Bosco and myolie dating
The same serial was also what sparked her ongoing rumours with co-star Bosco Wong.
In 2007, Myolie was paired with Mainland actor Feng Shao Feng in the TVB-CCTV joint production The Drive Of Life. She also starred as Chow Lai-Man in the second installment of War of In-Laws, Wars of In-Laws II in same year.
By summer of 2015, Myolie left TVB to explore new avenues.
In her schooling days, Myolie received high school education in Boarding School at Methodist College Belfast, Northern Ireland.
She later returned to Hong Kong and attended the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, majoring in Biochemistry.
During her first year in university, Myolie took part the Miss Hong Kong pageant in 1999 and clinched second runner-up.
This is because she grew up speaking Shanghainese in her family.
An indirect sequel with the same cast and crew, The Seventh Day, came out February 2008.She was crowned "TV Queen" at the 2011 TVB Anniversary Awards after being awarded Best Actress in a Leading Role for her role in Curse of the Royal Harem and My Favorite Female Character for her role in Ghetto Justice.She was also voted by the audience as the Most Extraordinary Elegant Actress (Bosco Wong won the male equivalent) during the awards, making her the first ever TVB actress to win 3 awards at the same award ceremony.She continued to film her second Mainland series Happy Mother-in-Law, Pretty Daughter-in-Law as lead actress the same year and gained widespread popularity in Mainland China.
She also filmed her third Mainland drama Racecourse alongside boyfriend Bosco Wong in late 2010.Shortly afterward, she signed on to TVB as a full-time contracted artiste and withdrew from school.In her early years, Myolie started out as supporting characters in television serials.Her acting began to gain recognition through her breakthrough performance in Golden Faith, in which she portrayed the mentally challenged younger sister of Gallen Lo.