Sit Hau, a longtime publicist and columnist, started writing scripts in the 1960s. His scripts include those of the films A Mad Woman (1964), Two Swordsmen (1965), The Real and the Fake Lover (1965), Bitter Fear (1966), The Ghost Chasers (1965), The Professional (1967) and Family Man (1967). He also served as assistant director on Bitter Fear and The Professional.
He collaborated with Lo Siu-cheung on the script for The Shaolin Temple (1982, directed by Cheung Sing-yim), which became a blockbuster hit, catapulting lead actor Jet Li into superstardom and went on to become a milestone of Hong Kong action cinema. Sit had directed one film in his long career, the martial arts film Consumate Power : Shaolin Tongzigong (1984).
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