Michelle Yeoh made history
In 1997, when Michelle Yeoh was filming a fashion blockbuster, she overcame her fear of heights, hung Wia without any protective measures, and crossed Hollywood landmarks with a beautiful and free ballet posture. 24 years later, the 60-year-old Michelle Yeoh stepped onto the Oscar stage and won the Best Actress Award at the 95th Academy Awards. With the same elegant posture, she truly climbed to the top of Hollywood and made history.
Michelle Yeoh once said that Evelyn in Everything Everywhere All at Once was the role she rehearsed for all her life. Her life, as shown in the movie, constantly travels through multiple universes, with infinite possibilities and twists and turns. Michelle Yeoh has been learning ballet since she was a child, dreaming of becoming a ballet dancer, but her dream was shattered due to injury. Then she won the beauty pageant championship, then entered the Hong Kong film and television industry, became an actress, returned to the family after marriage, but divorced three years later, returned to the screen, broke through herself again, and became a benchmark female actor in the martial arts film industry where male stars dominate , a fight scene caused her to be seriously injured, and she almost gave up her acting career, but was discovered by Quentin and started to break into Hollywood. In the end, after 40 years of ups and downs, she finally became the first actress of Malaysian and Chinese descent in the history of Hollywood Oscars.
Michelle Yeoh's life is not always smooth and brilliant. However, every time she deviates from the track, she picks up the courage to start again, and continues to shine with her never-give-up attitude towards life and her independent and strong beliefs. Asian, female, and 60 years old are the labels given to Michelle Yeoh. But, she did it! It has been proved by strength that women should not be defined by others, regardless of their age, and start at any time to become their true and powerful selves.