Kylie Chan married a Hong Kong national in a traditional Chinese wedding ceremony in Eastern China, lived in Australia for ten years, then moved to Hong Kong for ten years and during that time learnt a great deal about Chinese culture and come to appreciate the customs and way of life.
In 2003 she closed down her successful IT consultancy company in Hong Kong and moved back to Australia. She decided to use her knowledge of Chinese mythology, culture and martial arts to weave a story that would appeal to a wide audience.
Since returning to Australia, Kylie has studied Kung Fu (Wing Chun and Southern Chow Clan styles) as well as Tai Chi and is now a senior belt in both forms. She has also made an intensive study of Buddhist and Taoist philosophy and has brought all of these together into her storytelling.
Demon Child, the follow up to Dark Serpent was released in June 2014.
Kylie looks forward to meeting all her fans at Supanova and will be appearing in Brisbane on Friday (2.30pm to 5:30pm), Saturday (10.30am to 5.30pm) and Sunday (11am to 5pm). Kylie will also participate in a Q&A panel on Saturday in Brisbane.
This information is correct at the time of writing but please check the Event Programme for the final timetable, including time and location within the events.
Guest confirmed health and other commitments pending.