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— announced the birth of her first child, a baby girl, with her rocker husband, Wang Feng, on Monday, Dec. "December 27th, 2015," Zhang captioned a sweet snapshot of herself and her husband, 44, holding their newborn daughter's tiny fingers on the Chinese social media site Weibo. With the birth of this little life, we have our own family. It will be Zhang's first marriage and Wang's third.
"My parents sent me to study dance so I could build my muscles," she recalled. They were worried about my health." Enrolled in a secondary school affiliated with Beijing Dancing College, she continued to polish her dancing skills during her four-years study there, even amazingly grabbed the Chinese Folk Dance Taoli Cup at the 4th Annual National Young Dancer Competition held in 1994.
Dating for two years, Zhang Ziyi (章子怡) and 43-year-old rock musician Wang Feng (汪峰) are ready to take the next step towards marriage.
Zhang is known for being a "Yimou Girl", as she frequently collaborated with director Zhang Yimou.
Zhang is best known for her appearances in Rush Hour 2 (2001), Hero (2002), House of Flying Daggers (2004), 2046 (2004) and The Banquet (2006).
Wang Feng has two daughters, one from a previous relationship and another from a marriage.
Zhang went back to the martial arts genre in House of Flying Daggers (2004), again by Zhang Yimou, where she starred along Takeshi Kaneshiro and Andy Lau.
Zhang, who turned 36 on Monday, was celebrating her forthcoming birthday on Saturday when a white drone flew toward her at the party.
Her boyfriend Wang Feng, a Chinese rock singer and composer, retrieved an engagement ring from inside the drone and then got down on one knee and popped the question.
"Witnessed by all, we have experienced happiness and sorrow. If we both are old, I can still take care of you," said Wang, according to Chinese media reports.
Wang reposted Zhang's answer five hours later on his own microblog and wrote: "Thank you for giving me a complete life. From now on, we will grow old hand in hand." The actress catapulted to stardom in the West with the Oscar-nominated "Crouching Tiger.
Zhang plays a country girl who was in love with her teacher, and won the Best Actress Award at the 2000 Hundred Flowers Awards for her one of the most well-known Asian actresses in the West.