Bing Hong is currently the Concert Master of Dicapella, Southeast Asia largest dizi ensemble.​
Bing Hong is a well-rounded musician with roots in both western and chinese music. He began piano studies at the age of 5 and has since attained a Grade 8 in the ABRSM grading examinations. He picked up the dizi under the guidance of dizi maestro Professor Zhan Yong Ming at the age of 8 and has attained Diploma with Distinction (both National University of Singapore (NUS) Centre of the Arts and Central Conservatory of Music Chinese Music grading examination). Bing Hong also plays the flute, which he studied under flautist Wang Tong and have attained grade 8 with Distinction in the ABRSM grading examinations.
He has won a number of awards in the dizi, including first prizes in the Dizi Junior (2004), Youth (2008) and Open (2010) categories in the biennial National Chinese Music Competition organised by the National Arts Council. Bing Hong also competed in overseas competitions and have attained numerous accolades, namely, Gold Award in the Dizi Youth Professional Category at the inaugural Song Ting Cup held in Hangzhou; and the Gold Award in the Dizi Youth Category at the Ting Yu Cup held in Wuxi.
An active participant in both the western and chinese orchestral scenes in Singapore. Bing Hong played the flute and piccolo in the Singapore National Youth Orchestra; was the principal dizi player of the Braddell Heights Community Club Chinese Orchestra as well as the principal dizi player of the Singapore Youth Chinese Orchestra.
As an ensemble musician, he was a member of the Jing Ying Chamber Orchestra that clinched the First Prize in the National Chinese Music Competition Ensemble Category in 2012. More recently, he played flute and dizi in the Fusion and Modern Chinese Instrumental Ensembles respectively in the Singapore Armed Forces Music and Drama Company where he served his National Service.