L3 - Begin from 17th July

L5 - Begin from 2nd July

Margaret Chu

Alannala Lau     Becky Ng     Bell Hui     Eastman Cheng
Leung Kwong Yiu     Kong Chun Hei     Margaret Chu
tamshui:\     Tang Kwok Hin     Wong Tin Yan

Participating Artists Profile

Alannala Lau

Alannala LAU, also named Alan LAU Wai-Lun, graduated from the Fine Arts Dept, CUHK in 1994. Since 1993 he has had ten solo painting exhibitions and participated in over forty group shows. His works are being collected by private collectors, art consultants, Deutsche Bank (Shanghai office), the Town Imaizumi Museum, Japan and the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Washington DC, San Francisco, Geneva and Brussels. He had been chosen as a winner of 2002-2003 Vermont Studio Center Freeman Fellowship.


Becky Ng

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons.), Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
Master of Fine Arts, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia.

Bell Hui

Bell HUI obtained a BA (Fine Art) degree in the Department of Fine Arts, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2000 and continued her MA of Art Preventive Conservation course at the UK in 2006.

Selected exhibitions:

HUI's work was the Winner of the Prize of Excellence of the 13th Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition 2001 and was collected by the Hong Kong Art Museum.

Eastman Cheng

Eastman Cheng Shuk Yee is now staying as a resident artist of Chinese Arts Centre in Manchester for four months. Her art involves the uses of self-made objects to discover the surprises of urban life.


Leung Kwong Yiu

Leung Kwong-yiu is a freelance artist with the background of graphic design, now engaging in the visual art education. He facilitates students how to express themselves, build up self-confidence and share with the others via the participation and experience of art creation

Kong Chun Hei

KONG Chun Hei (b.1987) graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2009

Through the slow and time consuming processing to pick up the features of some daily life objects which are seldom experienced, and use it to reflect the common situation.

Margaret Chu

After getting her bachelor's degree from the Fine Arts Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, she has gained in-depth experience in the creative fields, including design, art creation, and art administration. Recently she is busy teaching art to children, making her own sculptures and curating art exhibitions.



tamshui:\ was born in Hong Kong. After graduated from the School of Design at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2001, he became actively involved in various creative works. His works were exhibited and screened in various countries and places including Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Japan and Hong Kong. He received the Gold Award in Animation Category in the 7th ifva in 2001, and the Rising Artist Award (Film & Media Arts) in the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards in 2002. He has devoted himself in design education in recent years, and is now a part-time tutor at the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity.


Tang Kwok Hin

Tang Kwok Hin, mixed media artist. Master of Fine Arts from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008. Part-time visual arts teacher at the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity. Winner of the "Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Awards 2009"


Wong Tin Yan

Wong tin yan was graduated from the Department of Fine Arts, Chinese University of Hong Kong at 2000. As a sculptor, he likes to collect some junk wood to create cartoon style animal sculptures. He was active in exhibition and co-operation with different brand. His works was collected by local and overseas collectors.