How the Sun and Moon Came to Be



ISBN: 9781849768191 Category:

Wiliam Luong


When Jade Emperor drops two precious gems from heaven, he is devastated and his sorrow cloaks the whole world in darkness. To get them back, his children must journey to earth, traverse mountains and rivers, dive to the depths of the East Sea, and petition the Dragon Kings. With such a long and dangerous quest ahead, will they be able to restore the gems, and bring light back into the world?

Following the success of Poonam Mistry’s How the Stars Came to Be, this next instalment in the How it Came to Be series is inspired by Vietnamese folk tales, and brilliantly brought to life by Saigon-based illustrator Wiliam Luong.

Additional information

Weight 382 g
Dimensions 21.5 x 27.7 cm
Publisher name Tate Publishing
Publication date 10 November 2022
Number of pages 32
Format Hardback
Dimensions 21.5 x 27.7 cm
Weight 382 g


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Hello, my name is Luong Trong Hoang Trung and my English name is Wiliam Luong. I'm an artist in Saigon, Vietnam. I studied Graphic Design and have now worked as an Illustrator for ten years. I like to work with colour pencils and paint. I love to play with colours; to make viewers feel the power inside my work. I'd describe my practise as careful, I'm a perfectionist and my work is full of details. You might have seen my work recently at the Ve Ve Hat Boi exhibition, in a BeHence campaign, a Beheoce campaign & BeChuot campaign; which you can find on facebook and Behance. I’m a father of four cats, and if I wasn't an artist, I think I'd be a librarian, as I have more than two thousand mangas and two hundred pictures books.