Siu Ping Keung, a master of wood carving in Hong Kong, has more than fifty years of experience and a deep understanding of religious statues and Hong Kong wood carving history. He was an apprentice to his father, Siu Yue Cheong, from the age of eight while continuing his studies and later inherited his father’s business.

Master Siu used to carve household deities for local fisherfolks and longfeng (dragon and phoenix) pillars for many Chinese restaurants. Integrating the two carving styles of Guangdong and Ningbo to combine the best of both, Master Siu now carves josses for Taoist and Buddhist temples.