Zhong Na is committed to participatory theatre, helping children and adults use participatory theatre to better understand themselves, others and the world around them, in order to establish self-confidence, stimulate their own potential and creativity, and build a more stable, fair and harmonious society with their own strength.
In 2007, she jointly launched Hua Dan children’s theatre programme. She has since served as a collaborator, curriculum designer, theatre workshop facilitator and trainer for new collaborators and volunteers.
In June 2009, she participated in a Welsh art exchange for refugees.
In 2010, she went with the Beijing Improv Group (BIG) to Seoul and participated in the Seoul International Improv Festival.
In 2016, she was at the world’s largest international art festival, the Edinburgh Fringe, with Hand Made in China.
She helps run Hua Dan’s “Dream Theatre” summer camps, designing the curriculum and assisting in the theatre workshops.