A native of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Chinchin started wiggling her body in the dance studio at the age of five. After spending years in training, lots of her parents' money, and having so much fun in the studio, Chinchin got serious and decided to pursue a life of dance at the age of eight. As her love and pain grew deeper in dance, various forms of dance came into her training, such as modern, contemporary, Chinese martial arts, Tai-Chi, ballet, improvisation, locking and composition. Today, at the age of thirty, she is finding pleasure in combining/minimizing all the training when she dances. Aside from dance, Chinchin enjoys food, time with family, nature, conversation, teaching, and collaboration with her husband Kiké.