Lin Ching-Che was born in Chiba Prefecture, Japan in 1988, currently lives and grew up in Taoyuan, Taiwan. In 2017, he completed his master degree from Applied Arts (Ceramics) Department in National Tainan University of Arts. Lin's creation focuses on exploring the existence of the body and self-identity. Lin practices his work through a set of pre-planned procedure, by digging or filling the porcelain to a single object in long hour and long period. The process of creation, the passage of time, the rhythm of the body, and the close contacting with the medium, is the ritual of his creation. As the object of the body's existence, the texture on the surface of artwork are the traces left after labor. Lin has participated in artist-in-residence programmes in the University of South Carolina and University of Missouri in USA, as well as Arctic Ceramic Center in Finland. Lin received honorable mention award on Austronesian International Art Award 2018 and 2018 ITAMI International Craft Exhibition. He also participated in numerous international ceramic art exhibitions such as “Asian Modern Ceramic Art Exhibition” in 2017, and the “2015’Contemporary Asian Ceramics Exchange Exhibition” in 2015.