Ming Dao 明道

Ming Dao

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Last Name:
Ming
First Name:
Dao
English Name:
Ethnic Name:
明道
Real Name:
Lin Chao Zhang 林朝章
Ethnicity:
Taiwanese
Date of Birth:
February 26, 1980
Place of Birth:
Taiwan
Height:
180cm
Weight:
72kg
Blood Type:
O
Profession:
Actor, Singer, Model
Hobbies:

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Biography

Ming Dao was born February 26, 1980 in the Republic of China, Taiwan. He is most notably recognized in Asia as an actor, singer, and model. He started off his career as a model, modelling for advertising companies and appearing in music videos. He found his first gig as a host in a popular show called The King of Adventure in 2002. From there his career boomed. He received an award for best host at the Taiwan Golden Bell Award in 2002. His other main achievement was his involvement in the drama called "The Prince who turned into a Frog." It was was 2nd highest rated drama in Taiwan at the time and gained notoriety in all of Asia. Currently he is working on a piece called Always Smile where he plays a character called Liang Yu Fang.


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Filmography

Beauty World 2011 as Ming Chong Yan / Ming Yi (Chinese TV Series)

Knock Knock Loving You 2009 (Taiwanese Dramas)

Ying Ye 3 Jia 1 2008 as Yang Jia Jiang (Taiwanese Dramas)

Angel Lover 2007 (Taiwanese Dramas)

The Magicians of Love 2006 (Taiwanese Dramas)

The Prince Who Turns Into A Frog 2005 (Taiwanese Dramas)

Le Robe De Mariage Des Cieux 2004 (Taiwanese Dramas)



Ming Dao News:

Sorting cancer cells with sound waves
Mumbai Mirror - Aug 26, 2014

This is a most gentle way to separate cells, and there's no artificial labeling necessary," says Ming Dao, one of the senior authors of the paper, which appears this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers have ...


Sound waves separate tumor and blood cells
Medical News Today - Aug 28, 2014

Sound waves offer a way to sort cells without having to expose them to chemicals or damaging forces, as co-senior author of the new study, Dr. Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, explains:.


Tilted acoustic tweezers separate cells gently
Nanowerk - Aug 25, 2014

"The tilted-angle standing surface acoustic waves method has the least disturbance or disruption to the living cells being separated compared to other available methods so far," said Ming Dao, principal research scientist, materials science and ...


Dime-Sized Device May Predict Cancer Metastasis
Med Device Online (press release) - Sep 4, 2014

“Acoustic pressure is very mild and much smaller in terms of forces and disturbance to the cell,” said Ming Dao, a principal research scientist in MIT's department of materials science and engineering, in a recent MIT News article. “This is a most ...


Separating cells with sound
Laboratory Talk - Sep 5, 2014

“Acoustic pressure is very mild and much smaller in terms of forces and disturbance to the cell,” said MIT Department of Materials Science and Engineering principal research scientist Ming Dao. “This is a most gentle way to separate cells, and there's ...


Sound Waves For Separating Cells To Aid In Cancer Research
Angle Chronicle - Aug 31, 2014

According to Ming Dao, one of the researchers involved in the study, said, 'Acoustic pressure is very mild and much smaller in terms of forces and disturbance to the cell. This is a most gentle way to separate cells, and there's no artificial labeling ...


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