Named the “Queen of the Martial Arts,” Cynthia was the biggest champion in tournament competition. Especially at a time when the greatest of the greats were competing. She was the “undefeated” women’s forms champion for five years straight. She became the first non-Asian, female star in Hong Kong films. She has either been the star of, or been featured in over 65 films. She became one of the biggest box office draws in action films. She was also named, the “Queen of Martial Arts in Film.” She was not only the first woman inducted into the Martial Arts History Museum’s Hall of Fame, but she was inducted in the first year of the creation of the museum’s Hall in 1999 and she has graced the cover of over a thousand magazines.