Stephen Shin, Hong Kong film director, directed films such as "The King of the West Chu," "Three Worlds," and "Black Cat." Stephen Shin graduated from the Kindergarten School of English in 1968 and then studied at the Baptist College where he listened to Chung King-fai's drama class. Later transferred to the Chinese University of Hong Kong to study sociology, during which he became chairman of Chong Kei Student Union Theatre Society and graduated in 1975. In 1970, he directed his first work "The Good House" and served as the executive director of Debao Films in the 1980s. He planned to create the "People's Red" movie. In 1993, he co-wrote "Young Offender" with a Canadian film company. In 1994 he directed Gong Li, starring Gong Li. In 1998, due to the disappearance of his friend, he owed a debt of 20 million yuan. Later began directing gospel movies, such as "The Source is Love" shot in 2002.