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The Lin hai-yin Archive was inaugurated in 2016 by the National Museum of Taiwan Literature . Professor Chiu Kuei-fen from the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature and Transnational Cultural Studies oversaw its planning. The Archive features a timeline to track Lin's artistic journey, literature communities, works, translations, online reading, bibliography, and about.

The National Chung Hsing University wishes to acknowledge the contributions of every scholar, government agencies, and individuals to the establishment of the Archives: professor Xia Zu-Zhuo (Lin Hai-yin’s son); professor Fan Ming-Ju of the National Chengchi University; National Academy for Educational Research; Taipei Chinese Center; Fisfisa Media; Grimm Press, Ltd.; Zhu You-xun; Fran Lee the English translator of this website; and finally, the team at NCHU - including professor Chiu Kuei-fen, assistants Hung Chien-mei, Hsu Kuo-ming, and Huang Chang-hui.

All ownership rights, copyright and intellectual property in the materials on this website, including the content, words, sounds, and images, belong to or have been legally approved for use by the National Museum of Taiwan Literature (NMTL),. Those seeking to download, copy, change, distribute, publicly release or use the material in any other way must first acquire the consent of NMTL. NMTL reserves all legal rights for unauthorized use.

Meet the team
Director: Chiu Kuei-fen
Web content editor: Hung Chien-mei and Hsu Kuo-ming
Web designer: Yoong Jun-yao
English website translator: Fran Lee