The 70s’ and 80s’ was a period in Taiwan where ceramic artists whom studied abroad returned home, bringing high experimental ceramic art into the Taiwanese ceramic field. Taiwan has been using clay as a sculptural material for over forty years, therefore to pursue technical breakthroughs in ceramic practice is not an issue anymore. The difficulty that all practitioners needs to confront today is how to create a new perspective with clay, especially when clay requires a vast cultivation of knowledge and techniques. Moreover, under the globalization trend, young artists and almost all non-Western countries will need to face the changes of their own culture and search for the balance between innovation and tradition. It is significant that one can stand firm on their cultural foundation and evolve globally.