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Hsiao-Chi Chang

An illustrator who is currently based in Taipei, Taiwan. Her illustration style is whimsical and playful. She is often inspired by the humorous situations she encounters in daily life. What drives her to create is the desire to play and express emotions. A majority of her artworks are illustrated for children. She usually works with acrylic, watercolor, gouache, and Adobe Photoshop, but she is open to experimenting with all types of media. Her works have been recognized by Bologna Illustrators Exhibition in 2020, 3x3 Illustration Show in 2015, and more. 


The little girl was waiting for the bus home in the torrential rain. The bus did not keep her waiting, but there came a cat-faced bus.  The little girl thought, "Will arrive anyway!" , so she got in the bus.     The cat-faced bus only went wherever it likes to go; first it jumped around the riverbank, then it stopped and sat on the lawn, and ran into the forest…The little girl just thought, “Will arrive anyway!” and kept sitting in the bus.  The cat-faced bus would keep its passenger informed, “I have caught a fish!” “I have my face washed!”  The cat-faced bus accidentally hit a tree, “the next bus will come in 81 minutes, I want to take a nap while waiting.”  The little girl got off the bus and walked back home, “Will arrive anyway!”  
A blue elephant who is waiting for his mom to pick him up after school, when he is waiting, the imagination is a superpower to transfer the waiting time to wonderful time. He helped the delivery guy send a package along the most dangerous Alligator Boulevard; He climbed trees with the cat and he got 6 fish…until he learned how to be a silent mountain, finally, his mom is here!
Giraffe is the first one noticing the moon looks differently today, wondering as if he has seen the moon somewhere before. He keeps thinking and thinking but can never recalls. No, no, his head is becoming hot the more he thinks. What does the moon today look like? Everyone is offering Giraffe with special remedies to ease the fever. Will Giraffe ever find the answer? Trival things trouble us and usually make our heads spin. Fortunately, there’s always someone out there giving us a hand. Everyone tries a little bit to help, so the head stop spinning. What troubles us is no longer a trouble.
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