Life is a film without directors. Yet, fellow citizens today are fond of pursuing a film without directors.
Comrades, you worked hard! Maybe we can listen to our beloved singer Samuel Hui’s wonderful lines: “sit down and decide who is hero by playing a few rounds of mahjong. Decide who is hero!”
Sigh! Those who were heroes of the art are now heroes of mahjong!
Ha ha! Let’s laugh!
Born in 1951, Charles Tang Wing-hung graduated from TVB’s actor training program in 1972, joining the station the next year as dubbing artist. He worked as free-lance dubbing actor in 1983, at one point becoming the designated voice of action superstar Jackie Chan. In 1985, he served as assistant director on the films Chase a Fortune and Love with the Perfect Stranger. Tang won the Best Screenplay prize at the 5th Hong Kong Film Awards (shared with Jamie Luk).
Tang made his debut as director with the comedy thriller Fortune Chasers (1990). After that, he returned to TVB as a dubbing actor, staying there until 1995 to resume free-lance dubbing. He returned yet again to TVB’s dubbing department in 2003, leaving again in 2006 to work free-lance.
He also took time out during his dubbing duties to direct several films, including Days In Guangzhou (1996), which was made in Mainland China.
In recent years, Tang turned to teaching the art of dubbing. Of the over 70 dubbing actors at TVB, more than 20 were his former students. In 2012, he went to work at the television dubbing division of Mei Ah Movies Channel.
Tang remains active today as director, producer, dubbing actor, dubbing coordinator and dubbing teacher.
|Year||Chinese name||English name||Directors|
||Nothing ! Nothing ! Nothing !|
||The Devil Shadow|
||Days In Guangzhou|