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Wife solicits peaceful recover for Fu Biao
By Echo Shan (chinadaily.com.cn)
Updated: 2004-09-09 11:26

Fu Biao's wife Zhang Qiufang solicits a peaceful recovering for her sick husband in an open letter to the mass media and shows sincere gratitude to those well-wishers.


The cartoon image of Fu Biao [baidu]
Fu Biao, the Beijing based comedy actor is now kept under intensive care after a liver transplant at the Hospital of Chinese Armed PoliceŁ¬says Zhang. In the letter, she asks for a halt of reports fabricating Fu's situation to assure an orderly treatment.

She adds that Fu is still receiving treatment, adding that no further information is available, as the hospital authorities' comments are not yet known.

Fu was admitted into the Hospital of Chinese Armed Police in late August and soon diagnosed with terminal liver cancer. "It's a sheer lightning bolt to our family as he showed no signs of illness." Zhang said in the letter.

Fu received a 13-hour operation on September 2 performed by three surgeons who reportedly later declared the operation successful.

In contrast to the wife's suppliant call for a stop to media's raids and stunts, swarm of reports, telling about Fu's present situation, mercilessly grasp headlines and the intensive care unit of the hospital is a mecca for showbiz journalists.


Fu Biao (L) and his wife Zhang Qiufang pose for a photo on a river bank in Beijing. [baidu]
A report on Sina, one of China's major portals, reads "Now Fu Biao can drink water and consume processed food. If his health situation remains stable for the next three days, he can leave the intensive care unit."

No one from the hospital could confirm this.

Fu Biao, who is 39 years old, made a name for himself as a performer with his integrity, optimism, professional dedication and solid acting skills. His performance in Feng Xiaogang's new year films such as Party A Party B and Sorry Baby as well as some popular TV series captivated countless audience members in China.



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