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Margaret Hsing Hui
Ying Wai,  Xing Yong-Hui
Born: November 8th, 1944 (Shanghai, China) - Died: 2009

Filmography (1964-1973)
  Actor (26 films)
    The Dancing Millionairess (1964) ... Dancer
    The Last Woman of Shang (1964) ... Dancing girl
    The Joy of Spring (1966) ... Hsing Yong-Hui
    A Golden Oriole Flies Away (1967) ... Lin Hui-Ying
    The Sword and the Lute (1967) ... Chin Ching-Yu
    Sing High, Sing Low (1967) ... Yao Jie-Ying
    That Tender Age (1967) ... Chen Wen-Chieh
    Hong Kong Rhapsody (1968) ... Herself
    Double Trouble (1968) ... Mei Chen
    The Enchanted Chamber (1968) ... Chiang Wen-Tsui
    Divorce, Hong Kong Style (1968) ... Dreamgirl
    Dark Semester (1969) ... Chiao Li Chun
    My Son (1969) ... Mei-Lin
    The 5 Billion Dollar Legacy (1970) ... Situ Peifang
    A Place to Call Home (1970) ... Irene Jang
    The Love Auction (1970) ... Ballet dancer [Joy of Spring footage]
    Girl of Ghost Valley (1971)    
    The Swift Knight (1971) ... Xian Qin
    Swordsman at Large (1971) ... Miss Shen
    Come Haunt with Me (1971) ... Hu Yan
    The Bride from Hell (1972) ... Anu / Feng Ai Jiao
    Let's Go to Bed (1972)    
    The Dark Alley (1973)    
    Tales of Larceny (1973) ... 1) Sister at festival
    The Virgins (1973)    
    Woman of the Night (1973) ... 1) Su Xiao-Qi
  Originally known as Hsing Yong-Hui, Margaret Hsing Hui was born in 1944 in Shanghai. She graduated from the New Method College in Hong Kong and subsequently joined the Southern Drama Group. In 1962, she joined Shaw Brothers as a basic actress. She was then sent to Japan's Toho to train in dancing for a year, before returning to Hong Kong to formally start her movie career. Her first movie was "The Dancing Millionaires" directed by Doe Chin. Hsing's versatile acting skills enabled her to star across genres, and worked with famous directors including Doe Chin, Lo Chen, Hsu Cheng-Hung, Wu Chia-Hsiang and Inoue Umetsugu.

From the Celestial DVD edition of "Swordsman At Large".