A film star is wanted! 演员招募!

A professional video team of a well-known Swiss Financial Institution is looking for a Chinese male person that portrays a man playing chess in a film.


Time: 11th Sep 2019, Wednesday, starting at 20:00

Place: the region of Solothurn

Duration: 6-8 hours

Transportation will be provided from Zürich if needed.

Payment: is very well



  • a Chinese male
  • interesting presence/ good look
  • under 40
  • Acting skills are not necessary.
  • There will be no dialog in the video, but need to be able to communicate in German, English or French with film director.


If you are interested please send a short text and your photo to:

Film director Tobias


+41 79 935 24 73 (Message / WhatsApp)













  • 男性
  • 长相好
  • 年龄在40岁以下
  • 演技不是必须,但是如果有就更好。
  • 视频中没有对话。但要求演员会用英文,德语或者法语能和导演沟通。



Film director Tobias


+41 79 935 24 73 (Message / WhatsApp)


Über 瑞士中国人

Hong Zhang was born in North China. In 1999, she graduated with a Master degree in Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, and was honored the Top 10 Students Award. After her studies, she worked as a journalist in the PR department of the Shenyang TV station. In 1999, she came to Switzerland for a doctoral position at the ETH Zürich Turbomachinery laboratory (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology). She completed a BSc in Computer Science at ETH Zürich in 2007. During her studies at ETH, Hong worked as a free-lance journalist for the online-newspaper Swissinfo.org and as a part-time technical interpreter for Alstom Power. She started her professional career as a business analyst at Avaloq in Zürich in 2008. After working as salesperson in Bucherer Luzern and Kirchhofer Interlaken, she follows her career path at SwissLife in December 2011. She is always interested in integration of foreigners into local life. In Feburary 2011 she becomes a member in foreign advisory board (Ausländerbeirat Zürich) of Zürich Government for the period of 2011-2014. Now she works for the Zürich government for integration courses. And after working 5 years as a volunteer for Chinese Union of Zürich, she founded together with other board members the non-profit organisation Chinese Community in Switzerland, helping Chinese people to integrate more actively into Swiss society.
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