ANITA Yuen Wing-yee last night made history at the 14th Hong Kong Film Awards by winning the Best Actress title for the second time in a row for her role as a woman masquerading as a male singer in He's A Woman, She's a Man. She won last year for C'est La Vie Mon Cherie. In a glittering affair at the Academy for Performing Arts in Wan Chai, Tony Leung Chiu-wai repeated his Golden Horse win by collecting the Best Actor award for his role in Chungking Express, which also won Best Director for Wong Kar-wai and Best Movie. Enigmatic art director William Chang Suk-ping put in a rare appearance to collect three awards. Cheng took the best costume and make-up design and best art direction awards for Ashes of Time. He also collected the best film editing award for Chungking Express. The ceremony's rollcall included kung fu superstar Jackie Chan, Andy Lau, Liao Xiao-qing, Dodo Cheng and Veronica Yip. Other winners were Lo Koon-lan for Best Supporting Actress, Jordan Chan Shiu-chun for Best Supporting Actor and Alice Lau for best new performer. A total of 15 awards were up for grabs with two special awards. Veteran actress Mary Wong Man-lei could not attend because of poor health. She received a life-time achievement award from Chow Yun-fatt last week. Yam Kim-fai, who died in 1989, was honoured for her dedication to Chinese opera. The awards, broadcast live on television and radio, reached an estimated 100 million people around the world.