Memory Dissection tells the narrative of Zhang Xiner (Guo Caijie), a little girl who was badly traumatized after accidently seeing the murder scene where her parents were slain when she was 10 years old. Her growth was accompanied by this awful recollection that would never be forgotten. The prominent biological scientist Professor Dong (played by Guo Jinglin) was entrusted by Zhang Xiner's guardian counselor Liu Mei (played by Liu Xuehua) to assist her remodel her memory and cut her anguish using the process of cutting memory. How will Zhang Xin'er deal with all of this in the end? The original smooth memory cutting experiment, but one after another accidents and loss of control, when the truth begins to surface, how will Zhang Xin'er deal with all of this?
She is a Taiwanese singer and actress who specializes in Mandopop. Kuo earned a bachelor's degree in social work from National Taipei University in 2008.
Kuo makes her acting debut in the music video for Taiwanese singer Tank's song When We Were Young, off her first album Fighting.
Stefanie Sun's Rainy Day music video and F.I.R's music video both included her. Nicholas Teo's album, The Moment Of Silence, featured her in the song "This Is Love."
Warner Music Taiwan has also published three solo Mandarin CDs by Kuo. Kuo was nominated for the 45th Golden Bell Awards in 2010 for her part in The Happy Times of That Year, for which she received a nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Television Series. For her part in Au Revoir Taipei, she won Best New Actor at the 12th Taipei Film Festival in 2010.
Despite being a Shandong native, Liu Xue Hua is a well-known Hong Kong actress. The 5-year-old was born in Beijing in 1959 and moved to Hong Kong with her family when she was five years old. She began studying Chinese painting when she was 12 years old.
In 1978, she was employed by the Hong Kong film studio Great Wall, and her acting career began in 1982, when she was transferred to the Shaw Brothers movie agency.