Influenced by her grandfather and father, and born in a family of traditional Chinese medicine, Ms. Chan Lok San, the creator of Shu Xin Tang, has studied calligraphy and painting since she was a child. In her youth, she has accomplished outstanding achievement in the art field. Later in her life, she became a businesswoman and founded Kingworld Medicine Group (01110.HK) with her husband Mr. Zhao Li Sheng.
It wasn't until Ms. Chan Lok San had the chance in her twenties to meet the Buddhist monk Master Ben Huan who inspired her to consider the word “舒”(Shu), which is translated to the word “comfort”, and was encouraged by her father-like elder Mr. Li Zhilun to regain the road of calligraphy and painting. In 2005, in a calligraphic writing, Ms. Chan Lok San realized that the word "舍"（means “to give away”） in the word "舒（means comfort and also as the Shu part of Shu Xin Tang）" hints to a philosophy that says only if one is "willing to give" then she can search for the state of comfort, hereafter she created Shu Xin Tang (舒心堂，translated as the hall that comforts the heart).
Gabriel Munnich 是 FRANK 的设计首席技术官，他是 FRANK 的主要编码人员。 Munnich 先生是一位发明家和程序员。他设计并制造了多台在国际上展出的大型 3D 打印机。许多出版物和文章都提到了他在数字制造方面的工作。现代艺术博物馆委托他为他们的展览“走向混凝土乌托邦”创建了一个完全 3D 打印的大型建筑模型，这是前南斯拉夫建筑史上最重要的展览。 Munnich 先生还在纽约建立了一家名为 UEO 的公司，负责开发与建筑相关的软件和制造技术。
Gabriel Munnich is the CTO of design with FRANK, where he is the main coder. Mr. Munnich is an inventor and a programmer. He designed and built several large-scale 3D printers that were exhibited internationally. His work in digital fabrications was mentioned in numerous publications and articles. The Museum of Modern Art commissioned him to create a large-scale architectural model that was entirely 3D printed for their exhibition "Toward a Concrete Utopia," the most important exhibition ever realized on ex-Yugoslavia architecture. Mr. Munnich has also established a practice in New York called UEO to develop software and fabrication technology related to architecture.
Previously, Gabriel has worked on a variety of architectural projects including on several international museums with Museoplan where he has developed an expertise in museum planning and visualization. In his 10 years of experience working as a designer both in Paris and in New York, he has participated on a variety of challenging design problems including planning for major airports such as the JFK redevelopment program and Newark Airport terminal extension. He has also worked in Paris for many years, working on medical and educational architecture projects.
Mr. Munnich received a full tuition scholarship to study architecture in New York for 5 years and graduated receiving the Peter Bruder prize for excellence in structures as well as the Menschel Fellowship.
Katherine Hu is a professional art appraiser and advisor of contemporary art, Asian fine and decorative art, and new media art. Katherine works with high profile collectors and clients in both the primary and secondary markets. Prior to establishing YH Art Advisory, she worked at major art auction houses and galleries in New York, including Christie's, Sotheby's and Doyle. Katherine received her Master’s degree in Film Studies from New York University’s Tisch School of Art and Appraisal Studies Certificate from the Appraisers Association of America (AAA). She is a graduate of the Comprehensive Appraisal Studies Program run by the Appraisal Institute of America, the educational foundation of the Appraisers Association of America. In addition to her areas of expertise in contemporary art and Asian fine and decorative art, she also has extensive knowledge about the appraisal of Digital New Media art.