Taiwanese actress Shu Qi (??) and Hong Kong actor and singer Stephen Fung (???), who have known each other for 20 years, announced Saturday that they have tied the knot and plan to "be entangled with each other for a lifetime."
In a marriage announcement note posted online, the couple wrote that "Yes, our marriage is this simple. Yes, our wedding gowns are this casual. Yes, we made our decision this suddenly."
The couple, who have been in a relationship for four years, said they will not hold a wedding or party.
They have, however, released several wedding photos, which show the couple in various lively and playful poses.
Shu, 40, shot to fame in Hong Kong in the 1990s after her role in an erotic film by Hong Kong director Wong Jing.
In 2005, she won a Golden Horse Award for best lead actress for her performance in Taiwan director Hou Hsiao-hsien's film "Three Times." She remained the second most-nominated actress in the Golden Horse best lead actress category, behind only actress Sylvia Chang.
Earlier this year, Shu won the best actress award at the Asian Film Awards for her role as an assassin in Hou's Tang Dynasty martial arts film "The Assassin."
Fung, 42, meanwhile, has starred in dozens of films since the 1990s. He also wrote and directed a number of films, including "Heroes in Love," "Enter the Phoenix" and "House of Fury."
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel