Pei-Chin Chiang was born in Taiwan, has lived in Singapore and India. She is an essayist, fiction writer, and journalist responding to underrepresented people, social and labor issues in Asia. Her most recent writing is the post-memory about rites of passage in the form of prose: “Uncover the shell”. The book she wrote records the process and details of a traditional funeral in Taiwan and portrays the grief and condolence from the living, her, as a suicide survivor. She also uses different media for creation, such as video and visual art installations. She was selected in the Matsu Artist Residency Program in 2020, once held an artist-in-residence exhibition on Matsu islands, and a joint exhibition in the historic district of Bopiliao, Taiwan. She holds a Global MBA from ESSEC Business School (École supérieure des sciences économiques et commerciales), Master and Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Chemistry from National Taiwan University. She currently works as a storyteller and communicator in the public and business world.