‘Hero’s true color’ Hong Kong actor dies at augmented quarantine hotel

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Hong Kong actor Kenneth Chang

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(Hong Kong = Yonhap News) Correspondent Yoon Go-eun = Hong Kong actor Kenneth Chang (Jeung Kang), who appeared in the ‘Hero’s True Color’ series, died at a hotel in Hong Kong on the 27th, reported by HK01 and others. He died at the age of 87.

Chang died while in quarantine at the Kowloon Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui after returning to Hong Kong from a trip to Singapore.

He had tested negative for COVID-19 the day before, but did not respond when quarantine officers visited his room this morning, and the police found his body in the room around noon.

Chang, who made his debut in the 1950s, often collaborated with Zhou Lun-fa (周潤發) in popular Hong Kong films such as the ‘Hero’s True Color’ series in the 1980s.

He entered Hollywood in 1998 and appeared in ‘Replacement Killer’, ‘007 Another Day’, and ‘Memories of a Geisha’.

Hong Kong actor Kenneth Chang
Hong Kong actor Kenneth Chang

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