Not one of Shaw Bros' top stars, he has starred in a number of Swordplay films, before being seen on the kung-fu front. He's usually one of the first to get killed off in mob/fight scenes, and it seems basically, because of his lack of kung-fu skills. He fared much better in the Golden Harvest film The Shaolin Boxers going up against James Tien to good effect. This was the only time that I've seen him onscreen for longer than a minute (in a fighting role, that is).
Not the sort of talent that you'd call upon to carry a movie or a fight scene, but given his lack of skills, he would best be used to give the Hero someone else to punch, kick, or rescue. In most of his movies he has that "Lost-puppy" look, as you wonder what the hell he's doing as he wonders where the hell he's at or supposed to stand to get punched or kicked. His comedic role in the obscure film Devil Woman, was amusing at first, and then it became quite annoying. He's just one in a handful of actors who just didn't seem to fit into fighting films, where technique and skill were involved.