Aoxun Jin (May 25, 1947 - June 21, 2013), known as the "fast hand" director. Born in mainland China and served as a Red Guardsman in mainland China during the Cultural Revolution, he went to Taiwan to study at the National Arts and Design College (nowadays Taiwan University of the Arts). In 1972 he joined the Central Motion Picture Company and shot "Breaking the International Death Line," "The Strong and Strong," "800 Strong Men," and "Whampoa Soul." 1980 promoted to director, virgin as a "z-word commando team." In 1987, he shot a series of films entitled "Report Monitor" and started the upsurge of taking military teaching films in Taiwan. June 21, 2013, Aoxun Jin died of lung adenocarcinoma at the age of 66.