John Chan is an animator and comics artist. He formed “Postgal Workshop” together with his wife. Both of them are cat lovers, that’s why the Chinese name of the Workshop is a homonym of “cat lice”. Under their efforts, the brand “Din-dong” has become a very popular one in Asia throughout the decade.
“Din-dong” was awarded with “The 4th Asiagraph, Japan – Jury Prize”, and its animation was screened in Nippon TV. Its comics version had been serialised in East Touch, Sky Post, Comic King in Malaysia, Tian Man in Mainland China, and Webtoon in Korea. There have also been over 10 exhibitions of Din-dong held in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan respectively, including Art in HK, Talee Star Place, LCX Harbour City Hong Kong, and National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), to name but a few. Its comics collection in addition has been published and issued in Taiwan.
In addition, "Din-dong" has launched a series of attractive animated stickers on social media such as Line and Wechat. It has also collaborated with Japanese restaurant to create the first “Din-dong” theme restaurant in Hong Kong.
《癲噹》曾獲日本東京「第四屆Asiagraph特別評審獎」，動畫亦在日本放送電視台播放。漫畫曾於《東Touch》、《晴報》、馬來西亞《comic king》、中國《天漫》、韓國webtoon連載。先後於香港、臺灣、日本舉辦超過10個展覽，如《Art in HK》藝術展、臺灣大立精品館、香港海港城LCX、日本科學未來館等。漫畫結集亦在臺灣出版及發行。