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A small penguin that follows the penguin family to come to Hong Kong. It can change anywhere it stays into a playground. It can play with anything and have lots of fun! Its motto is “the world is a big playground”.

Ding Ding Penguin

Kong Khong-chang, also known as Kong Kee, claims that he does not have the ability to differentiate between comedy and tragedy, making people hesitate about whether to cry or to laugh. The locally born comic artist has published a series of works, which include Imperfect Shoes, Ricegas, Hijacking - Comic Hong Kong Literature (co-authored by Chihoi), Pandaman, Ding Ding Penguin, etc. In 2015, Kong was invited to launch the comic strip Travel to Hong Kong with the renowned British band Blur. In 2009, he co-founded Penguin Lab with Lawman for multi-media development and product creation. His animation Howl the Mobile Fatty won the Silver Award of Best Digital Entertainment (Animation) in the Hong Kong ICT Awards 2013; his animation Saveur Tèrèbenthine was selected as the finalist in the animation category of the 20th ifva Awards 2015 and the 16th DigiCon6 Awards in Japan. In 2016, his comic character Ding Ding Penguin became one of the statues on Hong Kong Avenue of Comic Stars and Ani-Com Park@Harbour"FUN". In 2017, his animation Dragon’s Delusion co-directed with Lee Kwok-wai and Tsui Ka-hei won the “DigiCon6 Asia Gold Mention” Award by TBS in Japan.

 

Related website

http://www.penguinlab.net

https://www.facebook.com/ricegas

https://www.facebook.com/%E4%B8%81%E4%B8%81%E4%BC%81%E9%B5%9D-363074167202300

Kong Kee