Leung Cheuk Wing, currently in her second year of pursuing a Master’s degree in Visual Communication Design at the National Taiwan University of Arts, hails from Hong Kong. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Cultural Studies and minoring in Journalism and Communication, from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her prior experience in both printed and digital media ignited a profound interest in exploring the design features and future development of printed magazines. Her research now centers on the evolution of printed media and its potential for visual storytelling.

Pei-Hsuan Su, Professor of the Department of Visual Communication Design in the National Taiwan University of Arts; Ph. D. of the School of Visual Arts, the Pennsylvania State University, in 2003. She was honoured in the field of Higher Education and Arts by 2017 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, U. S. A.. Her specialty is to integrate visual arts and culture in associated with innovative technology and design. Written in Latticework of Arts and Its Cultural Representation (2017 ), she served as the author who seeks to be original by managing diverse innovative media and materials, and formulating critiques in contemporary.