Cheang Pou-soi

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Cheang Pou-soi
Soi Cheang 2019.jpg
Cheang (on the top) in 2019
Born (1972-07-11) 11 July 1972 (age 50)
Occupation(s) Film director, assistant director, screenwriter, script supervisor, actor, film producer

Cheang Pou-soi (Chinese :鄭保瑞; Jyutping :zeng6 bou2 seoi6; born 11 July 1972), also known as Soi Cheang or Bob Cheng, is a Hong Kong film director, assistant director, screenwriter, script supervisor, actor and film producer.



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  2. Kevin Ma (14 May 2014). "Mei Ah takes four to Cannes". Film Business Asia . Archived from the original on 2014-05-17. Retrieved 15 May 2014.
  3. Cheang Pou-soi at
  4. Cheang Pou-soi at