Junior Officer Wu

Played by Anastasia Lin

Lin won Miss World Canada for 2015 and dedicated her life to religious freedom. Through her work as an international film star, sought-after model, and human rights activist, she has combined her personal passion for human rights with her professional talent to become a recognized voice in the human rights community. Those dual pursuits are reflected in her studies at the University of Toronto, where she double majors in International Relations and Theatre/Acting.

Fluent in English and Mandarin, as well as conversational Japanese, Anastasia has earned an extensive list of more than 20 credits in film and television. She is best known as the lead actress in the award-winning film Beyond Destiny (2010). It tells the inspirational story of courage and love transcending death and garnered both the Mexico International Film Festival’s Golden Palm Award and California’s Indie Fest Award of Merit.

Lin won Miss World Canada for 2015 and dedicated her life to religious freedom. Through her work as an international film star, sought-after model, and human rights activist, she has combined her personal passion for human rights with her professional talent to become a recognized voice in the human rights community. Those dual pursuits are reflected in her studies at the University of Toronto, where she double majors in International Relations and Theatre/Acting.

Fluent in English and Mandarin, as well as conversational Japanese, Anastasia has earned an extensive list of more than 20 credits in film and television. She is best known as the lead actress in the award-winning film Beyond Destiny (2010). It tells the inspirational story of courage and love transcending death and garnered both the Mexico International Film Festival’s Golden Palm Award and California’s Indie Fest Award of Merit.