Tang Wing-Cheung

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Title

Tang Wing-Cheung

Subject

Cantonese opera stars

Description

He was better known by his stage name Sun Ma Sze Tsang.
Tang impressed the Cantonese opera industry by his stunning performance that resembled Ma Sze-Tsang, a famous Cantonese opera singer. His teacher gave him the stage name meaning 'New Ma Sze-Tsang'.

Date

1916/06/20-1997/04/21

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Relation

Ma Sze Tsang

Type

Person

Identifier

New_Ma_Sze_Tsang

Person Item Type Metadata

Gender

Male

Birthplace

Shunde, Guangdong province

Famous performance

Why Don‘t You Return (胡不歸), The Legend of the White Snake(白蛇傳), Lady in Red( 紅衣女俠)

Contribution

Awarded honour:
1977: appointed to be an honorary professor of the University of Cambridge.
1978, made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE).

Achievement

Sun was a charitable man who had attended the Tung Wah Charity Show for many years. Also, it is also consider as a way to promote Cantonese Opera to public.

Awarded honour:
1977: appointed to be an honorary professor of the University of Cambridge.
1978, made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE).

Files

ManyHappyReturns+1960-3-b.jpg

Citation

“Tang Wing-Cheung,” CCCH9051 Group 42, accessed June 26, 2022, https://learning.hku.hk/ccch9051/group-42/items/show/32.