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Postgal Workshop is a two-person comic group where Pam Hung is mainly responsible for script writing and John Chan for art creation. Both artists are cat lovers. They think that mankind living in nature and the universe are as tiny as a cat flea. Therefore, they adopted the name Postgal Workshop, which is homonym to “cat flea” in Cantonese. The duo has received numerous awards, for example “Hong Kong Arts Development Awards-The Best Artist Award, and their works were awarded the grand prize in Japan TBS animation competition, which followed with an interview invitation from Yomiuri Shimbun in Japan. The Din-dong series, a representative comic work by the duo, was published by Joint Publishing HK.

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Din-dong

Din-dong, a silly cat kept by the illustrator, is full of positive energy and dreams and likes to collect surplus resources. Exhibitions featuring Din-dong were on display in Hong Kong Harbour City, LCX, Olympian City, APM, and the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Japan. Din-dong was awarded the 4th Asiagraph Jury Special Work in Tokyo, Japan, while its animation was broadcast in the Nippon Television Network Corporation as well as in the 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival. The illustrated story of Ding-dong is published by instalments in China’s publications.

Postgal Workshop