Master Fan Ho as the lead actor in his most memorable film from Shaw Brothers (1966-68)
On the Father’s day of 2016, we were deeply saddened by Dad’s passing. The preparation of the new book and the exhibition since then has been a healing process for us. We still feel the sorrow, yet he will forever live in our hearts, and we hope our gift comes just in time on this Father’s day.
We are grateful for the support from our relatives, friends and fans of our Dad. He would have been very happy. While seeking fame and fortune was never his priority, he would have treasured Forget Me Not.
Fan Ho’s Daughter and Son
Fan Ho's first solo exhibition was in year 1957 at the age of 26 at the Cecil Art Gallery on Ice House Street. More than 100 prints of old Hong Kong street scenes, seascapes, people and portraits where showcased in a 4 day exhibition.Read More
On October 8th, Fan Ho would have been 85 years old.
Fan Ho was certainly not a gadget freak. The only camera he ever owned was a twin lens Rollei Flex he purchased when he arrived in Hong Kong in 1949. All his award winning photographs were taken with this one camera. The camera still exists today and is safe guarded by his family.Read More