Hui-Hung Chen is currently a full professor in the Department of History at National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. She received her Ph.D. from the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Brown University, U.S., in 2004. She was awarded a Visiting Scholar of the Harvard Yenching Institute, U.S., in 2013-2014. Hui-Hung began her study of Early Modern European art and history at Brown University, focusing on Christian and Renaissance arts, the Jesuits and Counter Reformation, as well as cross-cultural encounters between Europe and China. Her research focuses on the Jesuits and relevant topics, and further explores the issues about European cultural and artistic encounters with non-Europeans, and Christianity in China from the 17th to 19th centuries. Her article entitled “The Human Body as a Universe: Understanding Heaven by Visualization and Sensibility in Jesuit Cartography in China,” published in The Catholic Historical Review 93 (3): 517-52 (July 2007), was awarded The Peter Guilday Prize by the American Catholic Historical Association, U.S.A. in 2008.