Wong Fu-Tong (1948-), pen name Ah Tong, Shan Miao, Huang Zhong, composer and violinist, received professional music education in Guangzhou in his early years, and entered the Graduate School of Music of Kent State University in the United States in 1976 and obtained a master's degree. The composers are Walter Watson, Zhang Jiren, Lu Yan, Lin Shengxi, etc. He was a violin teacher and the principal of the experimental orchestra at the National Academy of Arts (now Taipei University of the Arts) for three years. After that, he taught at Tainan University of Applied Science and Technology (Tainan University of Science and Technology). His music works are rich, including orchestral, string, piano, chorus, solo, religious music, opera, etc. At the beginning of the composition, he lived in the United States, and has nothing to do with the mainstream modern music whirlwinds in Taiwan. He jumped out of the mainstream music style of the academy and presented more classical and romantic atmosphere. In 2011, the opera "Xishi" was performed in eight consecutive performances across Taiwan, setting a record for the most performances of a local large-scale opera in Taiwan. The CD album "Symphony of Condor Heroes" was nominated for the Golden Melody Award for Best Classical Album, Composer and Producer in 2006. In addition to composing, he is also very successful in violin performance, teaching, music criticism, writing, and conducting.