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Hung’s Arts Foundation/Chairman of the Board

Graduated from Law school at National Taiwan University, Hung is one of the initiators of Paper Windmill 319 Community Children’s Art project and 368 Community Children’s Art Project. He is now the President of Hung’s Arts Foundation, dedicated to researching and promoting artifacts. The foundation allows the cohort to discover artifact arts and explore spiritual aesthetics.
Hung’s collection can be divided into roughly six categories - Thangkas, Himalayan Buddhism arts, Chinese sculptures, lacquerwares, enamels, and significant objects. He thinks it’s a joy to pursue the beauty of artifacts and then incorporate that into daily life. After stepping down from the competitive frontline of the financial field, Hong became a pastor for charities working on collecting Taiwanese children’s smiles.

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