Though not seen in a great deal of kung-fu films, she did have a number of roles in numerous Swordplay films. Although, she wasn't as adept as some of the other actresses when playing in fighting roles, she seemed to excel in Dramas (Tropical Interlude) and Comedies (3 Swinging Girls), which seemed to be more suited for her, since she had no real expertise in Martial-arts. Though she practiced Judo during her Shaw career, I think it was mostly "Extra-curricular" exercise, because she never showed a real flair for fighting - period.
She appeared with Jim Kelly in his James Bond-type film - Black Samurai, and even then she wasn't kicking any serious butt, just waiting to be rescued. Truth be told, as an actress, she has done some decent work, but in martial-arts films she needed better focus. It wasn't her fault, as many actresses were required to appear in "Swordplay/kung-fu" films. It was what was popular at the time and most directors had certain actresses that they liked to work with ( Cheng Pei-Pei, Lily Ho, Shih Szu, and Li Ching). She wasn't cut-out for the physicalities that came with starring in the action-films the studios was making at the time. I think "Damas & Comedies" were where she possibly did her best work. She played the evil seductress who killed the novice young swordsman, played by Ti Lung (in one of his earliest roles) in Shaw classic Return Of The One-Armed Swordsman. She showed promise in Swordswomen 3, one of her better films where she had a fighting role.