Zhou Xun
The 5th International Jury of Tiantan Award

  Zhou Xun is a renowned Chinese Actress, Singer, and Environmental Advocate.
  Her feature film credits include the likes of Suzhou River, Perhaps Love, The Banquet, Painted Skin, The Equation of Love and Death, The Message, The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, The Great Magician, The Silent War, Cloud Atlas, Overheard 3, and Women Who Know How to Flirt Are the Luckiest. Noted television credits include: “Palace of Desire”, “April Rhapsody” , “Ripening Orange”, “Love Story in Shanghai” , and “Red Sorghum.”
  She has appeared in a total of 55 motion picture and television productions (9 television shows and 26 feature films) since her debut, and has accrued 17 Best Actress accolades and one Best Supporting Actress award from the likes of the Paris Film Festival, the Asian Film Awards, the Chinese Film Media Awards and The People's Hundred Flower Award. She is to-date the only Mainland Chinese actress to receive a Hong Kong Film Award in the Best Supporting Actress category, as well as the first artiste to receive Best Actress accolades from all three top film awards in Chinese-Language Cinema: Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards, Hong Kong's Hong Kong Film Awards, and Mainland China's Golden Rooster Awards.
  Zhou Xun has also been an ardent advocate for the environmental cause, using her international fame to spread “green ideas” to everyone in every corner of the world. In 2010, she was named the 2010 Laureate of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) 's Champions of the Earth along with ten other environmentalists, becoming the first entertainer in the world to receive this honor. In the same year, Zhou Xun was named one of CNN’s “ 25 Greatest Asian Actors ”. In 2011, Zhou was inducted into the World Economic Forum's “Forum of Young Global Leaders”, once again as the first Asian entertainer to receive this honor. She was also selected as the 2011 Ambassador for the China-Euro Youth Exchange Year. In 2014, the French Government honored Zhou with The Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Order of Arts and Letters), in recognition of her achievement and contribution in film, environment and culture communication fields. July of the same year,the “ONE NIGHT charity concert for Children with Special Needs” initiated by the Zhou Xun Workshop sought to raise money for the "Focus on the Nine Kinds of Children With Special Needs Project",ultimately generating over three million dollars RMB.