Tang Guoqiang

Tang Guoqiang (born 4 May 1952) is a Chinese actor best known for portraying historical figures in several films and television series. Some of his more notable roles include: various Chinese emperors (e.g. Emperor Taizong of Tang, Yongle Emperor, Yongzheng Emperor), Zhuge Liang, Yan Zhenqing and Mao Zedong. Tang started his acting career when he first joined a performance troupe in 1970 after graduating from middle school. He made his film debut in 1975 as the male lead in Storm over the South China Sea. He is also a member of the Chinese Calligraphy Society.

Poster for the movie "The Battle at Lake Changjin"

The Battle at Lake Changjin

In the winter of 1950, in the icy and snowy area of Changjin Lake, a bloody battle between the United States and China was about to begin. China and the United States respectively sent the most elite troop troops to fight-the 9th Corps of the Chinese People’s Volunteers, the 1st US Marine Division, and the 7th Infantry Division.

Mao Zedong 1949

Mao Zedong 1949 (2019) — History – 20 September 2019 Your rating: Not rated yet! Director:  Huang Jianxin, Haiqiang Ning Writers:  He Jiping Stars:  Tang Guoqiang, … Read more

The Founding of a Republic

The Founding of a Republic is a Chinese historical film commissioned by China’s film regulator and made by the state-owned China Film Group (CFG) to mark the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph.

The Hundred Regiments Offensive

The Hundred Regiments Offensive is a 2015 Chinese war epic film directed by Ning Haiqiang and Zhang Yuzhong, starring Tao Zeru, Liu Zhibing, Yin Xiaotian, Wu Yue, Tang Guoqiang, Wang Wufu, Deng Chao, and Ma Xiaowei. It was released in China on August 28, 2015 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Japan’s surrender.[