Felix Wong Yat-Wah (Simplified Chinese: é»æ„ć, Traditional Chinese: é»æ„èŻ, Jyutping: Wong4 Yat9 Wa4, Pinyin: Huang2 Ri4 Hua2) (born September 4, 1961 in Hong Kong) is a popular TVB actor in Hong Kong.
Felix Wong graduated from TVB Artist Training Class, and proceeded to act for TVB, where he made his name known. Although he has appeared in over a dozen movies, he is mostly known for his work in various television series. During the 1980s, Felix Wong, along with Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Andy Lau, Miu Kiu Wai and Kent Tong, made up the "Five Tiger Generals of TVB", who were the most popular male actors of TVB at the time. He is best known for his role as Guo Jing (Cantonese:Gwok Jing) in the 1983 television adaptation of Jin Yong's The Legend of the Condor Heroes (ć°é”°è±éćł).
On January 11, 2002, Felix Wong left TVB to film mainland serials because he was unhappy about how TVB was being run.
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Wait 'Til You're Older (Simplified Chinese: ç«„æąŠć„çŒ; Traditional Chinese: ç«„ć€ąć„ç·Ł) (Tung mung kei yun) is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Teddy Chan.
Kwong is a young boy who lives with his father and stepmother (Karen Mok), he blames his stepmother for the suicide of his mother 3 years earlier and continually runs away from home. One day while walking to school he meets an old man in the park who accidentally pours a potion he has created down a drain, the next day, a huge tree has grown from a seedling in the drain, Kwong goes the man's house and steals the potion, falling and breaking it when he runs away, some of it enters a cut in his hand, and the next day he wakes up to find he has grown to the age of 20 overnight. Kwong thinks himself being better to become an adult, but he has learned a lesson that the potion brings him to run through his life in just days. He becomes older and older as he becomes a very old man few days later.
Drunken Master II (Jui Kuen II) is a martial arts film directed by Lau Kar-Leung and starring Jackie Chan as Wong Fei Hung, a legendary Chinese folk hero. The film was originally released in Hong Kong in 1994. After Chan became an established star in the United States, it was dubbed into English and released there in 2000 under the title Legend of Drunken Master.
Although it is the follow up to Drunken Master (1978), it is not a direct storyline sequel and is more of a retelling of the original story.
The story concerns the misadventures of Wong Fei Hung as he accidentally becomes involved with the affairs of the British consul who is smuggling ancient Chinese artifacts out of the country. Wong Fei Hung battles the henchmen of the consul using the Zui Quan ("Drunken Boxing") style of martial arts. An added twist is that Wong Fei Hung becomes a more powerful fighter by consuming alcohol. But when he consumes too much alcohol, he becomes very sluggish, drunk, and unable to fight. That...,
Felix Wong was born