Azusa Fujita (1934-), a famous pianist and teacher. Born in a prominent family in Osaka, Japan, Master Fujita had her first music lesson at the age of three, and began to learn the piano at four, and made her debut with orchestra at nine. She graduated from and began to teach at the Osaka Junior College of Music (renamed as ‘Osaka School of Music’) in 1955. Her Taiwan debut was made in 1960, that was when she first met violinist TENG Chang-Kou. They got married the following year and settled in Taiwan. She has taught at the National Taiwan Academy of Arts(renamed as “National Taiwan University of Arts”) and the College of Chinese Culture(renamed as “Chinese Culture University”). Master Fujita founded the Oriental Art School to cultivate musical talents, participating in the "New Music Being Played " and "Music Gathering in Taipei " to promote contemporary music. Together with other musicians, she organized "Taipei Chamber Music Society." In 1970s, she produced and hosted "Window of Music" for China Television Company, Ltd., and won the Gold Medal Award at the 1976 New York International Film and Television Festival. In 1985, she founded "Frederic Chopin Foundation Taipei," which spared no effort in promoting Chopin’s music and cultivating pianists, and was commended by the Polish government several times. Master Fujita was awarded for her devotion and contributions to Taiwan for more than 60 years.