The 37-year-old dazzled audience at a corporate gala evening in Beijing on Monday, posing on a red pajamas for photographers in pink and black, blocked by trousers, complemented by a designer bag and diamonds.
Fan vanished from public opinion early last July after the scandal came to light. Online opinion seemed mixed about her re-emergence, as her admirers rushed into her stunning return to the public's eyes and the opponents expressed contempt or even disgust.
Last October, Chinese authorities imposed Feng's fine on nearly $ 130 million after deciding to use so-called "yin-yan treaties" to hide their real incomes in the film industry and avoid millions of dollars in taxes.
The actress has avoided criminal charges as she was the first to commit crimes, state media reported. Fang said that he then fully accepted the decision and apologized to the public, the party and the government.
"As a public figure I had to abide by laws and regulations and be a role model in industry and society," she said in a letter published in the social media last October. "I did not have to lose my temper or become casual in the management of my companies, which led to violations of the laws in the name of economic interests."
"Without the benevolent policies of the Communist Party and State, without the love of the people, there would be no fans," she added.
The Phan case was perceived by President Jinping as a warning to other celebrities to avoid being cheated by taxes. The entertainment industry was largely spared by the anti-corruption measures of the CIA.
The appearance of Fan on Monday follows the announcement that he will soon return to the big screen with Hollywood stars Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nongo, Penelope Cruz and Marion Cotillard.