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Shu Sung-wan was born in Hong Kong in 1956. He exhibited great interest in drawing and calligraphy since childhood. Shu studied abroad in Canada and graduated from the University of Guelph, Canada with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1980. He then embarked on a multidimensional pursuit of all things artistic.
He was involved in stage design, graphic design, illustration and art direction. He had taught extracurricular activity classes at the Hong Kong Baptist University, as well as evening classes at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Shu has taken up vegetarianism since 1985, adopting the practice as transcendental insights into Beingness for over 30 years.
His works won him numerous awards in Hong Kong, New York and the UK. In 2000 he was named by The International Biographical Centre of Cambridge, England as one of the “2000 Outstanding Artists and Designers of the 20th Century.”
Shu’s works were collected by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the Taiwan Center. He is currently Honourable Chairman of the China International Painters, Calligraphers and Collectors Association.
In February 2017, Shu established the Starfish Art Association to promote Art by organizing local and international exhibitions for adults and children artists. He is also the founder of Fun Fun Foundation, a charitable organization specially set up to support projects, to help the needy and to give happiness to people.