Born in Hsinchu, 1962, Ah Tui is a very valued, experienced comic artist from Taiwan. he is an independent comic artist, ART TOY designer illustrator, and street style observer. He works with many mediums other than comics. His work focuses on science fiction comics, Western style with unique, sophisticated illustration. His work is known for hidden codes and symbols, and popular with puzzle and detective story fans.

Ah Tui published his first book The Symbol of Taichi in October, 1985, and has since published over 20 books. His well known early works include Nine Lives Man (1985), with his signature sophisticated style and European BD comic art, which won applause in France. Balezo (1995) was the first comic to take on the European market, serialized by Kameha. Promised Island 1-3 (1998-1999) was launched in Italy in 2005, by Per Questa Edizione BD, making him the first Taiwanese to be featured in Italian magazine. In 2012, Nine Lives Man and New Paradise were published in Singapore and Malaysia in Simplified Chinese. 

He was invited by the Government Information Office in January, 2012 to participate in Angoulême International Comics Festival’s Taiwan Exhibition. In August, he was hired by Shih Chien University’s Media and Communication Department as assistant professor. In October, Ah Tui became the first comic artist to be invited for solo exhibition in both Grabel’s New Mangakas Festival and Chamery’s International Comics Festival.

Ah Tui has put Taiwan on the comics world map, and has become comics ambassador between Taiwan and France. Ah Tui is the first Taiwanese artist to have a solo exhibit at an international comic festival.