Chang Chia-Hua studied Chinese and children’s literature both in Taiwan and Mainland China, before going on to work as a magazine editor, journalist, teacher and textbook editor. He has also acted as judge on the Hong Kong Biennial Awards for Chinese Literature. Chang is always innovating and trying new styles in his writing, mixing a deceptively light prose with considerable research. His is always curious and resists growing comfortable in his approach to creative work. He has published over thirty books for young readers, including the Moon Trilogy and Strange Books, and he has been published in traditional and simplified Chinese, as well as Korean. Awards include the prestigious China Times Open Book Award, as well as a special recommendation by the Taiwanese Pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair.