Members

Chairman

Cheung Chung-yan

Chiu Kwong-fai

Director

Chiu Kwong-chiu

趙廣超

He was born in Hong Kong and he studied in France. He researches in Eastern and Western arts and cultures. He is also a writer and educator. Currently, he is:
Deputy Director of Chinese Culture Research Center, China Academy of Art
Director of Thing-ing Laboratory


He was appointed:

Consultant in Publishing and Education Promotion, Beijing Forbidden City Publishing House
Editorial Committee Member of Forbidden City Magazine

Consultant for the China Pavilion’s “Chinese Wisdom in Urban Development” seminar, and Expert Advisory Member for the in-depth display design of the China Pavilion’s “River of Wisdom—Along the Qing Ming River” exhibit, the Shanghai World Expo 2010

Art and Creative Consultant for documentary programmes by CCTV9 Documentary Channel: The Forbidden City 100, The Forbidden City in the Louvre and CHINA: Story of Chinese Export Porcelain


Major authored works:

Beyond Chinese Wooden Architecture

No Mere Chinese Painting

Notes on the “Along the Qing Ming River”

The Grand Forbidden City: The Imperial Axis (Traditional & Simplified Chinese Editions)

National Arts: The Wooden Chair

The Forbidden City Map: Palace Sentiment

The Grand Forbidden City: The Imperial Axis

National Arts: Twelve Beauties

Bravo Objects Series

We All Live in the Forbidden City Series

Let's Build the Front Court Together

Let's Look Around in the Imperial Home

The Blessed Bowl

Chinese Architecture: A Suite Inspired by Nature Grope inside the Palace

How are You, Mr. Emperor?

Can You Tell?

This is the Greatest Place! The Forbidden City and the World of Small Animals

In the Forbidden City

I Look Around in the Palace Museum

Large Maps of the Palace Museum

A Small Map of the Palace Museum

Forbidden City 100


Translation works:

《遊山十日》 (Ten days in the Mountains by Dr. Eric Wear)

Project Development in charge

Ng Ching Man, Eileen

Master of Arts in Cultural Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

BA (Hons) of Arts in Design (Visual Communication), School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Project Coordinator and Researcher in History and Culture

National Arts: Twelve Beauties (coauthored with Chiu Kwong-chiu)

Can You Tell? (coauthored with Chiu Kwong-chiu)

How are You, Mr. Emperor? (coauthored with Chiu Kwong-chiu)

Education Director

Ma Kin Chung

BA (Hons) in Industrial Design, School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Researches in the correlation between traditional Chinese furniture and utensils

Part-time tutor, School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Co-ordinated and participated in the “Beijing Parkour” Urban Cultural Research Programme

National Arts: The Wooden Chair (coauthored with Chiu Kwong-chiu, Chan Hon Wai)

Chinese Architecture: A Suite Inspired by Nature Grope inside the Palace (coauthored with Chiu Kwong-chiu)

Head of Design Studies

Chow Yuen Mei, Amy

Master of Fine Art (Graphic Design), Academy of Art University, San Francisco, U.S.A.

Participated actively in several accredited art and design programmes in major tertiary institutions

Design and Project Director, Hong Kong Design Centre (2005-2012)

Curator of various exhibition and publication projects:

Very Hong Kong : Project 9707 — Hong Kong, Milan, London, New York, Seoul (2007); Creative Hong Kong (2008); Hong Kong : Creative Ecologies (Shanghai World Expo 2010); DeSein — German Graphic Design from Post War to Present (2011) ; Shenzhen Hong Kong Design Exhibition (2011); Ingenuity Follows Nature — a Poster Exhibition of Asian Designers & Tong Yang-Tze's Calligraphy (2012 Hong Kong Edition); Design for Asia (2011-2013); Creative Ecologies+(2012); and Imminent Domain: Designing the life of tomorrow (2013).

Members

So Kok

Design & Education

Chan Hon Wai

Design & Education

Cheung Chi Yan,
Kenny

Digital Media

Ng Kai Chun

Digital Media

Master of Arts in Philosophy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Arts in Design (Culture and Theory), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Researches in aesthetics of traditional culture

The Birth of Modern Chinese Design (in Chinese) (coauthored with Kwok Yan-chi)

BA (Hons) of Arts in Design (Visual Communication), Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Researches in Western art development and asthetics of classical Chinese gardens

National Arts: The Wooden Chair (coauthored with Chiu Kwong-chiu, Ma Kin Chung)

In the Forbidden City (coauthored with Chiu Kwong-chiu)

Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication, University of Western Sydney

Founder of INY’S Creative Ltd., an animation production company

Higher Diploma in Media Arts, Hong Kong Art School

Researches in digitization and webpages

Wu Dong Yu

Project Research


Cheng Wing Man, Cecilia

Project Research

Wong Yuen Lam, Rachel

Design and Research Assistant

Bachelor of Arts in Planning and Management of Creative Industry, Cheung Kong School of Art and Design, Shantou University

Researches in cultural and historical data

Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Work experience in project planning and design research

BA (Hons) of Arts and Design in Education, School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Higher Diploma in Visual Communication, Hong Kong Design Institute

Work experience in webpages, graphic and brand design

Education Team

Lam Man Ki,
Miki

Lee Man Yi,
Kary

Chan Suet Yi,
Yuki

Mok Ceven
 

Bachelor of Arts in Applied and Media Arts, PolyU SPEED

Master of Social Science in Journalism and Communications,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Art (Honours) in Chinese Language and Literature,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Former editor and creative writer in
Hong Kong major media organizations

Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
in Culture and Heritage Management,
City University of Hong Kong

Former summer intern of National Museum of China

Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
in Chinese Language and Literature (Minor in Visual Art),
Hong Kong Baptist University

Former Chinese creative writing class tutor
and designer assistant

 

Coordinator of Beijing Office

               Bao Fang