News - Golden Horse Lifetime Achievement Award for Hsu Li-Kong

This year's 47th Golden Horse Awards Lifetime Achievement Award will go to producer Hsu Li-Kong, while the Special Contribution Award will go to renowned actor Sun Yueh, who has won two Golden Horse Awards previously, one in 1969 and one in 1983.

Hsu served as the first Director General for Film Library (later upgraded as the Chinese Taipei Film Archive, CTFA) in 1979. During his ten-year service, he established the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, which broadened the horizon of Taiwan audience and promoted the development of Taiwan film industry. In 1991, Hsu entered the Central Pictures Corporation and then promoted lots of prominent new directors like Ang Lee (for whom he produced Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), Tsai Ming-Liang, Sylvia Chang and Chen Yu-Hsun.