| ||Legendary film star and singer.
In the early 1950s, Bai Guang retired from music and film and lived in Kuala Lumpur until per passing in 1999.
On her tomb in Malaysia, her husband who perhaps provided the best description of her life, wrote this (translated from Chinese):
Born in 1921, Bai Guang, the twin stars of singing and film, has gone through turbulent and prosperous years, from Peking in the great era to Kuala Lumpur today. Bai Guang is straightforward, graceful, handsome, bold and brave enough, and is a legendary woman. Bai Guang's glorious achievements in the music world are greater than those in the film world. With a tiger left behind and a person's name, Bai Guang has not wasted his life, and his wishes have been fulfilled. Bai Guang went to Japan to study in 1937 and studied at the Music Department of Nihon University in Tokyo. He was engaged in film work during the Second World War in 1942. "Peach and Plum Struggling for Spring" laid the foundation for her film career. She is naturally beautiful, beautiful and cheerful, brilliant and charming. With her proficient acting skills and unique and beautiful singing voice, she has swept countless movie fans and fans. In 1950, after the war, Bai Guang returned to Hong Kong to serve as film producer, screenwriter, director and heroine, respectively. He won the names of "A Generation of Enchantress" and "Peerless Stunner" and was crowned as the "Light of Chinese Art Circle"... …We decided to continue our relationship and love each other forever. "
—— Husband Yan Lianglong Li