Born in Namaxia District, Kaohsiung in 1973, her father is from the Bunun ethnic group and her mother is from the Tsou ethnic group in Alishan.
Growing up in the Namatha Valley, in 1998, inspired by the works of Mexican female artist Frida Kahlo, she started her passion for painting. After marriage, she moved to Mexico and the United Kingdom to live. However, over the years, whether in Mexico or the United Kingdom, she has Eyes and minds opened up in time and space review and describe memories of land, mountains, forests and rivers. Her creative style is direct and enthusiastic. The bright and strong colors of Mexico, the juxtaposition of multiple time and space like religious murals, the humidity and fine brushstrokes of British landscape paintings stacked plants; the stacking of various discrete traces reproduces Ebu’s unique narrative method. It is a contemporary aboriginal creation that lives in a distant foreign land and is lonely in a foreign cultural context, but also achieves physical and mental balance, allowing a more in-depth observation of its own life history and essence.