Naomi CHUNG joined West Kowloon as Head of Xiqu, Performing Arts in 2011. Since then she has produced a number of events, including the West Kowloon Bamboo Theatre (2012, 2013, 2014), Freespace Fest (2012), the Xiqu Centre Seminar Series, Rising Stars of Cantonese Opera, The Ghost Seller & His Butterflies, the Experimental Cantonese opera Farewell My Concubine (New Adaptation) and cultural exchange programmes in mainland China. Most recently she produced The Reincarnation of Red Plum for the grand opening of the Xiqu Centre. Before joining West Kowloon, Naomi CHUNG was Technical Director of Hong Kong productions at the Expo 2010 Shanghai China, and Head of Programmes & Education with the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra (2001–2009).
Currently Adjunct Professor of Cultural Studies at Lingnan University, LI Siu-leung was previously Head of Lingnan's Cultural Studies and Adjunct Professor in the Music Department at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Published on Chinese opera and gender, film and pop culture, LI has also served on various government and professional committees related to performing arts.
Frederick LAU is chair and professor of Ethnomusicology and director of the Centre for Chinese Music Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His scholarly interests include a broad range of topics in Chinese, Western, and Asian music and cultures. Apart from publishing books and articles, he is editor of the book series entitled Music and Performing Arts of Asia and the Pacific. Prior to teaching in Hong Kong, he was professor of the University of Hawaii at Manoa and California Polytechnic State University.