Who is karen mok dating
Produced by nu-jazz pioneer Bugge Wesseltoft, it mixes classics such as “Stormy Weather” and “My Funny Valentine” with jazz-tinged interpretations of pop songs, from the Beatles to Portishead, all with a subtle Chinese twist.Mok plays the guzheng, a classical Chinese instrument, throughout the album, which also features the 1930s Mandarin jazz classic “Ye Shanghai” (“Shanghai Night”).And yet, with the exception of a brief appearance in Around the World in 80 Days with Steve Coogan and Jackie Chan in 2004, Mok—who adopted the Chinese transliteration of her original family name, Morris, when she began her career in Asia—has made surprisingly few inroads into the global entertainment mainstream. Mok recently completed her first major role in a Hollywood movie—Man of Tai Chi, starring and codirected by Keanu Reeves.And this week sees the global release of her first English-language album, Somewhere I Belong.You normally sing in Mandarin, and you’re a big star in mainland China.How do the Chinese media perceive you, given your multiethnic heritage?ve is Karen Mok," which was just released on November 30.When singing a slow-rhythm love song, the 37-year-old singer announced that she had separated from 33-year-old Hong Kong singer-actor Stephen Fung early this year.
Half Chinese and a quarter Welsh, with German and Iranian ancestry, she plays three instruments and speaks four languages (English, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Italian).No person, organization and/or company shall reproduce, disseminate or broadcast the content in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of holds neither liability nor responsibility for materials attributed to any other source.The two had been dating for about nine years, according to the Web site Mok did not elaborate on reasons for the break-up except to say, "It wasn't for another person."claims the copyright of all material and information produced originally by our staff.