Zou Wenhuai, a Hong Kong film tycoon and founder of Jiahe Group, died at the age of 91, China News Network reported on November 2, according to the Ming Pao of Hong Kong. Several people in the film industry confirmed that they learned the news from friends familiar with Zous family, but could not contact his daughter Zou Chonghong for the time being.
Cai Ping, a veteran film and television producer, said that he had a tea party with Mr. and Mrs. Zou about two years ago. The last time he saw Zou Wenhuai at a party in the past year, he felt that he was walking slower than before and needed the help of his daughter.
Cai praised Zou for his great contribution to the Hong Kong film industry, especially bringing out Bruce Lee, making Bruce Lee a model martial arts actor in Hong Kong. Privately, Zou Wenhuai was human and hes a Gentleman.