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Li Ming (1966-2014)
By Kevin Ma
Fri, 03 January 2014, 11:50 AM (HKT)
Li graduated from the Communication University of China 中國傳媒大學 in 1989 and founded his own advertising agency in 1994. In 1998, Li's company shifted its focus to television series and began investing in films in 2009.
Under Li, Galloping Horse has produced films including Reign of Assassins 劍雨 (2010) and Eternal Moment 將愛情進行到底 (2011). It is the main investor of John WOO 吳宇森's US$40 million in-production The Crossing 太平輪.
Li was 47-years-old.