Born in Lukang Changhua, 1978, Tzeng Yong-ning, the artist who blazed the path of ballpoint pen painting in Taiwan. In 2000 when he first employed ballpoint pens in his artworks. Initially, ballpoint pens were served as a contrasting painting tool to the brushes, which was meant to create some impact brought by tradition and modernity, he expressed merely occasionally as embellishments to his Chinese ink painting. The stunning effects however were just so appealing. After having managed the usage of ballpoint pens quite assuredly, Tzeng started to ponder over the possibility of ballpoint pen painting. He thereby pivoted to another form of painting and has become inextricably linked with ballpoint pens from then on. He has been exhibited in Germany, France, United States, Hungary, Italy, Hong Kong and China, etc. His works are in the permanent collection in The White Rabbit Gallery in Australian, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and the Changhua Cultural Bureau.