Tsang Man-tung is an accomplished artist who serves in the fields of theatre, visual arts, music and arts education. In 2010, he visited the Yale School of Drama as a special research fellow on an Asian Cultural Council fellowship from 2009. He is a renowned scenographer with over twenty years of experience and received numerous local and international awards on scenography, including the Award for Best Artist (Theatre) at the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2008 and the Silver Prize for Set Design at World Stage Design 2017 with the dance drama Storm Clouds.
Renowned for his conceptual and minimalist style, his ritual theatre works include The Heart Sutra (2017), Vipassana - Silent Walk (2017), Silence in the Woods (2019) and The Light of Metempsychosis (2021). Tsang was invited to present his solo exhibition in scenography Disjunctive-coding Exhibition in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Hong Kong City Hall in 2002. In 2022, he participated in Art X Mindfulness: Listening to the Boundless Universe through Art and curated lokadhātu mindfulness installation exhibition at Hong Kong Arts Centre.
Tsang was invited to hold his unique workshops – White Paper and ScenoZen at Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space (PQ) in 2011 and 2015 respectively. In 2007, he published his first book about contemporary stage design in Hong Kong entitled Scenography: Transcend to the Beyond.
Tsang is also an artist of Himalayan singing bowls, founded Allpamama in 2010, with art, music, life and meditation as the four cores. He has extensive experience in singing bowl performing, teaching, and initiating meditative workshops for different organizations and companies. Besides, he released his first singing bowl album The Seed of Sound: Singing Bowl in 2018 and published the book about singing bowl The Bowl of Enlightenment in 2020.