1936 Born in Shanghai
1947 First exhibition (with Pang Dao) in Guangzhou
1948 Exhibition of oil paintings of Pang Dao and Pang Jiun in Yili Gallery, Shanghai.
1949 Passes the entrance exam to Hangzhou Academy of Fine Arts.
1954 Graduates from China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing.
1956 Joins China Association of Fine Arts.
1954 – 1980 As an oil painter, Pang participates in 7 national fine arts competitions and 8 municipal (joint) exhibitions, while doing part-time teaching at Beijing Art Academy.
1979 Organizes and participates in the Spring Oil Painting Exhibition in Beijing; forms Beijing Club of Oil Painting; engages in the nationwide non-government art movement (follows groups such as the Stars Group rise).
1980 Emigrates to Hong Kong; solo oil painting exhibition in Hong Kong Arts Centre
1981-1987 Teaches at the Division of Continuing Education of Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the Department of Music and Arts of Hong Kong Baptist College.
1987 Settles in Taiwan. First solo oil painting exhibition in Taiwan is held in Lungmen Gallery. Teaches at the National Taiwan University of Arts (formerly National Taiwan Institute of Arts, National Taiwan College of Arts). Invited into the committees of the Taiwan Provincial Fine Art Exhibition, Nanying Art Exhibition, and Armed Forces Golden Statues Awards for Literature and Arts, as the judge of oil painting. Appointed the honorary director of Pang Xunqin Museum in Changshu, Jiangsu.
1989-1992 6 Solo exhibitions in Taipei, Taichung, and Kaohsiung.
1994 Invitation oil painting exhibition in National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.
1994-2000 9 Solo oil painting exhibitions in Taipei and Kaohsiung.
1995 Listed by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, in the Dictionary of International Biography.
1997 Listed by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, in the 500 Founders of the 21st Century.
1999-2001 Engages in the organization of Cross-Century Club of Oil Painting; holds two annual exhibitions.
2000 Nine Artists Art Exhibition of Three Generations from Pang Xunqin Family in Shanghai; on-site demonstration of oil painting (165 by 165cm) in Shanghai and Changshu.
2001 Goes sketching in Shanghai, Suzhou, and Changshu with the members of Cross-Century Club of Oil Painting and oil painters from Taipei; sponsors a Academic exchange symposium of cross-strait oil painters in Shanghai; holds an exhibition of sketches and conducts inter-school educational activities in Changshu; holds The Oil Paintings of Pang Jiun: Inaugural Exhibition in the 21st Century.
2002 On-site demonstration of oil painting (165 by 165cm) in China Academy of Art, Hangzhou.
2003 Invitation exhibition The Art of Pang Jiun at Chung San Hall, National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall; listed by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, in the 500 Founders of the 21st Century; presents the essay “A Style of One’s Own: The Art of Modern Chinese Painting” in The Art of Chinese Oil Painting Conference, Beijing; holds the exhibition The Private Works of the Two Generations of the Pang Family.
2004 Seminar and on-site demonstration of oil painting (165 by 165cm) in Yunnan Arts University; oil painting seminar and demonstration of the work “Color in Music” (165 by 165cm) in China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing; lectures and demonstration of the work “Idea in Music” (165 by 165cm) in the Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University; seminar and demonstration of oil painting in Beijing Institute of Clothing Technology. Receives the 21st Century Award for Lifelong Achievement from the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England.
2005 Solo exhibition of oil paintings; publication of 58 Years of Art
2006 Solo exhibition Pang Jiun 70 in Beijing.
2007 Listed in the Top 100 Artists of the World by, and receives the awards of Outstanding Achievement in Art and Da Vinci Diamond in Oil Painting from the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. Retires from the National Taiwan University of Arts, after the exhibition Twenty Years in NTUA and the final lecture. Solo exhibition in Taichung. Seminars on art in China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, and Changshu Institute of Technology. Solo exhibition of oil paintings Affection for Homeland, Perspective of Life in Changshu Museum
2008 Solo exhibition in Yan Gallery, Hong Kong, in May. Invitation exhibition Pang Jiun: The Art of Oil Painting in the National Art Museum of China, Beijing, in November.
2011 Inheritance and Sublimation – Five Painters from Three Generations of the Pang Family Exhibition, Qi Baishi Memorial Museum of Beijing Fine Art Academy, Beijing, China
2012 I Love the Impressionist, Non-Impressionist – A Solo Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Chi Hong, Red Gold Fine Art, Taipei, Taiwan
2014 Seasons of Grey, Solo Exhibition, Yan Gallery, Hong Kong
Pang has hitherto held over 30 solo oil painting exhibitions, and has published over 10 catalogues.
Catalogues & Articles about Pang Jiun:
– Pang Jiun’s Grey-Tone Oil Paintings and the Relationship Between Pang Jiun and Wu Guanzhong （《龎均的灰色調油畫——也談龎均與吳冠中》）, author: Fong Yuk Yan
– Foreword to The Art of Pang Jiun （《〈龐均油畫藝術〉前言》）, author: Fong Yuk Yan
– Pang Jiun’s Oriental Expressionism: Oriental Oil Painting with Lyrical Strokes combining Classicality and Modernism , author: Pedro Tseng