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She grew up in poverty but made a name for herself in the drama and film industry of Shanghai before the Second Sino-Japanese War , and then in the wartime capital Chongqing. She starred in numerous films and stage plays, including her most acclaimed film The Spring River Flows East , and was recognized as one of China's top four actresses. However, she was severely persecuted when the Cultural Revolution began in and died in March Shu is known for her versatility and her performances greatly influenced later generations of Chinese actors.
In , she was voted as one of the best actors of the years of Chinese cinema. Shu Xiuwen was born in Anqing , Anhui Province , in Her grandfather was a prominent Confucian scholar , but her family had become impoverished. When she was six her family moved to Beijing,  where her father taught at a secondary school. Her parents both became addicted to opium and fell into debt.
Her father tried to sell her to repay his debts, but she escaped and worked as an escort and dancing girl at a club on East Chang'an Street. Considering her job humiliating,  Shu Xiuwen—then 16 years old—left Beijing for Shanghai in the spring of to seek better opportunities. Her acting experience enabled her to find work with the Jimei Song and Dance Troupe.
Although the troupe folded soon afterward, through her professional connections she was able to join the Mayflower Drama Troupe led by the prominent leftist playwright Tian Han. However, the Kuomintang government disbanded the troupe for its leftist plays and arrested Shu's friend Gui Jiangong. The experience prompted her to become actively involved in the leftist movement.
She also performed with the Chinese Touring Drama Troupe. When the Second Sino-Japanese War broke out in , Shanghai's film studios were mostly destroyed in the three months of fighting known as the Battle of Shanghai.