Ralph Kiggell

Ralph Kiggell is an English artist living in Bangkok. He studied Chinese at London University then lived and worked in China and Hong Kong for several years. In 1990, he went to Japan to learn Ukiyoe printmaking at the famous Yoshida print studio. Later, he studied contemporary woodblock printing techniques at in Kyoto, then completed a Master’s in Fine Art at Tama Art University, Tokyo.

Ralph has long been fascinated by the Japanese woodblock print and has experimented and developed his own methods and techniques based on Japanese traditions. Ralph has exhibited and lived in many countries around the world.

Find out more about the artist and the book here: www.ralphkiggell.com

Kori Song

Kori Song is a freelance illustrator, currently residing in Hong Kong. Kori's expressive and colourful illustrations reflect her interest in the relationship between cities and those who live in them. Sometimes she draws randomly, with subjects like scenery from memory, or favourite things in daily life. Kori's first book, Cicada, was a Winner in the Sun Hung Kai Properties Young Writers’ Debut Competition in 2013. Kori graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, in Chongqing, China.

Visit www.cargocollective.com/korisong

Diana Wu David

Diana Wu David lives in Hong Kong. Her passion for travel, writing and embracing cultures around the world led her to write Hong Kong ABC for her three children and for the children of charity Room to Read. When not with her family Diana can be found working at the Financial Times in Hong Kong where she is Corporate Development Director.

Diana is an editor of Joanne’s latest title, The Swimmers.

Adelaide Daniell

Adelaide Daniell is a talented graphic designer from Melbourne. Adelaide designed this website! Her favourite book as a child was Six Dinner Sid by Inga Moore which was about a cat who visited 6 different houses for six different dinners every night.