ADAM’s Resident Artist. She is a recipient of the “2005 Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award” and the Medal of Honour (M.H.) award by the HKSAR for her exemplary efforts in pursuing a meaningful life through painting despite her disability, and for her valuable contribution to charity activities. She is one of the torch-bearers in Beijing 2008 Paralympics and the candidates of ATV “Hong Kong Top Ten Loving Hearts Selection Campaign” in 2010.
Motor impaired from birth, Tung-mui began painting in 1992 and had her first solo exhibition “Life‧Rainbow” in 1997 and another two solo exhibitions, “Breaking Out” and “Art and Life” in 1999 and 2005. “Trajectories” was a joint exhibition of Tung-mui and her sister Liu Cheng-mui held in Hong Kong and Macau. She has also taken part in various arts exhibitions and competitions in Hong Kong and overseas countries, e.g., The Large-scale Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition for the Celebration of the 8th Anniversary of the Establishment of HKSAR and International Festival of Inclusive Arts. Her art piece is displayed at MTR Jordan Station in Hong Kong. She is the first-runner-up of “The 5th International Abilympics (Prague)” Poster Design Competition. She is one of the juried artists for the “2004 VSA Arts Festival - Dare to Imagine” in Washington D.C.. Her two paintings albums were published in 1998 and 2008. Tung-mui also collaborated with renowned artist Ah Chung to publish a book “Holding Tight; Letting Go”. In December 2009, Tung Mui’s piece My Dream was exhibited in Australia.
Moreover, Tung-mui is interested in dance, recently she performed in “Painting in Dance – the Art of Dance by the Happy Rainbow Fishes 2011”. With her enthusiasm and achievement in arts, she has been praised by many honorable awards. She received the “2012 Hong Kong Spirit Ambassador”, “Outstanding Person with Disability Award 2002”, “Ten Outstanding Warriors of Regeneration 2000”, and “The Most Successful Women Award 2007” by JESSICA. In 2004, she was appointed as the “Star of Arts” by the Health, Welfare and Food Bureau “Jockey Club Arts for the Disabled Scheme” in assisting people with disabilities to develop their creative and artistic potentialities.
1974 Born in Beijing
1999 Moved to Hong Kong
2000 Ten Outstanding Warriors of Regeneration
2005 Ten Outstanding Young Persons, Junior Chamber International Hong Kong