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Web celebrity and actor Mike Sui performs in accents from different parts of the world in 12-minute short film he produced last year. He works on the production of the video. In the film, some social issues such as high housing prices are highlighted. [PhotoChina Daily]
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Beijing-based Web celebrity and actor Mike Sui recently drew wide public attention with a short film.

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Born in the United States, Sui moved to Beijing at the age of 7 because of his parents' work, and learned Mandarin in primary school. He returned to the US when he was 15 and moved to Beijing again in 2005.

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It took only two days to shoot the short film in January last year, but Sui didn't unveil it online until a month ago. "You need the audience to be in the same mood. I put the video online in January 2015 because it's time to go home and celebrate Spring Festival with families. The train will remind them of that too," he says.

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Other than making online short films and working on commercials, Sui works for Chinese TV serials and in movies. He played the second lead in a romance movie by Hong Kong director Jingle Ma, and it will premiere later this year.

"I'm at an awkward moment when people say I'm still an Internet celebrity. It's important to take it to the next level to be mainstream."

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