Tsui Siu-Ming

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Tsui Siu-ming
Chinese name 徐小明
Pinyin Xú2 Xiǎo3 Míng2 (Mandarin)
Jyutping Ceoi4 Siu2 Ming4 (Cantonese)
Born (1953-11-28) 28 November 1953 (age 63)
Hong Kong
Other name(s) Xu Xiaoming
Siuming Tsui
Occupation screenwriter, film producer, actor, assistant director, production manager, and action choreographer

Tsui Siu-ming (Chinese: 徐小明; born 1953) is a Hong Kong-based actor, screenwriter, film producer, assistant director, production manager, and action choreographer.


A native of Guangdong, Tsui was once a recognized child star. He had tried his hands in singing during the 1970s and 1980s with such tunes as "The New Chameleon", "Za Xiang Hu Shan Xing" and "Huei Sheng Gu Li Nian Li Qing". [1]

He also produced drama serials for Rediffusion Television (RTV) such as the rating-topper "Chameleon". Tsui worked for ATV in 1998 and became CEO of Emperor Motion Pictures in the subsequent year where he was responsible for film and TV business development.[citation needed]

In March 2005, he founded Sundream Motion Pictures, a subsidiary of pay TV provider I-CABLE Communications Ltd., producing films such as Twins Mission and Eye in the Sky.[citation needed]


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