Wong is currently studying music at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in the second year, majoring in pipe organ under Dr. Anne Lam. Since secondary school, he engaged in composing and arranging, in particular Chinese orchestral and contemporary chamber works.
Wong actively composes for different settings. In 2015 and 2016, Wong’s works Entanglements and Fanfare were selected respectively for the Music from the Heart concerts of the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra. In March 2016, his Chinese orchestral miniature …Standing at the far end of street, where the candlelight is the dimmest was discussed in the orchestral workshop at the Chinese Music Without Bounds - International Composers' Summit. In the recent years at the university, his works Asian Colors for Erhu Quartet and Vibes (4 Moments for Chamber Group) are premiered the Bauhinia Concert, a student composers’ showcase and were selected in both 2016 and 2017.
Wong also performs on Chinese musical instruments. He studied erhu under guidance of Mr. Cheung Wai-fung. He was featured as soloists in multiple concerts, and is currently the concertmaster of the Hong Kong Youth Chinese Orchestra. He has followed the orchestra to tours in Taiwan, Shenyang and Shanghai. In the university, he is member of the Chinese music ensemble and has toured in Tsinghua University at Beijing China, as well as University of Cambridge and University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.