Ding, Shaoguang (1939.10 ----) born in Shaanxi and ancestral hometown is Yuncheng, Shanxi. In July 1980, Mr. Ding moved to the United States. Mr. Ding is a China Modern of the verve of the Heavy Color Painting and the world's trend painting artist. In 1962, Mr. Ding, Shaoguang graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts; during the years 1962-1980, he taught at the Yunnan Art Institute; in 1979, Mr. Ding created a large mural "beautiful, rich, magical Xishuangbanna," for the Beijing Great Hall; at the same year, "Ding Shaoguang Xishuangbanna collection of sketches" published. Since 1986—1996, Mr. Ding, Shaoguang had been holding more than 400 of his personal art exhibition around the world, and his art works were collected by 50 countries and regions. Also, Mr. Ding’s monographic news have showed on a lot of States newspapers, televisions, radios, books and magazines for more than a thousand times. In 1990, the World Art Fair in Japan, Mr. Ding was elected in One Hundred Art Master Leaderboardsince after the 14th century; also, he ranked at the 29th, and he is the only selected Chinese artists. Furthermore, in 1993-1995, for three consecutive years, Mr. Ding was chosen to become the representative painter of the United Nations; also, the United Nations wrote introduction about Mr. Ding’s art and life to one hundred and sixty countries in the world. In 1993, the United Nations to the worldwide release Mr. Ding’s "Light of human rights" limited publication painting to commemorate the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In 1994, the United Nations was distributed Mr. Ding’s limited edition prints of “Mother” to the worldwide, which to commemorate the International Year of the Family. Moreover, in 1995, the United Nations was distributed Mr. Ding’s another limited edition prints of "Religion and Peace" to the worldwide. Besides, the United Nations Post Office was distributed Mr. Ding’s six art works, which are "Xishuangbanna", "Lullaby," "Peace, Equality, and Progress", and "Culture and Education", as stamp collection for the commemoration of the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women; the first day covers and stamps were permanent collected at the Palais des Nations in Geneva Museum. In 1995, as the only Asian artist, Mr. Ding, Shaoguang was nominated in recognition by the final report of the art and philatelic of the United Nations, and he was one of the twenty-nine contemporary art masters on the list. In 1998, he was invited to the fourth Creative "Beautiful Dream" to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration Human Rights of the United Nations. Additionally, the United Nations Postal Administration issuance the First Day Cover of Mr. Ding’s limited Silkscreen Prints, which was issued by the World Federation of the United Nations, to the global. In April 30, 1999, the mayor of San Francisco had announced the date for the annual "Ding Shaoguang’s Day". Once again, in 2001, Mr. Ding, Shaoguang was appointed by the United Nations Children's Fund to create an art "childhood", and the limited edition serigraphs was issuance for the global United Nations Children's Foundation charity.