Born in Singapore Pang worked as a dancer and choreographer before coming to Australia in 1988. While living on Magnetic Island, Queensland, he studied fine arts at Tafe and James Cook University before moving to Hobart in 1998 and completing his degree at the University of Tasmania. While in Queensland he took part in exhibitions with the North Queensland Potters Society and Art Society of Townsville. Active in the visual arts in Tasmania he has participated in exhibitions held by the Art Society of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Ceramics Association. Between 2003 and 2011 he was the resident choreographer for the annual Australia's Fashion Fantasia staged in Hobart. Pang was also associated with the Tasmanian Classical Ballet for whom he designed the company logo and choreographed ballets including Qi Kong, Illusions of a Drunken Scholar and Ode to V (parts one and two). In 2004 he was choreographer and costume designer for Michael Connor's play Colonial Ways and in 2005 costume designer for an acted reading of Connor's play Excellent Excellency.