Lee Yuen-for started working for Rediffusion Television (renamed Asia Television in 1982) as a production assistant in the 1970s and was promoted to director in 1979. His most notable works include A Wondrous Woman (1979), Fatherland (1980) and The Legendary Fok (1981), among others. Lee became producer in 1983 and was responsible for numerous series such as Super Hero (1983), Jade Bow Connection (1984), Rangers, Sword and Sabre (1985), The Boy Fighter from Heaven (1986), The Eunuch (1988) and Mythical Crane and Magical Needle (1989). In 1992, Lee switched to working for TVB, for which he produced The Legend of the Golden Lion (1994), A Stage of Turbulence (1995) and Deadly Protection (1997). Whether at ATV or TVB, the series he produced were mostly action-oriented. However, his directorial efforts in film, The Story of Women (1982) (featuring Lonely Fifteen star Michele Yip Suen) and My Belove (1999), starring Carrie Ng and Xia Yu, are both dramas. From 2000 onwards, Lee started working in Mainland China, directing television series. At the beginning, his productions were mostly in the action genre such as Wong Fei Hung and Shi San Yi (2005), but in recent years, he favored youth dramas like Before Sunset Say I Love You (2010).
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||The Story of Women|