Revisiting the life of Anita Mui, Hong Kong's most iconic female artiste

'Anita' is a fitting tribute to one of Hong Kong’s most famous daughters, though it does have some considerable flaws.

Has there ever been a Hong Kong artiste as iconic as Anita Mui?

From her signature deep vocals and her flamboyant onstage presence to her acclaimed roles in movies like Rouge and Justice My Foot, Mui was a once-in-a-lifetime generational talent that was not afraid to push the boundaries of what it meant to be an artiste.

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