Mother Goose Project
March 03, 2020

It was a pleasure to work with Pace Publishing on the Mother Goose nursery rhyme project.

I managed to hand draw 1000 + illustrations within 5 months including pencil roughs, making amendments and final artwork. I loved the process and I am very happy to see the end product.

Jinxy the Cat
April 09, 2019

Jinxy the Cat, a series of 40 LINE emojis, available now!!!
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Jinxy the Cat, 很乖的貓 Line貼圖終於上架了!!!

Room escape game designers tribute board game
February 28, 2019

I was commissioned to create a board game for United Daily News early in 2019, which is a tribute to room escape game designers.

My illustrations at Taoyuan International Airport, Taiwan.
January 24, 2018

This illustration is one long scene of passengers happily walking to their boarding gates in Taoyuan Airport in Taiwan.

The passengers could be tourists from all over the world whom have just visited Taiwan and had a fabulous time. They’re going home with precious and happy memories. They could also be local people going on holiday with family or friends, or people travelling for business.

The bright colours and vibrant lines are interpreting passengers’ travelling excitement with a dose of humour and fun.

June 21, 2017

I've written another story about a few funny experiences that I've had in attending weddings.
One in the UK - I wasn't very good at helping the bride making wedding cupcakes. The groom jammed his left hand when closing car boot just missing the ring finger, and most bride's family and friends nearly didn't make it to the wedding because we all got lost in a forest park on the wedding day morning.

Ben Nevis
April 10, 2017

I've had another article published in United Daily News, which is about my camping/hiking trip in Ben Nevis, Scotland.
We travelled from Staines, England. It had taken us quite a journey to get to Fort William, Scotland.
We didn't take the car. We went by public transport and I think in that 5 days I had walked more then 100 miles...
I think travelling with the right person is very important.

The latest evolution of Nian, the Chinese New Year monster
March 02, 2017

I was invited by United Daily News in Taiwan to write and illustrate Nian, the famous Chinese New Year monster.

It used to eat people and destroy buildings and crops during the end of winter/beginning of spring until humans came up with methods to scare it away for good by making very loud noises e.g. displaying firecrackers and chopping pork into mince (to make dumplings), which are part of the Chinese New Year traditions.

I've visualised my version of modern monster of Nian, which is a couch potato and addicted to mobile and internet.