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3 hours ago, Avenger said:

The title of the movie in which he fights with katanas having blades on a side is 'The Shaolin Plot' (1977).

blimey my memory is going. i have this movie on the martial arts favourites collection and have seen it.Need to rewatch it.

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8 hours ago, DragonClaws said:

So it was his second son who passed away young?.

Evidence suggests that he just had the one son, but that does look like an older photo. Unless he had children from an earlier marriage.

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Damn...I just found out.

Chen Sing was an unforgettable and intimidating figure in kung fu cinema whether as hero or villain. With his rugged Bronson-esque looks and a well developed and muscular upper body, he stood out among his peers in kung fu films with his intense performances and exuded power and ferocity whenever he flexed his martial arts skill. He will always be remembered as one of kung fu cinema's well-known and beloved, "tough guys".

RIP Chen Sing

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Well, if the magazine shown above is from 1975 and shows a maybe 2 or 3 years old son to Chen Sing, he was born around the 70's, and if a site mentions a son born in 1994 as shows  DragonClaws, it can't be the same person...

Edited by ShawAngela

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32 minutes ago, ShawAngela said:

Well, if the magazine shown above is from 1975 and shows a maybe 2 or 3 years old son to Chen Sing, he was born around the 70's, and if a site mentions a son born in 1994 as shows  DragonClaws, it can't be the same person...

Fair point, I hadn't seen the date of the magazine. Is it confirmed that the child he's holding is indeed his son?

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3 hours ago, ShawAngela said:

Even if The boy on the magazine Isn't his son, the magazine itself mentions that he has a son... 

 

Thats right, which is what gave me the impression he had two son's maybe to different ladies?.

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Sammo Hung

 

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Chin Kar-lok organized and hosted the Chan Sing memorial 

 

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Cliff Lok addressing the crowd

 

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Chin Kar-lok with Chan Sing's widow, Elizabeth.

 

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Yasuaki Kurata

 

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Edited by teako170

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3 hours ago, teako170 said:

Chin Kar-lok organized and hosted the Chan Sing memorial 

 

Thanks for sharing these images @teako170, so great to see his friends and family paying tribute to the late actor. Not to mention the press/media showing interest in him too. My hat goes off to actor Chin Kar-Lok, for putting it all together.

 

 

With fellow actor and sometime co-star Jimmy Wang-Yu.

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Edited by DragonClaws

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