1980 (age 38–39)
British Hong Kong
|Occupation||police officer, martial artist, former child actress|
|Children||Winsome Chan (daughter)|
|Event(s)||World Wushu Championships 1999 |
World Wushu Championships 2001
World Wushu Championships 2005
2006 Asian Games
|Allegiance||Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region|
|Department||Hong Kong Police Force|
Tsang first started by learning lion dances at the age of 10, before moving on to Wushu on the advice of Mr Ha Tak-kin, her martial arts instructor. In the same year, she won her first gold medal in the Hong Kong Wushu Age Group Competition. She was later selected by the Hong Kong Wushu Union to receive special training which paved for her to represent the country in world events.
As a member of Hong Kong's national wushu team, Tsang won a silver medal in the women's nangun (southern staff) event of World Wushu Championships in Hong Kong in 1999. She was a bronze-medal winner in the same event in 2001 in Yerevan.
Tsang was married to a fellow policeman Sidney Chan, with whom she had a daughter Winsome Chan in 2008.
In September 2018, Tsang announced her plans to retire from martial arts in the following year.
|1993||Iron Monkey||Wong Fei-hung|
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