Mr. Nee Kwong
Original name Ngai Chung, aka Yik Ming, Nee Kwong was born in Shanghai and came to Hong Kong in 1957. He worked in a factory and pursued his studies in the evenings. Then he was enrolled in the Truth Daily as a proofreader, and was promoted to assistant editor and later as reporter and political commentary writer. He published his first novel "Buried Alive" in 1957 and became a full-time novelist in the following year. His novels included "The Dark Heroine Muk Lan-Fa" and "The Six-fingered Lord of the Lute", which were later adopted into films. He began to use Wisely as his pen-name to write si-fi fictions "Wisely" and "The Legendary Ranger" series. Nee Kwong began to write screenplays soon after the booming of new style martial arts films in Hong Kong in the mid-60s. Having written more than 300 screenplays, among which were Chang Cheh's "One-Armed Swordsman" (1967), "Vengeance!" (1970) and Chor Yuen's "The Magic Blade" (1976) and "Killer Clans" (1976). He received the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012 from the Hong Kong Film Awards.