Ms. Kara Hui Ying-hung
Kara Wai was led to the show biz by Director Cheh Chang when she was just 17, she then became an actress of Shaw Brothers. She gained fame in the movie "The Brave Archer" (1977). Later, Director Lau Kar-leung gave her another uplift by casting her in a series of martial-arts movies, including “Mad Monkey Kung Fu” (1979), “Return to the 36th Chamber” (1980) and “Martial Club” (1981), establishing her stage image as a female fighter. In 1982, she was awarded the Best Actress in the very first Hong Kong Film Awards in 1982 with her performance in "My Young Auntie" (1981); she won the same award again in 2009 with "At the End of Daybreak". This film earned her numerous awards, including the Best Supporting Actress of Taiwan’s Golden Horse Awards, Asian Film Awards, and Best Actress of The Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards, The Chinese Film Media Awards, Changchun Film Festival and Vladivostok International Film Festival, etc. Her recent appearance includes “Rigor Mortis” (2013) and “Daughter” (2015). Since 1989, Kara Wai had been active on TV and took up a lot of TV drama series and recently joined the Hong Kong Television Network Limited and highly praised for her performance in “Incredible Mama” (2015).