Cindy Ng Sio Ieng has liberated ink from its subordination to the brush and from its longstanding obligation to render words and images. Born in Macau, Ng worked at the Chinese Calligraphy and Paintings Collection Research of the British Museum during her stay in London from 1993 to 1994. She then moved to Taiwan in 1997.
Her works are recognized by various art bodies and have been exhibited in many countries in Europe, America and Asia, such as the Today Art Museum in Beijing, Taipei Fine Art Museum and the Dadao Museum, Taiwan and the Orient Foundation Gallery in Macau. Art critic Haoson Chan described her works as “Adopting traditional skills with fresh idea and generating new arts beyond classical connotations”. She now lives and works in Beijing.