Ho Ping

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For the Chinese film director with the same name, see He Ping.

Ho Ping (Chinese: 何平; pinyin: Hé Píng; born 1958) is a Taiwanese film director.

Born in Hsinchu, Taiwan, he studied chemical engineering at Tunghai University before moving to the United States to earn an MFA from Syracuse University. Upon graduation Ho returned to Taiwan in 1987, and released his directorial debut The Digger. The next year, he won a special prize at the 25th Golden Horse Awards, with The Suona Player. Both The Digger and The Suona Player were film adaptions of short stories written by Wang Ben-hu.[1]



  1. ^ Lee, Daw-Ming (2012). Historical Dictionary of Taiwan Cinema. Scarecrow Press. pp. 184–185. ISBN 9780810879225. 

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