Writing

As a Chinese native, Zhang has published mainly in English on Buddhist art, Buddhism, Chinese art and culture. Her articles have been shared through the Arts of Asia Forums (University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and the Arts), and Princeton University symposium. 

Her column at
Buddhistdoor intends to reveal authentic Buddhist teachings and rare art objects to the general public by interviewing religious masters, scholars, artists, and private collectors, as well as by sharing personal views and experiences.

Curatorial

Working with the local Sangha, Zhang helped curate the “Exhibition on Shanxi Buddhist Art and Intangible Cultural Heritage” at Mount Wutai in 2016, a rare event for the sacred pilgrimage site in its thousands of years of history. 

Zhang also formerly served as the associate curator of the Tsz Shan Monastery Buddhist Art Museum - the first and only Buddhist art museum in Hong Kong founded by the Li Ka-Shing Foundation.

Art Advisory 

Zhang provides art advisory services on Buddhist antiquity and contemporary art with Buddhist themes, assisting individuals and organisations with building, promoting, and researching their art collections.

Interdisciplinary Collaborations 

Zhang provides art advisory services on Buddhist antiquity and contemporary art with Buddhist themes, assisting individuals and organisations with building, promoting, and researching their art collections.