Phnom Penh (FN), Sep. 27 – In August 2022, young female singer and actress Jocelyn Choi, who is also the cultural ambassador of Sunwah Group (Hong Kong), collaborated with the Hong Kong Underwater Performing Arts Association to produce an MV titled “A Fairytale under the Sea”. As the founding chairwoman of the Association, Jocelyn Choi is also the singer and the main actress in the MV.
Jocelyn Choi, along with the association’s professional staff including underwater photographers, trainers and diving instructors invested more than 32 hours of filming, more than 300 dives and 150 hours of editing for the MV. This is also the Association’s first underwater video, with the aim of contributing to the development of the underwater performing arts in Hong Kong.
Jocelyn Choi graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a major in English and is fluent in French. She has been acting since the age of 5 and has won many awards in Hong Kong and Mainland China. As a cultural ambassador of Sunwah Group, Jocelyn actively participates in many cultural and art projects and programs organized by the Group to further strengthen the friendship and cooperation between Hong Kong, China and other countries and regions in the world. She is currently in charge of managing Sunwah Film Innovation Center at Beijing Film Academy (China), and is a key member of many international charity organizations.
In 2017, she played Lili in “Forever Silence”, a Hong Kong Repertory production written and directed by Cheung Tat Ming. She was awarded the Talent Development Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement in Music and Performing Arts by the HKSAR Government. After starring in many commercials and short film productions, Jocelyn won her first leading role in “Love at Square” directed by Lester Chan. In 2017, she starred in “Fishing” as the lead actress and was nominated for the “Best Actress” award at the 12th Taiwan Golden Cane Film Festival. In 2018, Jocelyn teamed up with a number of celebrity stars in “Home With A View”, which also starred Louis Koo, Francis Ng, Anita Yuen and Cheung Tat Ming.