March 16, 2018Jake Eng and Tosh Chan, plucked from obscurity among thousands of hopefuls, take on their first acting job playing Malaysia’s greatest badminton athlete in the biopic 'Lee Chong Wei: Rise Of The Legend'.
January 16, 2018Fans of Datuk Lee Chong Wei, here’s your chance to be one of the firsts in the nation to watch his biopic, Lee Chong Wei: Rise Of The Legend. It will be held on March 9 at Bukit Jalil National Stadium, Kuala Lumpur.
November 16, 2017How do you make a movie about Malaysia’s greatest ever badminton player? With a lot of effort, patience, and a LOT of shuttlecocks. The upcoming Lee Chong Wei film, took a total of three years to produce, including 50 days of filming. The filmmakers also went through 5,000 shuttlecocks during production, and when they opened auditions...
August 18, 2017The young stars of the seasonal Petronas short films are back again! This time around, the five multi-racial best friends are challenged by two "uncles" to try and beat them in a friendly badminton match.
Unknown to the kids, the men hogging the neighbourhood badminton court are none other than legendary Malaysian athletes Rashid...
October 6, 2016Malaysia's badminton stars Chan Peng Soon, Goh Liu Ying and Goh V Shem are making their acting debut in a local Chinese film.
The three Olympic athletes have cameo roles in Goodbye Mr Loser, a movie by local production company Asia Tropical Films.
Mixed doubles pair Chan and Liu Ying were seen shooting some scenes with Mediacorp...
September 10, 2016
Goh Liu Ying's life has always revolved around badminton. She started playing badminton at 10 and started training seriously at 13. It was tough – it has literally been all about badminton with little time to spend with family or friends.
“I left home to enroll at the Bukit Jalil Sports School when I was 13. Staying at the...
September 9, 2016
Hair and makeup by Anita Tang of A Cut Above
Clothes: Giorgio Armani, Fendi (white dress)
Life has changed drastically for Olympic silver medallist Goh Liu Ying. She was barely known before the 2016 Rio Olympics, but these days she is recognised everywhere she goes.