Born in Taiwan, Wu-Kang started his 12-year collaboration with New York -based choreographer Eliot Feld in 2001, whose practice influenced him greatly. In 2004, he co-founded HORSE Dance Theatre as artistic director, significant works of the company include Velocity (2007, Tai shin Art Award), 2 Men (2012, Kurt Jooss Preis) which toured in Asia, the US, and Europe. He was the dance director for the opening of the Deaflympics in 2009. He started to collaborate with Artist indifferent fields in 2011, including Exhibition X Performance Successor, and Dance X Sounds seasonal improvisation platform Primal Chaos (co-curated with improvisation pianist, Lee Shih-Yang since 2016). In 2016, he began an intercultural/dance dialogue with Thai master Pichet Klunchun. They presented Behalf in 2018. The two is currently collaborating on the three-year project “An expedition to the embodiment of Ramayana”. In 2019, he was the stage direction of “The show must go on” in Taipei Arts Festival. The same year, he was the conception, choreographer and dancer for “Thank you so much for your time” in DAGUAN International Performing Arts Festival.