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Wing Chun (TV series)

Wing Chun is the English language title of a two Hong Kong martial arts TV series: one produced in 1994 and one produced from 2004-2007.

1994 series

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See also Wing Chun (film) for the 1994 film starring Michelle Yeoh.

2006-2007 series

Wing Chun
詠春
Genre Martial arts
Action
Wuxia
Written by Chung Sing Yuen
Directed by Sing Chi Chiu
Fung Yuen Wah
Presented by Lee Shui Hap
Lam Siu Ming
Starring Nicholas Tse
Sammo Hung
Yuen Biao
Hu Ke
Rain Lee
Sammy Hung
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 40
Production
Producer(s) Chan Wui Ngai
Location(s) Jinhua, Zhejiang, China
Running time 45 minutes
Production companies Universe Entertainment Ltd.
Shaxi Film Studio
Guangzhou Wise Culture Communication Co., Ltd.
Broadcast
Original channel TVB
Original run 2006 – 2007

This Hong Kong television series concluded filming in 2007. It featured actors Nicholas Tse, Yuen Biao, Ji Chun Hua, Sammo Hung and his youngest son, Sammy Hung.

Cast

Cast Role
Nicholas Tse Leung Bik
梁壁
Sammo Hung Wong Wah Bo
黃華寶
Yuen Biao Leung Jan
梁贊
Philip Ng Chan Wah-shun
陳華順
Hu Ke (胡可) Kau Ku Leung
九姑娘
Rain Lee (李彩樺) Fong Yee
方怡
Sammy Hung (洪天照) Ko Ming
高明
Liu Ziyan (劉梓妍) Siu Man Tau
小饅頭
Siqin Gaoli (斯琴高麗) Hung Lin
洪蓮



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