Peter Chan, born November 28, 1962 in Hong Kong, China, directed and supervised by Hong Kong Producer, one of Hong Kong Top Ten Directors. In 1983, 21-year-old Peter Chan returned to Hong Kong. In 1986, producer John Woo directed "hero no tears", since into the movie circle. 1991 director's first work, "Twins Story." In 1992, he and Eric Tsang set up a film production company (UFO) to produce a series of films, of which "Sweety" won nine awards at the Hong Kong Film Awards. In 1998, Peter Chan started his first Hollywood movie Love Letter for the Spielberg DreamWorks. In 2000, Peter Chan founded Applause Pictures. In 2004 directed the film "three more home", the film was selected as the opening film for the Berlin Film Festival screenings. The 2005 film "If Love" is Peter Chan's first work on the mainland. In 2013, director China Partners made a total of nearly 550 million box office receipts. In 2014, the movie "Dear" was released on September 26, and the film's box office in mainland China has exceeded 300 million yuan. In 2014, Peter Chan was featured on the cover of the December issue of "Fashion Magazine" magazine's annual feature collection. In 2015, he served as the jury member of the International Talent Award Committee of the "Beijing Tiantan Award" at the Beijing International Film Festival. In June 2017, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences officially announced Peter Chan as a new member of the "Academy Award 2017".