A native of Kaohsiung, she is currently working as a creative artist and a part-time lecturer at a university. In 2014, she was recruited by Mr. Li Junxian, the owner of the furnace and the former curator of the Gaomei Museum. Kanban, also went to the painting workshop as an apprentice, and once engaged in painting “export paintings”. In 1989, she went to St. Elizabeth’s College, New Jersey, majoring in the Department of Fine Arts Education. In 1994, she went to the Department of Art and Design at Bradford University, West Yorkshire, UK, and won the second-class honorary degree. In 1996, she won a full master’s scholarship. Selected for the “The Top 30’s” tour exhibition in the UK, obtained a master’s degree in printmaking from the Art Design and Textile Research Institute in 1997, and in 1996, his work “Three Conforms and Four Virtues” won the Design Award at the Nanying Art Exhibition. After returning to Taiwan, she established a printmaking studio in 2005 and began to art The life of education and creation. In 2014, the work “Feed the Chicken” (Taiwanese homophonic: start) was included in the collection of Gaomei Museum’s public art into the library. In 2016, she was invited by the Asia-Pacific Cultural and Educational Foundation to participate in “Private Scars – Gender Violence and Women’s Issues through Comfort Women” International The group exhibition was held in the Meiling Hall of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. In 2017, the series “Searching for the Ageless Face of Ocean Islands” won the National Culture and Art Foundation’s creation subsidy award. Using gender issues as a vocabulary, discuss different aspects of life from the perspectives of social phenomena and history. Through many stories about the ocean, Hong Kong, and islands that happened in early Taiwan, it explores the cultural differences between genders and races in different eras. In recent years, it has been published in the form of composite media and new media.