 in the drama Mala Xianshi.
She became successful in 2004 after starring in the youth idol drama The Outsiders opposite Dylan Kuo, after which she chose to develop her acting career in mainland China.
During the same year she starred in Chinese Paladin, an adaptation of the action RPG The Legend of Sword and Fairy which increased her recognition in China.

Ady An also played many roles in both Chinese and Taiwanese TV dramas such as The Legend of Hero (2005), The Great Revival (2006), Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain (2006).

In 2006, she starred in Fast Track Love, the first race-car series in mainland China.

In 2008, she starred in the republican drama Yun Niang alongside Feng Shaofeng and Leanne Liu, which achieved #1 in ratings upon its premiere on SMG.

The following year, she signed with Huayi Brothers, and was chosen to play the role of Zhao Min in the television series The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber, an adaptation of the novel of the same title by Louis Cha.

In the same year, An also returned to Taiwanese screens, starring as Liang Mucheng alongside Vanness Wu in Autumn’s Concerto, which became the second highest rated Taiwanese idol television drama to date.

 

 

 

 

 

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