In Zih-Ting Chou's works before 2018, she is seen on a creative journey from ink to gouache on silk. The concepts of freehand brushwork and oriental coloring that she learned from ink has enabled her to create a sense of collision and blending of western color sense and oriental aesthetics in the process of experimenting with gouache on silk. At this time, her works focus on the human body, emotions, and the complex relationship between people and so on. Entering 2019, Zih-Ting learned Japan’s interpretation and preference for oriental aesthetics from the experience of traveling in Japan, and this provided her a new understanding of her own creations. Here, her creative thinking has changed to focus on romance and realism, and design and more personal image deformations, and she began to feel the need to develop a personal identity. In her works of 2020, she avoided being too limited to realistic creative forms, and instead tried to put poetic imagery first, letting the imagery guide the composition of the work and her choice of vocabulary to try and shape works of personal interest other than natural imitation. In her 2021 to 2022 master’s training phase of ink, the subject of her study was to try the abstraction of the work. Her research topic mainly focuses on the extraction, transformation and reconstruction of existing images, and deeply explores the relationship between the artist’s own creation and appropriation techniques. In addition to the academic development, the artist also has continuous poetic imagery and romantic and realistic creation as a side branch of diversified development.