Wong Kar-wai (Karwai Wong), born in Shanghai on July 17, 1958, is a Hong Kong film director, producer and screenwriter who specializes in literary films. His father moved to Hong Kong in 1963. After graduating from graphic design major at Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1980, he went through short-term training to enter Hong Kong TVB television station for television production. In 1988 Wong Kar-wai for the first time directed the movie "Carmen in Mong Kok", 1990 directed the second film "Astrolades," won the Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Director Award and Golden Horse Award for Best Director Award. In 1994 directed the film "ashes", is a subversion of the traditional martial arts films. 1997 directorial film "Happy Together" won the 50th Cannes Film Festival Best Director Award, is the first Hong Kong director of this award. In 2001, the government of Hong Kong awarded the BBS. 2004 film "2046" won the European Film Award, the New York Film Critics Association Award and many other awards, May 21, 2006, in Cannes, France awarded the French Legion of Honor knight-class medal, the same year as the 59th Cannes International Film Festival Jury Chairman. In 2013, he directed the film "The Grand Master" and won the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards for best director and the chairman of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival Jury. June 2017, won the 9th Lyon Lumiere Film Festival "Lumiere Awards."