Li King-chu, aka Ching Chu, studied at the Chung Wah Drama Acadeny. In the late 1960s, he joined Lau Kar-leung’s troupe as a martial arts actor and became an action choreographer in 1980. Li was a key member of the troupe, participating in such productions as My Young Auntie (1981), Martial Club (1981), Legendary Weapons of China (1982), The Lady Is the Boss (1983) and The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (1984). He was nominated for Best Action Choreography at the 2nd Hong Kong Film Awards, along with Lau Kar-leung and Siu Hau for Legendary Weapons of China.
Li left Lau Ka-leung’s troupe in 1986 and worked with Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan’s troupes. He also formed an independent company with other martial arts actors to produce films. Over the years, Li had served as martial arts coordinator for various directors including Billy Chan Fu-yee, Ng Min-man and Chin Yue-seng on such productions as New Mr. Vampire (1986), Casino Raiders (1989), Crazy Safari (1991), All Men Are Brothers - Blood of the Leopard (1993), Deadful Melody (1994), The Gods Must Be Funny in China (1994), among others. Lee's output as a directed includes Proud and Confident (1989), No Way Back (1990) and S. D. U. Mission in Mission (1994).
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||S. D. U. Mission in Mission|
||No Way Back|
||Proud and Confident|