Ms. Tsz Law Lin
Original name Chow Kit-lin, Tsz Law-lin studied Cantonese opera when she was 12. She used to be the leading actress in Tai Ping Cantonese Opera Troupe and Kwok Sin Sing Opera Troupe led by Ma Si-tsang and Sit Kwok-sin respectively. Her first film appearance was in “Eighth Heaven” (1939) at the age of 14. In 1941, she starred in "Bridge of Jealousy" (1941). She joined the founding of The Union Film Enterprise Limited in 1952 and acted in “In the Face of Demolition” (1953), “Sworn Sisters” (1954), “The Precious Lotus Lamp” (1956), etc. She founded Tsi Lo Lin Film Company and wrote, directed and starred in the film "Love of Malaya" in 1954. She took part in over 140 films from 1947 to 1964, in which she was mostly playing leading roles. The characters she played were mainly demur young lady as in “The Splendour of Youth” (1957), or costumed beauty like the wife in “The Dunce Attends a Birthday Party” (1956) or "Henpecked Husband" (1957). She retired from the career after shooting "The Roots of All Evils" (1964). As a pious Christian, she spent her spare time in volunteer works for the church.