Gods of Honour

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Gods of Honour
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DVD cover art
Also known as Fung San Bong
Genre Chinese mythology, shenmo fantasy
Written by Original story:
Xu Zhonglin
Lu Xixing
Screenwriters:
Cheung Wah-biu
Chu Keng-kei
Starring Benny Chan
Chin Kar-lok
Irene Wan
Michelle Ye
Dickson Lee
Yuen Wah
Kingdom Yuen
Winnie Yeung
Theme music composer Mou Si-chung
Opening theme Fung San (封神) performed by Benny Chan and Rain Lau
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 40
Production
Producer(s) Lau Si-yu
Editor(s) Cheung Wah-biu
Wong Wai-keung
Location(s) Hong Kong
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) TVB
Broadcast
Original channel TVB Jade
Original run 23 July – 14 September 2001
External links
Website
Gods of Honour
Chinese 封神榜

Gods of Honour is a Hong Kong television series adapted from the novel Fengshen Bang (also known as Investiture of the Gods or Creation of the Gods), a Chinese vernacular classic written by Xu Zhonglin and Lu Xixing. The series was first aired on TVB Jade in Hong Kong in 2001. It starred Benny Chan, Chin Kar-lok, Irene Wan, Michelle Ye, Dickson Lee, Yuen Wah, Kingdom Yuen and Winnie Yeung in the lead roles.

Cast[edit]

Note: Some of the characters' names are in Cantonese romanisation.
  • Benny Chan as Na-tsa
  • Chin Kar-lok as Yeung Jin
  • Irene Wan as So Dan-kei
    • Maggie Wong as young So Dan-kei
  • Michelle Ye as Yeung Lin-fa
  • Dickson Lee as Lui-tsan-tsi
  • Yuen Wah as Lei Ching
  • Kingdom Yuen as Yan Sap-neung
  • Winnie Yeung as Wong Ngan
  • Angela Tong as Lau Pei-pa
  • Chang Tse-sheng as King Tsau of Sheung
  • Fiona Yuen as So Tsing-heung
  • Law Lok-lam as Kei Cheung
  • Marco Lo as Pak-yap Hau
  • Deno Cheung as Kei Fat
  • Yu Tze-ming as Keung Tsi-nga
  • Lee Kwok-lun as San Kung-pau
  • Wong Wai as So Wu
  • Rain Lau as Tang Sin-yuk
  • Wai Ka-hung as To-hang-suen
  • Henry Lo as Pei Kon
  • Ngo Ka-nin as Muk-tsa
  • Tang Siu-chun as Kam-tsa
  • Wong Wai-leung as Tang Kau-kung
  • Law Lan as Yiu Tin-heung
  • Lam Kei-yan as Lei Ngai-seung
  • Kwan Ching as Mo Lai-ching
  • Tang Yu-chiu as Mo Lai-hoi
  • Cheng Ka-sang as Mo Lai-hong
  • Chan Tik-hak as Mo Lai-shau
  • Savio Tsang as Wong Fei-fu
  • Chan On-ying as Tsui Yu-yuk
  • Tam Kuen-fai as Wong Tin-fa
  • Chan Min-leung as Hong Pak
  • Tam Yat-ching as Tai-yut
  • Choi Kwok-hing as Man Chung
  • Kwok Tak-shun as Chiu Kung-ming
  • Wong Tin-dok as Mui Pak
  • Joe Junior as Chong Kung-kung
  • Lau Sam-yee as Ko Chun-chung
  • Fung Hiu-man as Nine-tailed Fox Spirit
  • Chu Kin-kwan as Keung Wan
  • Yau Piu as Yin Jiao
  • Cheung Hak as Yan Hung
  • Sherming Yiu as Concubine Yeung
  • Tavia Yeung as Concubine Chan
  • Fu Chor-wai as Concubine Lei
  • Tsang Wai-wan as Chun-mui
  • Tsang Sau-ming as Yim-lo
  • Lee Hung-kit as Judge
  • Wong Wai-tak as Chin-lei-ngan
  • Leung Kin-ping as Shun-fung-yee
  • Yu Muk-lin as Fung Po-po
  • Cheung Ying-choi as Yeung Chun
  • Lau Kwai-fong as Mrs Yeung
  • Sun Kwai-hing as Teacher
  • Kiu Hung as Host
  • Siu Cheuk-yiu as Physician
  • Ling Hon as Housekeeper

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