Patricia Ching Yee Chong

Patricia Ching Yee Chong (Chinese: 莊靜而) is a Chinese actress from Hong Kong. Chong is known for Sword Stained with Royal Blood, the 1985 Wuxia TV series that was broadcast on TVB.

Patricia Ching Yee Chong
Chinese: 莊靜而
Born (1959-12-13) December 13, 1959 (age 62)
Other namesChong Ching Yee, Chong Ching-yee, Chong Jing-Yee, Patricia Leung, Patricia Chong, Patricia Chong Jing Yee
Years active1980-1997

Early lifeEdit

On December 13, 1959, Chong was born in Hong Kong.[1]


In 1980, Chong started her acting career. Chong is Ah Ling, an innocent and naive girl who is raped, in The Beasts, a horror thriller film directed by Dennis Yu.[2]

In 1985, Chong is Wan Ching-ching (or Wen Ching-ching, Chinese: 夏青青) in Sword Stained with Royal Blood, the 1985 Wuxia TV series (TVB) adapted from Louis Cha's novel Sword Stained with Royal Blood. Chong's character is the daughter in the Wan Chinese: ) family. In the 1977 TV series of the same title, her character was played by Wen Hsueh-erh. In the 2007 TV series (in mandarin) of the same title, her character was played by Eva Shengyi Huang. There are also several film adaptation of the similar and same titles, her character was played by Sheung-koon Kwan-wai (1958/1959 Sword of Blood and Valour in Cantonese), Wen Hsueh-erh (1981 Sword Stained with Royal Blood in Mandarin), and Elsie Yeh (1993 The Sword Stained with Royal Blood in Cantonese).[3]

In 1995, Chong is Carrie Chin in Summer Snow, the award winning film directed by Ann Hui.[1]

In 1997, Chong retired as an actress in Hong Kong.[4]



  • 1980 No Big Deal
  • 1980 The Savour
  • 1980 The Beasts - Ah Ling [5]
  • 1981 The Security
  • 1982 Food for the Sharks
  • 1982 Once Upon a Rainbow - Angie
  • 1983 My Mother
  • 1984 Law with Two Phases - Kit's girlfriend.[6]
  • 1984 Wrong Wedding Trail - Miss Cheng's other sister
  • 1987 Lady in Black - Ann Cheung
  • 1991 Feud Within the Truth
  • 1992 The Truth of a Killer
  • 1995 Summer Snow[7]

Television seriesEdit

Personal lifeEdit

Chong is married and has one daughter. Chong and her family lived in Hong Kong and Canada.[4]


  1. ^ a b "Patricia Chong Jing-Yee". Retrieved October 11, 2020.
  2. ^ "Film Review: The Beasts (Shan Kou) (1980) – CAT III". March 5, 2020. Retrieved October 11, 2020.
  3. ^ a b "Bik hue gim". March 25, 1985. Retrieved October 11, 2020.(Note: This is the 1985 TV series of Chinese: 碧血劍)
  4. ^ a b "一家三口掃平貨莊靜而玉女變肉女 (A family of three swingers, Zhuang Jing and jade girl turned into meat girl) (from google translate)". (in Chinese). June 17, 2013. Archived from the original on October 12, 2020. Retrieved October 11, 2020.
  5. ^ "The Beasts (1980)". 1980. Retrieved October 11, 2020.
  6. ^ "Law with Two Phases". 1984. Retrieved October 11, 2020.(Credited as Patricia Leung)
  7. ^ "NUIYAN, SEISAP (1995)". 1995. Retrieved October 11, 2020.(credited as Chong Ching-yee)
  8. ^ "Heung sing long ji". September 27, 1982. Retrieved October 11, 2020.
  9. ^ "Yang's Saga". Retrieved October 12, 2020.

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