A film director is a control freak who loves to fantasize. He or she is good at transposing ideas that wrer either realized or failed in daily life into his work.
Glory Tang Wing-yiu was born in Hong Kong in 1966, and joined the film industry in 1988. He became an assistant director in 1990, and had participated in various productions including A Chinese Ghost Story 2 (1990), directed by Tony Ching Siu-tung; Alien Wife (1991) and Downtown Torpedoes (1997), directed by Teddy Chen Tak-shum; Cageman (1992), Always on My Mind (1993), The Returning (1994), Whenever Will Be, Will Be (1995) and The Kid (1999), directed by Jacob Cheung Chi-leung.
He wrote and directed his first film, Give and Take, in 1994, which was produced by Jacob Cheung.
He set up an advertising company in Shanghai and relocated there.
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