Jessie Chung And Joshua Beh Marriage Controversy

Remember the controversial marriage of transsexual Jessie Chung and Joshua Beh from Malaysia on 12 November 2005?

When the news of her marriage was out, everyone was talking about Dr jessie Chung gender.

Anyway, Malaysian transsexuals are making headlines all over the world.

In 2011, we have the deceased Ashraf Hafiz Abdul Aziz (who wanted to be known as Aleesha Farhana) and another Malay-Muslim Malaysian Maknyah Fatine or supposed to be Mohammed Fazdil Bin Min Bahari who was once married to an English man.

Then there is this gorgeous Malaysian Chinese transsexual Jessie Chung or Zhong Xuan Tai (鍾潔希).

Jessie Chung And Joshua Beh

Jessie Chung And Joshua Beh Marriage

Back in 2005, Jessie Chung or Zhong Xuan Tai was all over the local media, when she married accountant Joshua Beh Soo Kiang from Ipoh, Perak?

Their lavish wedding marriage ceremony was held in a posh hotel in Kuching, Sarawak and their “invalid” marriage was with the full consent and blessing of their parents.

Interestingly, their marriage was blessed by three pastors. She wept with tears of joy on their wedding day.

Jessie Chung from Subang, Selangor is trained in nutritional therapy.

She was born a male and was called Jeffrey Chung before surgery. had undergone sex change operations in 2004.

Chung said that she had been mistaken for a girl right from a very young age because she exhibited very strong feminine characteristics.

In 2003, Jessie Chung successfully completed her sex change operation.

In fact, Jessie Chung met her husband Joshua Beh back when she was still living as a man.

At that time, Jessie Chung declined to reveal his name, but she said that her lover was athletic and resembled Hong Kong actor Daniel Wu.

According to a press report, their controversial relationship was fraught with problems and uncertainties.

She turned down Joshua Beh’s marriage proposal six times.

It was a letter written in his blood, which said “You are the source of all my joy, the strength in my life“, that she finally agreed to marry to him.

Whatever it is, transsexual Jessie Chung is fully aware they can never have children of their own.

She also knows that the Malaysian law does not allow its citizens to change their gender in their identity cards and that their marriage is “invalid” according to the Marriage and Divorce Reform Act 1976.

Now, transsexual Jessie Chung runs a successful health product company called Natural Health Farm (NHF) in Shah Alam, Selangor.

In 2010 this beautiful Malaysian Chinese transsexual told the media that she plans to adopt two or three children this year.

Beside being an entrepreneur also a doctor of medicine in oncology, naturopathic doctor (US), certified nutritional consultant, homeopathic doctor, and a certified iridologist, she is an accomplished singer.

Multi-talented Dr. Jessie Chung is now an international recording artist and actress based in Australia.

she has released six Chinese albums and two English albums. Her single “Love in You” was selected as the theme song for the Korean TV series “Secret Garden” in Taiwan.

Her 2016 album “There You Are” was such a success, Darren Choy, the Managing Director of Warner Music Group Malaysia, presented Jessie with the Outstanding Achievement Award in the Music Industry.

Interestingly, In 2010, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad who cannot accept LGBT rights, presented an award to Jessie Chung for The 2010 BrandLaureate-SME Chapter Awards Best Brands in Organic Food & Supplements (Retail).

Tun Dr Mahathir LGBT
      Dr Tun Mahathir And Jessie Chung

Anyway, here are are the top ten transsexual entertainers in Asia.

1. Regine Wu or Li Jing (Taiwan)

2. Jin Xing (China)

3. Ai Haruna (Japan)

4. Harisu (South Korea)

5. Lee Si-yeon (South Korea)

6. Ayana Tsubaki (Japan)

7. Nong Poy (Thailand)

8. Alicia Liu or Liu Xun’ai (Taiwan)

9. Kayo Sato (Japan)

10. Liu Shihan (China)

If you want to see how they look like or know more about them, just search them in the internet.

Even till today the story Jessie Chung And Joshua Beh marriage still a controversy among many Malaysians.