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Raymond Wong Pak-Ming

All's well with Raymond Wong

Raymond Wong Pak-ming (left) has made many films, including 'Hotel Deluxe', 'Ip Man' and 'All's Well, Ends Well'. Photo: Jonathan Wong

With appearances in 64 films stretching back to 1978, Raymond Wong Pak-ming is a familiar face to viewers of Hong Kong movies - all the more so since the baby-faced filmmaker doesn't look to have aged much over the years.s

Sunday, 3 February, 2013, 4:42pm

Talking Points

Millions of pilgrims are in Mecca for the start of Islam's annual haj pilgrimage. Photo: Reuters

Millions join haj pilgrimage

24 Oct 2012 - 2:21am

Comedy company Pegasus Entertainment's IPO a quest for serious money

Film producer and comic Raymond Wong's Pegasus Entertainment will be the only filmmaker on the Growth Enterprise Market when it lists later this month. Photo: Felix Wong

Veteran director and actor Raymond Wong Pak-ming has become a legend in comedy over the past three decades but it will be nothing but serious business when his film company, Pegasus Entertainment, debuts on the Growth Enterprise Market later this month.

13 Oct 2012 - 4:57am

Ip Man

Starring: Donnie Yen Director: Wilson Yip Year of original release: 2008 Genre: Biopic

The film

15 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

Kung fu master's son gives two thumbs up to biopic

Ip Chun (right) gives two thumbs up to the movie Ip Man. The eldest son of the wing chun master who trained Bruce Lee was emotional after viewing a trailer of the eponymous biopic - starring Donnie Yen Ji-dan (left) and due out on December 19 - at a press conference for the Mandarin Films production on Friday. 'I have seen some raw footage of the film,' Ip Chun, who lives in Kwun Tong, said.

24 Nov 2008 - 12:00am

Happy ending for disaster movie

You can never be too superstitious or cautious. It seems that during the shooting of City With No Mercy, starring Donnie Yen Ji-dan, much of the blood and guts wasn't created in the special effects department.

1 Mar 2007 - 12:00am