Bruneian model, actor, and musician Wu Chun who shot to fame in China, Taiwan and Brunei is now heading to Melbourne for a short trip to meet Australian fans.
Chun, who is also a partner and ambassador of Royal Stacks Beijing, will greet fans at Royal Stacks Collins Street on Saturday 16th March between 12pm – 2pm, where guests can also enjoy complimentary burgers during this time.
Nicknamed ‘The Prince of Brunei’ Wu Chun was educated at RMIT University in Melbourne. Today, Chun is the official ambassador for Royal Brunei Air, Lancôme, Land Rover and Giorgio Armani.
Wu Chun rose to fame as one of the four members of the Mandopop boy band ‘Fahrenheit.’ The actor first came in the spotlight with the debut of ‘Fahrenheit’ in 2005, before leaving the band to focus on his acting career. He has appeared in a number of high-profile Taiwanese TV projects such as ‘Tokyo Juliet’ and ‘Sunshine Angel.’ He has also appeared in movies such as ‘Guardians of the Tomb’ and ‘Lady of the Dynasty.’
Chun fell in love with Royal Stacks when visiting Australia and was excited to help bring the brand back home to China. They have become his favourite burger and he felt it’s the right time to introduce Aussie burgers and Melbourne hospitality to China.
Wu Chun meet and greet
Saturday 16 March, 12pm – 2pm
470 Collins Street
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