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VIP Speakers In Taiwan
Welcome to attending our VIP Seminar Programs during DRT Show Taiwan 15-17 June 2018.
Mr. Enzo Chen, Taiwan
Photographer/Founder of Enzo Marine Diving

Mr. Enzo has been taking pictures underwater since 1990. He has provided content for a number of magazines and underwater journals, sharing his skills, expertise and his technical knowledge of equipment. Enzo is especially masterful in his use of lighting and composition. Through his lens, creatures of the deep take center-stage, their unique, captivating and endearing characters revealed as they are thrown into sharp relief.
Mr. Qing Lin, China

Born in 1965 in Beijing, Qing has been taking pictures since 1985. He began to dive in 2002 and later got into underwater photography in 2006. Photojournalist of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Qing is also the producer of Dream Wavers, which represented China to compete in the Best Foreign Language Film category in the 2008 Oscars. Since 2013, his work has been winning many international awards every year, including Our World Underwater.
Mr. Allen Lee, Taiwan

Allen learned how to dive in 1997 and bought his very first film camera single-lens reflex camera in 2002. He is very enthusiastic about ecology photography. Four years ago, he founded Ocean Voyage Underwater Photography Club on Facebook. To provide an opportunity that divers can show their achievement in underwater photography, in 2014, online photography contest was held. Besides, his first personal photography exhibition took place in 2015, displaying the work of underwater photography. He highly recommends Taiwan's underwater ecology.
Mr. Marco Chang, Taiwan

Marco Chang, who is a creative advertiser as his career. Back in 2008, he started to dive and were attractive by the fascinated underwater world. On the summer of 2013, he has upgraded his camera by using DSLR and since then, it has been his most powerful weapon thru out his 7 years underwater photography. In 2012, encouraged by seniors, he started to compete his works on multiples contests and had won many prizes during the contests. Marco Chang hope people will not just see the beauty of ocean but will take more serious concern on ocean conservation. He will continue to take more great photos, so that thru his lens, people will love the ocean as he does.
Mr. Ray Chin, Taiwan

Ray joined in Kuroshio Ocean Education Foundation in 2001. After that, he has taken most of his time to research wholphin, and has taken a lot of pictures. Also he is engaged in environmental education and works on relative issues. Beginning shooting on the water, Ray started to search for wholphin within Taiwanese waters in 2007. In the course of that, he made numerous trips to Tonga, Sri Lanka and other regions to take pictures of different kinds of wholpin. He successfully got the perfect shot of Sperm Whale, Pseudorca crassidens and Spinner Dolphin since 2012, and it’s still continuing……
Mr. Su Huai, Taiwan
Co-founder of Islander Divers/Marine Conservation Photographer/PADI Diving Instructor

Su Huai has been diving in many countries and Taiwan provides the environment he loves the most in the world. Islander Divers is dedicated to connect people with marine culture and environment through photography and writing, wanting to introduce various aspects of oceans to the world. Su Huai hopes that oceans could be a part of everyone’s daily life. He is now based in Xiaoliuqiu which is known as Turtle Island, focusing on documenting sea turtles and advocating marine conservation and marine education.
Ms. Vania Kam, Hong Kong

Vania is an award-winning photographer who was fascinated and mesmerized by the beauty of the underwater world when her parents took her to Guam where she did her first DSD at the age of 14. She is a barrister-at-law by profession and enjoys photography since she was a teenager. Vania became a certified open water diver in the end of 2009 and has been shooting underwater photos ever since in her spare time. Her hard work and dedication gained her 31 local and international photographic awards and her photos are published and exhibited worldwide such as the Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice exhibition displayed at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C.
Mr. Lee Yen-Yi, Taiwan

Yen-Yi Lee is an award-winning Taiwanese underwater photographer with endless passion for the ocean. He was certified as a scuba diver at 2010 and started underwater photography at 2011. He is so fascinated by the mystery of the ocean and what becomes part of his life is to discover the ocean with his camera. He likes to observe the relationship between the marine lives, ocean, and human beings. He always commits himself to create a unique and artistic reflection of what he sees through his eyes and his lens - to capture the beauty of the world and share it with people. Besides underwater photography, he also loves landscape and wildlife photography.
Mr. Hans Ho, Taiwan
Associate Research Fellow/Associate Professor

Born in Chiayi, Hans has been a nature lover from his childhood. After earning his doctorate in 2010, Hans joined National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium. Now he is served as Associate Research Fellow of National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium and Associate Professor of National Dong Hwa University. Hans is one of the few specialists in the study of anglerfishes in the world. Besides, he is also specialized in fish diversity in Taiwan.
Mr. Jay Ku, Taiwan
Free Diving Instructor

Free diving is the sport which is full of challenge. People can start to learn about our ocean with relaxing and any skill naturally. Jay, who is the youngest trainer of AIDA free diving in Taiwan. Since 2009, he started to learn about free diving. He loves travel of diving. Also in recording every ecology and geomorphology when he has activities in the coast of Taiwan. Nowadays, he is dedicate free diving's promotion and teaching. Expecting more people to recognize this kind of sport and meet with ocean, love ocean.
Mr. Wang Ming Hsiang, Taiwan
Scuba Diving Professional

With 15-year experience in diving, now Wang Ming Hsiang is served as the master instructor in Keelung Rescue Association. He was certified as NAUI instructor in 1989, since then, he put his whole heart into the ocean. Besides that, Wang is also keen on underwater photography. He has provided content for a number of magazines and newspapers.
Ms. Violet Ting, Taiwan/Malaysia

Violet, in May 2015, joined “SNUPS” competition organized by the Philippines. One of the criteria during this competition was a zero editing shootout. She was awarded 1st place in Nudibranch portrait, 1st place in Macro and the Silver prize Photographer of the year. She then became the first Asian female for the #25 cover story of Europe online magazine Scubashooter and the interviewee of Malaysia China Post. For her, capturing moods and moments is a beautiful thing. Underwater photography is about feeling the mood of any given subject and transforming that moment into a visual art that connects with the viewers. This is her way in expressing visual photography.
Mr. Jim Chen, Taiwan

Jim Chen loves extreme sports and the underwater photography perfectly combines adventure and art creation. He was certified as an open water diver at 2007 and started underwater photography at 2008. Every time of underwater photographing, Jim hopes to capture those transient beautiful moments more precisely. The moving pictures interweaved by the submarine world and the benthos is the motive power attracting him to continue photographing. Up to now, his works have won 20 domestic and foreign awards and published on magazines and newspapers. He has also received the exclusive interview of British Daily Mail, TVBS, Apple Daily and other media.
Ms. Lynn Wu, Taiwan

During a trip to the Palau in 2006, Lynn Wu found a passion for the underwater world and it was love at first sight. She is so fascinated by the “blue world” and what becomes part of her life is to discover the ocean with her cameras. Her passion is underwater photography, especially macro objects. Her works not only have won domestic and foreign awards for several times, but also have been published on magazines and newspapers. In the field of underwater photography, she hopes to capture more beautiful pictures and share her works with friends who love oceans through continuously improving herself.
Mr. Ken Thongpila, Australia/Thailand
Photographer/Founder of Underwater Macro Photographer (UWMP) Facebook Group

Ken Thongpila is an Australian-Thai, living and working in Sydney. He is an award-winning photographer and a Photo Journalist who has been featured in diving magazines and websites. He also judges local and international photo competitions and shootouts. He is regularly invited to give presentations at diving and travel expos in Asia. Ken has been scuba diving and taking photographs underwater as his hobby since 2003. His passion is macro photography and his favorite critter is the Nudibranch. In September 2011 he created the Underwater Macro Photographers (UWMP) Facebook Group, which quickly became popular with the underwater photography community and has more than 41,500 members from all over the world. The group shares information, ideas and tips on how to take better macro photos.
Mr. Yuan Hsu-Hu, Taiwan
Director/Underwater Videographer

Born in 1972 in Taipei, Yuan Hsu-Hu started with his early education with classic ballet training. He was the intern dancer for Cloud Gate Dance Theater and a dancer for Taipei Capital Ballet Theater and Dance Forum Taipei. When 19, he started learning visual production and became the program producer and director of Channel V and the visual director of ERA and TVBS. Shooting many music videos for singers, then, in 2002 he became an advertising director, filming all kinds of products. In 2009, he filmed a short documentary for Taiwan Tourism Bureau in Orchid Island and then in 2010 completed his first movie, 《Haga Paris》, which premiered in southern Australia in 2011. In addition, 《Mermaid Whispering》 was completed in 2017.
Ms. Lee Pei-Yu, Taiwan
TV Presenter/Actress/Model/Doodler

Taiwanese female TV Presenter, actress, model, doodler, and textile designer. Born in Taiwan, spent childhood in New Zealand, attended exchange student program in Sweden, she is currently hosting Asia's first Diving TV show "Underwater 30 meters", where she travels around Taiwan and Southeast Asia for extraordinary diving-traveling experiences.


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  • The ONLY Diving Expo in Asia Pacific supported by AUF (Asian Underwater Federation).
  • The ONLY Diving Expo in Asia Pacific supported by General Administration of Sport of China (HR Resources Development Center), China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Guangdong Vocational Institute of Sport, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), Philippine Department of Tourism (PDOT), Tourism Promotions Board Philippines (TPBP), Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA), Okinawa Prefecture Government, Okinawa Convention & Visitor Bureau (OCVB), Japan Recreational Diving Association (JRDA), Japan Wetsuits Manufacturers Association (JWMA), Japan Scuba Association (JSA).
  • The ONLY Diving Expo in Asia Pacific supported by PADI, NAUI, SSI, TDISDI, UTD, RAID, DIWA, CMAS, PSAI, DAN, IANTD, ANDI, IRD.
  • The ONLY Diving Expo supported by Hong Kong Underwater Association (HKUA), China Underwater Association (CUA) and Macau Underwater Club (MUC).
  • DRT Show is the ONLY Diving and Resort Expo in Asia Pacific supported by more than 30 media partners worldwide.
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