She also received the Best Actress award at the Asian Film Festival with her role in the movie Lost in Beijing. Alpha Kappa Alpha 1908 AKA Blessed Black. The film was nominated at the Berlin Film Festival but was banned in China later for sensitive scenes. In 2008, she opened an art school in Beijing but in fact it was run by her parents. She and her colleagues in her own company also produced the first drama, Yen Chi Tuyet, adapted from a novel of the same name, in which she portrayed a poor girl who was sold to a family with power, and fought against fate. In 2009, she produced the film Kim Dai Ban adapted from the novel by writer Bach Tien Dung, telling about the life of a beautiful dancer. In 2010, she appeared in director Wang Xiaoshi’s Chongqing film, Mei Zi, was nominated and screened at the Cannes Film Festival 63.