Tsui Hsiao-ping was born in Jinan, China and died on March 11, 2017.
She was a Taiwanese radio personalty and director.
Tsui was the daughter of a postal worker.
Tsui Hsiao-ping’s family was forced to move away from their home due to the Marco Polo Bridge incident.
Ping studied at Sichuan’s Sixth Middle School in Deyang and later attended National Drama College.
He arrived in Taiwan as a member of the touring Shanghai Audience Company in late 1947.
After the Kuomintang retreated to Taiwan in 1949, Tsui found it impossible to return to China.
Then she decided to start working for China Broadcasting Company in Taiwan.
Ping’s Broadcast Drama was on the air weekly on Sunday evenings, became immensely popular.
During 1968, she was arrested and charged with colluding with the Chinese Communist Party.
After been Sentenced to fourteen years imprisonment, she was released in 1977.
During 2000, Tsui was honored with the Golden Bell Award for Special Lifetime Achievement.
Tsui published her memoir in the following year.
During the course of her career, she then taught at National Taiwan University of Arts, Shih Hsin University, and National Taiwan College of Performing Arts.
She died at National Taiwan University Hospital in Taipei.
Tsui Hsiao-ping passed away at 94 years old.