Ink painting has been the mainstream of Eastern painting for thousands of years, and it has its own profound aesthetics and expressive techniques. Taiwan ink painting was influenced by Chinese culture and brought into the painting aesthetics of "literati painting". When she was in college, she was influenced by this aesthetic. She consciously integrated abstract ink with the approaches of western art, which broadened her imagination. The texture produced from the offset printing and dyeing techniques is similar to the techniques of rubbing, printing, and splashing ink; the ink color is changeable, and the traditional literati painting "Three Distances" is abandoned in its composition. The comprehensive focus of this "style" is to absorb new concepts and techniques from the West to expand the characteristics of the materials of ink. Shih-Pi also thinks that art and technique should be first-class, and the general classification of "tradition and contemporary" should eventually reach the state of "combination of two into one".