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Li Tia, who is also sometimes known as Keiko or Li Yu Fen, is a Taiwanese actress who was born with the name Li Hsen Le on May 11th, 1985 in Taiwan. She speaks Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese and English, which made it easier for her to pursue her career in acting. She got her first acting role in 2007 on the television show Xin Zuo Ye Xing Chen.

In 2010, she landed another role on a television show, a romance called Summer’s Desire. Her part on the show was very small, but the huge popularity of the show helped to garner her a new fan following and positive attention from critics. She followed up her role on the show with another television series in 2011, called Hayate the Combat Butler. This time, she was given a much larger role. The success of the show and her growing popularity soon led to another television series that same year. The show was called Office Girls, and she was granted another starring role.

As of 2012, she has begun playing a character on the new show Miss Rose. Again, her role is a large part of the show, helping to boost her popularity. Although the show, which is a romantic comedy, is relatively new, it has already gained much positive attention from fans.

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