Keming was born in Shanghai, China in 1954. He graduated from The Shanghai Light Industry College (Arts Department) in 1982 - his major subject being "Graphic Design".
After graduation, he worked for The Shanghai Art Design Company as a Graphic Designer and also in his spare time freelanced as an illustrator for a book publisher and two Shanghai newspapers.
Following that and before coming to Australia, he taught at The East China Normal University (Fine Arts Department).
Upon arrival in Australia in 1988 he concentrated on Commercial Artwork - two and a half years as a Free-Lance Graphic Artist at the University of Melbourne Publications & Printing Services Design Studio and then full time for a further four years for two art companies as a designer & painter.
In 1995 he established his own Commercial Art Studio. In 2004 he recommenced painting (Fine Arts) and shortly after began teaching at "Jiotto Studio" in Fitzroy - specialising in Portraits and Still Life. In mid 2006 he started teaching at Malvern Artists' Society's Studio. In 2009 he started teaching at Brighton Artist Society. In 2010 he started teaching at Glen Eira Artists' Society. Keming currently teaches at Malvern Artists' Society and in his own studio.
2013 First Prize-Oil and Acrylic Category and People's Choice Award in St Kevin's College Annual Art Show
2012 Highly Commended in Herald Sun Camberwell Rotary Art Show
2010 Highly Commended in Victorian Artist Society Winter Exhibition
2010 Highly Commended in Victorian Artist Society People Painting People Exhibition
2010 Highly Commended in Victorian Artist Society Autumn Exhibition
2009 Highly Commended in Victorian Artist Society Spring Exhibition
2008 First Prize in Australian Artist magazine's Art Prize - Challenge No. 34
2008 People's Choice Award in St Kevin's College Annual Art Show
2008 Second Prize Award & People's Choice Award in Masterpiece in A Day open competition
2007 Highly Commended in Herald Sun Camberwell Rotary Art Show
2006 Third Prize in Little Archies Annual Portraiture Prize