DANNY N.T. YUNG was born in Shanghai and moved to Hong Kong at the age of five. In 1982, he founded Zuni Icosahedron, a Hong Kong art collective, and has been Artistic Director since 1985. His theatre works with Zuni have visited Beijing, Berlin, Brussels, London, Munich, New York, Singapore, Taipei, Tokyo and many other cities. In 2000, Yung organized an eleven weeks Festivals of Vision, a cross-cultural festival and conferences in Berlin and Hong Kong, involved 1000 artists and cultural practitioners from 35 cities in Asia and Europe. Yung is a keen advocate of new art forms. His experimental films, video, cartoon and installation works have been shown at festivals in Berlin, London, Rotterdam, Edinburgh, Tokyo, Los Angeles and New York. His artwork is included in the Inside Out: New Chinese Art in 1999. His one-person show "Tree and Man" opened at 1A Gallery in 2003. Currently, he is the policy advisor to Hong Kong government on several important cultural matters such as Creative Industries, West Kowloon Cultural District, and Planning of Cultural Hub. He has collaborated with UNESCO in initiating Arts in Education Observatory and the Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage, and is the founder of the HKICC School of Creativity in Hong Kong.