One of the more seedier characters to hit the screen, he is a fierce fighter, whose movements bordered the wild and outrageous. He has done some quality work Fists Of The Double K and Kung Fu, The Head-Crusher, but just as everyone who's anyone in the Kung Fu genre, he has had he share of Bombs. Usually paired with his "Partner in Crime" San Kuai, you'd think they were joined at the hip, as they've played in so many films together.
They actually gathered their resources and put out a film of their own 10 Magnificent Killers (which wasn't too bad). I've grown to seeing them together so much, that when they aren't co-villains in the same film; it's usually no fun at all. He's usually the "Big Brother-type" to his buddy's crazed-rapist type of character. In the movie Chinese Hercules, he was memorable for flicking his lit cigarette into Chan Wei-Man's eye, after he started getting the best of the "Superhuman Beast from the East" (Yang Sze).
He’s a real scrapper, who doesn’t leave much to chance and he swings a mean Bullwhip, as well. Comes from the Feng Ko-An school of Womanizing (which got him in trouble in Fury Of The Blackbelt, battling against frequent foe and co-star Henry Yu-Yung). Not capable of taking on the heavyweights in the kung-fu world, but he's entertaining just the same. His presence (and intense fighting style) adds something new, to every production, he’s been a part of. He was another actor with a Thai-Boxing background, who always got that chance to use his craft. I think his films only showed the “Tip-of-the-iceberg,” when it came to his all-around skill.