Jun Chong is a budding filmmaker who takes huge interest in human relationships against the backdrop of the multi-faceted world. His most recent works include directing a Hakka short film Ke which is a part of an omnibus project 667, which was an official selection for the Wide Angle Competition at Busan International Film Festival 2017. He also co-directed 吃饱没? 2, a 10-episode-drama with mandarin dialect, which was the first of its kind in decades. Besides filmmaking, Jun was also the Programme Director for the Perspectives Film Festival 2015, a Singapore film festival dedicated to underrated gems of international cinema.