Master WANG Xin-Xin (1965-), a Nan-Guan musician and founder of Xin-Xin Nan-Guan Ensemble, was born in Yong-He Town, Jin-Jiang, Fujian. She was enlightened by her father to learn Nan-Guan pipa (lute, a string instrument) and singing. In 1984, she was admitted as one of the first term of students at Professional Nan-Guan Department of Fu-Jian Art School Quan-Zhou Branch. Under the guidance of Master ZHUANG Bu-Lian, WU Zao, MA Xiang-Duan, and other seniors, she not only progressed in performance skills of diversified repertoires, but also exhibited proficiency in the pipa, the dongxiao, the sanxian, the erxian, and singing techniques, winning numerous awards in national competitions and a unique reputation of "Five Top Chairs," which was traditionally the honorary title given to a full Nan-Guan talented artist. After moving to Taiwan in the 1990s, she was deeply influenced by Taiwanese modern artists, e.g. Master LIN Huai-Min, DONG Yang-Zi, WU Su-Jun, LO Man-Fei, etc., and was invited to perform at various important art festivals in Europe and the US. In 2003, she founded Xin-Xin Nan-Guan Ensemble, dedicated to cross-domain innovation and cooperation between Nan-Guan and contemporary arts. Besides performing, she was invited to teach Nan-Guan in colleges, universities, and various societies. Inverting from traditional teaching methods, her instruction was clear and systematic, allowing those who are interested in figuring out and learning Nan-Guan music can master the knowhows of singing and playing in the most efficient way. Master WANG Xin-Xin was really an exceptional talented Nan-Guan musician, teacher, and researcher in Taiwan.