Eric Tsang was born on April 14, 1953 in Hong Kong. He was a film and television actor, screenwriter, director, producer, host, Guangzhou CPPCC member, honorary chairman of the WTO Joint Fund Foundation, an image ambassador, and Honorary President of the Kang Hongchen team. He is also the founder of the Hong Kong Star Soccer Team and the vice chairman of the Hong Kong Film Awards Organizing Committee, and the former Hong Kong Performing Artists Association. In 1992, he played starring Alan Tam and Maggie Cheung in The Tale of Two Cities and won the Best Actor in the Hong Kong Film Awards. Since 1995, he has been presiding over Radio TV as a series of variety shows. In 1997, with the "Comrades:AlmostaLoveStory", the gang leader Leopard Brother won the Taiwan Film Golden Horse Award and Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Supporting Actor. He received an honorary doctorate on June 18, 2006 at the World Distinguished Chinese Awards and Honorary Doctoral Award at Hatton University in Colorado. On July 1, 2008, Eric Tsang received the honorary Xun chapter from the Hong Kong SAR government. On January 14, 2011, Eric Tsang was elected as a member of the Standing Committee of the Jiangmen Municipal Committee of Guangdong Province. September 5 Eric Tsang officially became a director and vice chairman of Gold Supreme Digital Technology Co., Ltd. In 2012, Eric Tsang stated his position on the issue of the Diaoyu Islands between China and Japan. He not only renounced the Japanese drama “Gintian I”, pushed away the Japanese travel specials, but also rejected the highest honor Xun chapter issued by the Japanese government. In 2013, Eric Tsang attended the CPPCC session as Guangzhou CPPCC. In 2014, as a talent show "Come on! Cinderella instructor. In February 2015, Eric Tsang resigned from the Jiangmen CPPCC Standing Committee. In 2017, he won the 36th Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Supporting Actor for "Mad World."