While Mr. Skin has only one nudity credit for Hong Kong actress King-Tan Yuen, the slim brunette is actually quite prolific in her homeland, racking up over 160 credits in her 30-year acting history. On television, she starred in the series Vampire Expert in 1995, played Yan Sap-neung in Honour of the Gods in 2001; and was in the cast of The Legend of Young Justice Bao in 2020. On the silver screen, the lithe and lean Chinese beauty, known for her comedic chops as well as drama moves, has made a name for herself playing the role of Chun Dai/Chun Li in Future Cops(1993), Madame in Last Hero in China (1993), and Madam in Forbidden City Cop (1996) (guess they think she looks like a madam (with an e or without one). She also appeared as Sally Wong in Ghost Story ‘Godmother of Mongkok’(1997), Mamassan Yuen in Electrical Girl (2001), Dealer in Kung Fu Mahjong 2 (2005), Clementine in On His Majesty’s Secret Service (2009), Aunt in The Palace (2013), Mrs. Leung in An Inspector Calls (2015), and Momoko in Lost in Hong Kong (2015). As for that Mr. Skin credit, it’s A Chinese Torture Chamber Story (1994), a bizarre little movie of sadism and softcore skintilation. King-Tan plays Nanny, who has a small, white bowl, steaming hot, placed over her naked breast while she makes wincing and puckered faces. When the bowl is removed, there’s nothing but red and flushed flesh. Weird, yes, but as Mr. Skin always says, a breast is a breast, even if it’s all kinds of angry red.