Motor impaired from birth, Liu Tung-mui began painting in1992. 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.
Experiencing hearing impairment due to illness at childhood,Ko Nam is skilled in painting landscapes and sceneries. His paintings are characterized as being free and easy, passionate and optimistic, creating his unique sound world from his silent life. His paintings are widely collected by collectors in the United States, Canada, England, Japan, Denmark and Taiwan, etc
“Not fear of things that I lost as sunshine always stays inmy heart. Believe in yourself and do the right things. Do not fear criticism.”
Tong Wing-yin, Apple is a graphic designer, an illustratorand a freelance artist. Apple loves drawing. Upon her graduation from highschool, Apple attained the BTEC National Diploma in Design, a 3-year foundationprogramme that covers areas including Fashion Design, Graphic Design andInterior Architecture. Apple hasactively participated in art exhibitions, competitions and activities, in aneffort to boost awareness of arts inclusion in different sectors of societywith her work.
Cheng Kai-man, Kevin is a freelance photographer. He is devoted to photography and skilled in visual storytelling. Recently, he has been concentrating on narrative photography to reflect social topics and issues with lenses. Making use of drone technology and his gifted artistic talent,Kevin has broken free from physical barriers and the lack of space characterising Hong Kong to create images distinctly different from those stereotypical portrayal of the City.
Kevin’s works have been seen in various art exhibitions and projects, including his solo exhibition "Lion Rock and Space - Kevin Cheng's Truly Hong Kong Series Art Exhibition", "The Forgotten City Series: Exhibition of “City / Farmers", Affordable Art Fair, “detour”– Coexist Exhibition and Sharing and the Breathe Life Arts Exhibition 2018.