YANG Shu-wen loves travel, movies, music, exploring new things, and is deeply intrigued by children’s imagination and ideas. She was the curator of Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival from 2012 to 2018 while working for Taiwan’s Public Television Service. She is now a freelance curator, a lecturer of children’s visual literacy, and a host for post-screening sessions.
HSIA Kang-chen obtained her master’s degree in Television, Radio, and Film from Syracuse University. She is now a freelance screenwriter, and her works include fiction, documentaries, and children’s TV programs. The children's programs she has worked on have been awarded Best Children’s Program at the Golden Bell Awards, and the Taiwan Award and Best TV Program Award at the Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival.
Born in Taipei in 1973, LIU Hsu-kung holds a civil engineering degree from National Taiwan University. Besides working as an engineer, he has taught both children and adult illustration in several Asian countries. He now devotes himself exclusively to writing and illustrating his books. He has authored and illustrated over 20 books. His illustrated works were featured in Italy at the Bologna International Children’s Book Illustrators Exhibition in 2015 and 2018, respectively. He currently lives and works in Taipei with his wife and two children.