Miss Agnes Pang
•「Agnes Recycles - Arts & Crafts 綠惜創意DIY」作者
• Draw 2- Art and Language Studio 及 Agnes Recycles 創辦人
• 「EVI兒童教育資訊網」、「Parent’s Daily」及「荷花親子網」專欄作家及顧問
•兒童節目「 Think Big天地 之齊齊Art Like」導師主持
她向來主張「人棄我取」，一直善用生活資源，把人們眼中的「垃圾」變成創作材料。她於 2012 年創辦 的Draw 2- Art and Language Studio，鼓勵小朋友要多動腦筋、多思考及自我創作，並懂得善用資源，愛護環境。此外，她於2015年創立自家品牌 “Agnes Recycles”，結合創意及藝術，給廢棄物料賦予新生命，使它重生成具欣賞價值和藝術感的作品。2016年出版雙語手作書「Agnes Recycles - Arts & Crafts 綠惜創意DIY」。
在推廣環保藝術方面，由於作品及理念創新，Agnes在這幾年間，經常接受不同報章及雜誌訪問及報導，分享創作心得及作品欣賞，次數多達130次以上（不包括專欄文章）：如南華早報、蘋果日報、經濟日報、頭條新聞、東方日報、晴報、星島日報、am730、東周刊、壹週刊、兒童快報等；或擔任電視及電台嘉賓如TVB[都市閒情/安樂蝸/文化新領域/放學ICU/Think Big天地 」、亞洲電視[通識小學堂]、新城商業電及商業電台等。廣為人知的是她為兒童節目「 Think Big天地 之齊齊Art Like」導師主持，共５１集及[通識小學堂] 嘉賓導師11集。 同時她亦在親子教育網站擔任專欄作家及顧問。
Agnes 亦不時應邀出席多項大型活動，如第12及第13屆香港冬季購物節「香港創意無限大．工作坊」及香港蜆殼有限公司 與 綠色力量 合辦《觸「木」蝶變》；及積極參與社區/學校藝術教育推廣工作，如保良局「綠綠無窮」/「綠在深水埗」計畫；東華三院「長者服務」；聖公會麥理浩夫人中心「惜物減廢計劃」及勞工處「青年就業起點」工作坊等環保藝術工作坊等即場示範及推廣環保藝術。
An author, column writer, event management professional, TV host, art and language tutor and etiquette trainer.
Miss Pang obtained her Fine Arts degree from the University of Hong Kong. She then achieved a degree in Law from the University of London, a master degree in Business Administration from the University of Surrey as well as a master degree in Japanese study from the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong. She also completed a certificate training program for professional Butlers from Savoy Butler Academy (UK) and also obtained a certificate of Etiquette consultant from IAPO(US).
Miss Pang is the founder of Draw 2. She is an experienced tutor in English, Japanese and Arts for both children and adults. As a graduate of Fine Arts from the University of Hong Kong, she has sound knowledge in the art industry, having worked for a renowned gallery as an art consultant. She also obtained a degree in Law, as well as master degrees in Business Administration and Japanese study. Her experience extends to corporate communication and translation through previous jobs in multinational companies and a local University. Currently she is hosting an art program in TVB Think Big Family, a member of the "EVI Education" consultants and a column writer of Eugene Column.
Miss Pang encourages students to develop their independent thinking, personal style and creativity. Her remarkable and unique recycled artworks are often featured on TV, magazines and newspapers such as TVB, ATV, Metro Finance FM104, SCMP, Apple Daily, HKET, Oriental Daily, Ming Pao, Eastweek and Whiz-kids Express. She has got more than 140 media coverage in 5 years. (not incl. her columns) She also uploads videos on YouTube sharing the process of making artworks. She was invited by the HK Asia Exhibition Ltd to demonstrate DIY Recycled Christmas Ornaments in the 12th and 13th HK Mega Show "DIY Workshop"; Eugene Group, Shell and Green Power and PwC to demonstrate recycled artworks in the 2016. In 2015, Draw 2 was awarded by ABDA Ltd as one of the HK Famous Brand Finalists.
Her first recycled DIY book "Agnes Recycles - Arts and Crafts" was published in Nov 2016. Her artwork has been shown in the HK JCCAC joint exhibition in 2016 and 2018 and her solo exhibition " A Green Spring" at MTR Central station was just finished from 24 April - 30 June, 2018.
Graduated from the HK Baptist University, major in Chinese, and awarded the Certificate of Education and Master degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. With over 15 years teaching experience as a secondary school teacher, she deeply understands the importance of establishing solid language and art foundations for students from their early childhood.
Miss Tsui was graduated from Kyung Hee University after obtaining a Korean Scholarship. She was also awarded a certificate of Korean Teaching Training Program from Ewha Women University Language Institute and achieved Grade 6 of Korean Language Course in Konkuk University Language Institute.
With a Master degree in Japanese Study from the HK Polytechnic University, Shirley has worked in the Nikkei Japanese Language School for a few years and was awarded “the Best Teacher” for 2 consecutive years. In order to make the lessons more lively and interesting, elements of Japanese culture as well as grammar will be shared with students.