Lee Ping-kwong started in the film industry as an assistant director and continuity person, graduating to screenwriter in 1993, penning several films directed by Frankie Chan including A Warrior’s Tragedy (1993), The Wrath of Silence (1994), Tragic Commitment (1995) and How to Meet the Lucky Stars (1996). In 1999, Lee made a double-barreled debut, directing two films, Mr. A? Mr. C? and The Lord of Amusement. In 2002, he helmed the action films Teenage Gambler, Kung Fu in Japan and Black Mask Vs. Gambling Mastermind, all starring Ashton Chen (aka Shi Xiaolung). In 2004, he directed Kung Fu Soccer, a television series starring Dicky Cheung.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Kung Fu in Japan|
||Black Mask Vs Gambling Mastermind|
||The Boxing King||LAU Chun Fai|
|1999||《A 君? C 君?》
||Mr. A? Mr. C?|
||The Lord of Amusement|