Kong Yeung started writing scripts for Cantonese films in the 1950s, penning for such noted directors as Tso Kea, on Three Stages of Love (1955) and Fire (1956); Lee Tit, on The Warlord and the Beauty (1956); and Ng Wui, on The Shadow (1957).
Kong also wrote the first film he directed, the martial arts picture Romance and Adventure of Raksha (1961). The following year, he made Love and Hatred of the Seas (1962) while co-directing Matrimonial Storm (1962) with Lui Ying and The Mysterious Sword (1962) with Wu Pang. He went on to script many martial arts films, including the popular The Ghost with Six Fingers (1965), as well as films in other genres, such as the comedy Old Master, Part Two (1966) and the drama Hotel Lavender (1968).
Going to work in Taiwan, Kong wrote and directed the martial arts film Bloody Mask (1969) and the comedy The Naughty Beauty (1972, co-directed with Chen Chong-sheng) while also scripting other films. He later joined Shaw Brothers as a scriptwriter, responsible for such works as the international hit King Boxer (1972).
Leaving Shaws in 1976, Kong continued to work in both Hong Kong and Taiwan, directing films in many different genres, such as the horror film Curse (1988) and the erotic pictures Angel Delight (1992) and Sex for Sale (1993). He left the film industry in 1993.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Sex for Sale|
||Jokers Playing Games|
||A Man From Holland.|
||The Naughty Beauty|
||Love and Hatred of the Seas|
||The Mysterious Sword||WU Pang|
||Romance and Adventure of Raksha|