Frédéric Chau is humorist and comedian born to Chinese parents. He's mainly renowned for being a member of the Jamel Comedy Club, a group of humorists led by Jamel Debbouze and that have their own TV show. His specialty is to deride all the common stereotypes on Chinese people and by extension, East Asian people in the West. He had the role of a Chinese waitor in 2010 From Paris With Love, starring John Travolta.
François Cheng, or Baoyi Cheng (程抱一) by his former name, is a French author born in 1929 in China. A French citizen since 1973, he became in 2002 the first and only author of Asian descent to join the Académie française, the most supreme honor a French writer can ever hope to achieve. An all the more unbelievable feat when you know that he couldn't speak a single word of the language until he arrived in Paris. He contributed to translate French poetry to Chinese and vice versa. One of his most famous book is Le Dit de Tianyi (1998).
Mylène Jampanoï is an actress born in 1980 to a Chinese father and a French mother. Her first noticeable role was in the sitcom Sous le Soleil in 2002. Appreciated for her beauty but also indeniable talent, she was given one of the main roles in the 2006 French-Canadian movie, The Chinese Botanist's Daughters, where she played Min Li. In 2006 she was chosen to embody Ushna in Valley of Flowers, a film shot clandestinely in Vietnam. She is also famous for her role in 2008 Martyrs and Serge Gainsbourg : vie héroïque, as Bambou, a lover of the deceased French singer's.
Monsieur Nov is a R&B singer of Chinese descent. Unfortunately unkown to the general public probably - I think - because of the media's racism, his talent is nonetheless incontestable. His voice is particularly deep and spellbinding. As of today he's released two albums but personally I don't think his career going to go any further unless a great record label signs him very soon.
Lili Azian, whose real first name is Julie, is one of the main members of the tecktonik band Mondotek, whose 2007 single Alive was released all over Europe, ending up #1 in Poland and #2 in Germany and France. In 2008 she appeared in French rapper Mokobé's videoclip African Tonic. She has Chinese origins and speaks fluent Mandarin.