He's also done a lot of work with his former classmates Robert Tai and Li I-Min. He has put in some very good showings in such films as Shaolin Vs Lama and the classic Renegade Monk. He's very good with weapons (when he uses them), and very nimble on his feet, regardless of his size (he reminds me of Samo Hung). Though he starred in a great number of films, to be a top-notched villain takes more work than I think he was ever capable of doing. Bit parts in films like Cantonen Iron Kung Fu and Showdown At The Cottonmill seemed to also suit him well, as he had the skills to fit into just about any kind of film.
As a former student of Taiwan's Fu Hsing Drama Academy, he was a classmate of a number of the genre's top stuntment, such as Lu Feng, Robert Tai, and Peng Kang. Not only was he good with weapons, he was great acrobat and a very good Singer. His work onscreen, showed that he was a very capable performer and contributed a lot to the genre. Those with a sharp eye, will notice him in Shaw Brothers - Shaolin Avengers, in a rare appearance, while Chang Cheh was shooting in Taiwan.