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Doris Tse Kar Wai has been a producer on movies in Asia for nearly two decades, and started in the business during the resurgence of Hong Kong cinema.
She is currently co-producing Rob Cohen's The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, which will be in theatres worldwide in the summer of 2008. The epic adventure tale stars Jet Li, Brendan Fraser, and Maria Bello.
Ms. Tse's early film credits as line producer include Stanley Kwan's award-winning Centre Stage, starring Maggie Cheung; Mabel Cheung's The Soong Sisters, which teamed Maggie Cheung, Michelle Yeoh, and Vivian Wu; and Peter Chan's He Ain't Heavy, He's My Father, in which Tony Leung of Lust, Caution appeared. As associate producer, her film projects include Yip Kam Hung's Love Is Not a Game, But a Joke and Metade Fumaca.
She has since produced such features as Wilson Yip's Skyline Cruisers; Yee Chung Man's And I Hate You So; Yip Kam Hung's Lavender, Just One Look, and Elixir of Love; Thomas Chow's Merry-Go-Round; and Mabel Cheung's feature of ten short films addressing 2003's SARS epidemic.
Ms. Tse again reunited with the latter director as co-producer of the notable feature documentary Traces of a Dragon: Jackie Chan & His Lost Family.