Multi-talented musician Jun Kung has been lying low for the past few years, quietly playing drums for Beyond member Paul Wong Koon-chung since his first solo album in 2001. Occasionally the singer, composer, producer and arranger has performed at gigs in Hong Kong and Macau. Recently, Kung has been back in the spotlight promoting the Kiehl's White Party charity concert with Wong later this month. Kung, skilled in drums, guitar, bass and keyboards, also appeared in a documentary on how he had been a victim of a crafty manager when he entered the industry. Kung said he was disillusioned by politics at his record company and went home to Macau in 2001. 'I was mentally exhausted and started writing songs as part of my healing process,' he said. Since then, he has performed with Wong and at weddings and launches of clubs, restaurants and products. 'I remember even doing a really weird gig at the fake lobby of an apartment showroom.' He was also out of the scene as he was hired as a US digital recording and audio equipment company's product specialist in Asia. Now, he says he is ready to release an album because he has found the right manager.