And next year, she'll be getting her own feature film.
Inspired by Kick-Ass and 1965 Hong Kong flick Black Rose, the real-life superhero took her name from the city's flower, the Hong Kong Orchid. "I hide my identity because I don't want others to say my purpose is to make myself and my family famous," she told The Standard last summer.
This past December, the hero reappeared in Beijing. It might or might not have been the same lady, and it's possible this was a copycat or just a PR stunt. The superhero sported a new mask—one that showed off part of her face (note the difference in the above gallery). While the woman claimed that this was not a grab for attention, that's exactly what it appeared to be—a publicity stunt for action film 3D Bauhinia Heroine. ("Bauhinia" refers to the orchid's genus.)
The movie carries the tagline "2013 Everyone Can Be A Hero". Not everyone, however, can pull off that outfit.