I started my media career in 1998 and had 25 years of media experience. Before joining in VOA, I worked as a senior editor for Taiwan's mainstream newspaper “Liberty Times” and a journalist as the deputy convener. Besides, I worked as a reporter and radio host at Radio Free Asia. When in Liberty Times, I won the second Leopard Journalism Award and was shortlisted for the Zeng Xubai Public Service Reporting Award. In addition, I conducted an exclusive interview with the former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan which was published on the headlines of the front page of Liberty Times. I exposed a series of nuclear-related frauds on the front page exclusively, which has aroused Taiwanese people’s attention to nuclear power plant 4, set off a wave of civil movements, and prompted the government to declare nuclear power plant 4 to be sealed. In addition, I was the first to report on the issue of PM2.5 air pollution, which made people start to understand and care about the PM2.5 issue, prompting the Environmental Protection Agency to start to publish the official PM2.5 annual report, and made many temples such as Longshan Temple and Xingtian Temple begin to reduce the incense burners. When working in Radio Free Asia, I wrote reports related to the presidential palace, cross-strait, national defense, and foreign affairs, and hosted a radio program on environmental protection issues, interviewing the former Norwegian Prime Minister Mrs. Gro Harlem Brundtland and Dr. Hansen, the father of global warming et al. I obtained my master's degree in public administration from National Chengchi University and a bachelor's degree in Chinese major and foreign languages minor from Tsing Hua University in Taiwan.