Architecture and cultural critic. Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Graduated from the Department of Architecture of the University of Hong Kong and the Architectural Alliance College (AA) in London, England. He once taught at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University's Department of Design and the Hong Kong University's SPACE Department of Architecture. In 2016, he founded the "aona" architectural studio. He is currently studying for a PhD in the University of Hong Kong, majoring in the history of East Asian modern architecture. In 2015, he used bamboo branches to build temporary shelters for the victims of the Nepal earthquake.
This time, he continued to use bamboo branches as materials to explore the water and land boundaries of fishing ponds, and to make works with natural building materials, trying to break the distance between the city and the countryside.