Fan Bingbing dines with Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan and his family in KL

Fan Bingbing (left) dined with Tan Sri Vincent Tan and family recently. Photo: Chryseis Tan/Instagram

Chinese movie star Fan Bingbing recently dined with Berjaya Corp Bhd founder and advisor Tan Sri Vincent Tan and his family in Kuala Lumpur.

In an Instagram update on Thursday (June 20), Chryseis Tan, the daughter of Vincent Tan, shared five photos from the gathering and warmly welcomed Fan to the city.

Also present for the occasion were Fan's mother and Chryseis' husband SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin.

“Lovely meeting Fan Bingbing & her mum! Welcome to KL!” she captioned her post.

Chryseis also said in an Instagram Story that she "can't wait to try" the beauty products Fan had gifted her.

Fan, 42, was recently in Melaka to fulfil her duties as the state’s Friendship Tourism Ambassador 2024. She took on the role on June 14.

During her time in the city, Fan held meet-and-greet sessions, enjoyed various cuisines and visited various cultural and heritage sites.

Statistics from WeChat indicate that the term “Melaka” saw over 320 million searches on the Chinese social media platform over two days following Fan’s appointment as ambassador.

Fan is known for her performance in The Empress Of China and X-Men: Days Of Future Past.

She was named the highest-paid celebrity in the Forbes China Celebrity 100 list from 2013 to 2017 and was listed by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential individuals in 2017.

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