A special scene in Madame Tussauds Beijing as the three Yang Yang's gathered together in the new fashion zone on July 19, 2017. From behind it is difficult to judge which is the real Yang Yang. [Photo/ China.org.cn]

It turns out to be that actor Yang Yang is posing with two of his wax figures -- one from Beijing and the other is borrowed from Madame Tussauds Shanghai -- in the new fashion zone of Madame Tussauds Beijing on July, 19, 2017. Yang amusingly calls the two wax doubles his "brothers". [Photo/ China.org.cn]

Actor Yang Yang shows how to snap a selfie with his own wax figures for fans in the new fashion zone of Madame Tussauds Beijing on July, 19, 2017. Yang is the only post-1990's generation star to have two wax figures in Madame Tussauds' on the Chinese mainland. [Photo/ China.org.cn]

Actor Yang Yang sits in the new fashion zone of Madame Tussauds Beijing on July, 19, 2017. Madame Tussauds Beijing has spent one year building the fashion zone attraction, hoping to provide an interactive and immersive experiencefor visitors. [Photo/ China.org.cn]

Actor Yang Yang looks around in the new fashion zone, which Madame Tussauds Beijing has spent one year building, July, 19, 2017. Actor Yang made his acting debut in the Chinese television drama "The Dream of Red Mansions" (2010). Since then, he has received recognition for his roles in television dramas "The Lost Tomb" (2015), "The Whirlwind Girl"(2015), "Love O2O" (2016) and the film "The Left Ear" (2015). In 2017, Yang starred alongside Liu Yifei in romantic fantasy film "Once Upon a Time," due for release on August 4, 2017. [Photo/ China.org.cn]

The actor poses with a souvenir box of wax sheep (in Chinese pinyin, sheep is also pronounced as "Yang") presented to him as gift by Wang Rui, general manager of Madame Tussauds Beijing, at an induction ceremony for Yang's wax figure in the fashion zone, July, 19, 2017. [Photo/ China.org.cn]