Christina Tung

Drip Mountain

Ceramics 5cm(H) x 12cm(W) 2010

Whirling Jasper

Ceramics 5cm(H) x 15cm(W) 2010

Rolling Hills

Ceramics 6cm(H) x 10cm(W) 2010

Bird Songs

Ceramics 8cm(H) x 16cm(W) 2010

Elegant Melt

Ceramics 8cm(H) x 10cm(W) 2011

Pine Series (1)

Ceramics 9cm(H) x 13cm(W) 2013

Pine Series (2)

Ceramics 10cm(H) x 14cm(W) 2014

Pine Series (3)

Ceramics 11cm(H) x 12cm(W) 2014


Ceramics 10cm(H) x 12cm(W) 2014


Ceramics 11cm(H) x 14cm(W) 2014


Ceramics 9cm(H) x 12cm(W) 2014


Ceramics 11cm(H) x 14cm(W) 2014


Ceramics 11cm(H) x 12cm(W) 2014


Ceramics 9cm(H) x 11cm(W) 2014

Ceramic Tea Set (Cup)

Ceramics 5cm(H) x 7cm(W) 2012

Ceramic Tea Set (Teapot)

Ceramics 20cm(H) x 20cm(W) 2012

Tung Wai, Christina, was born in Hong Kong. 

Under the guidance of the well-known ceramic artist Ms. Janet Tso, Christina entered the vibrant world of ceramics art in 2010, and at the same time, the door to arts has opened for her.  

Since 2011, Christina has been a student under the pupilage of contemporary ink-wash Master Lam Tian Xing and Lingnan school ink-painting Master Lam Wu Fui. Within years, she dived right into the world of arts and started creating more and more. 

In 2015, she opened her first gallery named Cheer Bell Gallery, holding various exhibitions with arts from multiple contemporary distinguished artists and world-renowned masters. Not only does it support art itself as a whole, it also brings art into general public. 

Christina goes to great lengths to spread the culture of arts. In April of 2016, she was invited by the local Internet TV platform “Made in Hong Kong” to be the host of the art program “Beauty of Arts”, in which she interviewed a number of art masters and introduced art information to the audience. To bring art culture to light, Christina wrote the screenplay and did the acting for the program all by herself. 

Christina’s art works were exhibited in Asia and she has taken part in joint exhibition for over ten times. Some of her works are even collected by many financial institutions and collectors from all over the world. 

In January of 2018, she supported the ballet performance of “Swan Lake” by the Saint Petersburg Ballet Theatre at Hong Kong Cultural Centre, and had her works showcased at the same venue. 

In February and March 2018, Christina began studying and delving into Chinese calligraphy with Mr. Yu Yuen Hong and Chinese Calligrapher Mr. Cheung Sing Kwo.

In May and June 2018, her debut solo exhibition would be held at the Museum of Russia Academy of Fine Arts and Molbert Gallery at St. Petersburg, Russia, respectively. 

She is now the Committee Member of The 4-D Art Club and a member of Shine Art Association.

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Christina’s artistic path 


March 2010

Start pupilage with renowned pottery master Janet Tso

January 2011

Under the recommendation of her mentor, participate for the first time in Janet Tso’s solo ceramics exhibition in Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre

August 2011

Start pupilage with renowned ink wash Master and Chairman of Hong Kong Arts Exchange Association Lam Tian Xing to learn the skills and techniques of ink wash paintings 


Invited to join The 4-D Art Club


Invited to join Shine Art Association

January 2013

Invited to participate in the “Flower in Fog” Joint Exhibition organized by “Shine Art Association” at Hong Kong Central Library

October 2013

Invited to participate in the first “Hong Kong Fu Tien Joint Calligraphy and Painting Exhibition – Mangrove Hong Kong” held in Fu Tien of Shenzhen

October 2013

Participate in Mr. Lam Tian Xing’s Joint Teacher-Student Exhibition of Colour Ink Paintings held in Hong Kong City Hall, an in-depth experience-sharing occasion with fellow students and art-lovers

December 2014

Participate in a joint exhibition with" Shine Art Association", showing ink painting as well as ceramics works

March 2015

Found Cheer Bell Gallery to promote art

May 2015

Organized and participated in Cheer Bell Gallery’s "Chinese Contemporary 'Shui Mo' Painting Joint Exhibition"

June 2015

Invited to participate in a joint Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition organized by China and the World Culture of Hong Kong

September 2015

Invited to participate in The 2015 Incheon Global Cities Arts Exchange Grand Festival organized by Incheon Metropolitan City Arts Association in Korea

December 2015

Started pupilage with Lingnan ink painting Master Lam Wui Fui

January 2016

Became Committee Member of The 4-D Art Club

April -July 2016

Invited by local internet TV platform “Made in Hong Kong” to host “Beauty of Arts”, an art program introducing masterpieces to audience

January 2017

Participate in Shine Art Association joint exhibition 《畫出心弦》, the artworks are exhibited in Hong Kong Central Library.

September 2017

Invited to participate in “Joint Exhibition of Female Artists from Shenzhen, Hong Kong & Macau” by Shenzhen Female Artist Association

November 2017

Participate in “Splashing Colours from our Hearts” Joint Exhibition by The 4-D Art Club.

January 2018

Supported the performance of “Swan Lake by Saint Petersburg Theatre Russian Ballet” organized by China Ethnic & Folk Culture and Arts Exchange Association (HK)Artwork showcased in The Hong Kong Cultural Centre

May 2018

Invited to have solo exhibition held at the Museum of Russian Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Russia

June 2018

Invited to have solo exhibition held at Molbert Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia