From the designer's Amazon page:
Paul C. Huang was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Chinese graduate students at the University of Michigan. He was raised in China and returned to America in 1947. Paul lived and worked in New York for the Sperry Rand Corp as a technical writer-producer; as a writer-producer at United States Productions; as CEO of Dynasty International; as Board Member/owner of Peerless-Premier Appliance Company; as Co-founder of the International Media Institute; COO of Tribeca Interactive; and founder of Channel Surfer, Inc.
Paul authored The Illustrated Step-by-Step Chinese Cookbook, 1975 (Simon & Schuster), The Illustrated Step-by-Step Beginner's Cookbook, 1980 (Four Winds Press), The Dynasty Game, a simulation (Dynasty International); co-author: (textbook) Action Chemistry: Matter, Energy, Change, 1973 (Holt, Rinehart & Winston) ; creator/developer speech-recognition software product: Kid’s Talk & Learn, 1994.
Paul consulted for and worked with the Children’s Television Workshop on the development of 3,2,1 Contact!; and was a consultant at Cable Information Systems, NY, to develop a two-way interactive cable system.
Paul produced-wrote-directed the following award-winning films: Lizzi the Terrible, a claymation children’s film; Chinatown, Inc. a documentary; and Billions for Defense (Both awarded Bronze Medals at the International Film & TV Festival of New York, 1977-78 respectively.).
Escape from Shanghai is Paul’s biography of his mother during their years in China in WWII.
Paul is listed in the twenty-seventh edition of Who’s Who in the East and the first edition of Who’s Who in the Media and Communications.