Handy with his fists and feet, he is a worthy opponent for of the major kung-fu stars. He went to school with the likes of Peng Kang, Angela Mao, Chia Ling, Chang Yi, so you know he knows his stuff. Nicknamed the "Spear King" - as it's said that, in every film he's starred in, you will always find a spear in his hands. Though, that's not true, I do know that he can use one very well and as a villain, he was always on top of his game. He was easily, one of the most recognizable character actors, to appear in these films. He was such a skilled performer, that he brought something new to (virtually) everything he appeared in.
In The 60 Second Assassin, he went a round with "Minute Fong" (for about a minute), before he was soundly defeated. The film Mission, Kiss & Kill, found him in the company of his classmate Li I-Min and stuntman Yuan Long. If you look closely you will see him at the beginning of Snake & Crane Arts Of Shaolin, doing a form (kata) with Jackie Chan. He also worked behind the scenes helping to choreograph some of the films he's also starred in like Shaolin Chastity Kung Fu and The Fighting Ace. He has also worked with Robert Tai on a number of films, such as Shaolin Vs Ninja and Ninja - The Final Duel.
With the type of skill he had, it really wasn't uncommon, for him find work just about everywhere he went. This was true of any Peking Opera performer, as well trained as he was. He's done some quality work with close friend, Cheng Tien-Chi. From The Red Phoenix to their performance together in 7 Steps Of Kung Fu, to their masterpiece - Mystery Of Chess-Boxing (which they Choreographed). It's rare to find him, giving a sub-par performance in any of the film, he's done. He was truly underrated, both as a stuntman and a performer.