Huang Yu-Siang obtained a BA in Piano Performance from the National Taiwan University of Arts in 2009. The now 26 year old Yu-Siang suffered from a retinal disease when he was born and lost his eyesight as a result. He showed his music talent at very young age as he remembered every single note he had ever heard and that inspired him to learn the piano. He once said, “Music enables me to feel the colours in the world.” Currently, Huang plays in “Baba Band” and “Dark Glasses”, a band supported by the Taichung Blind Welfare Association. He also won the 3rd annual President’s Education Awards. While he was still studying at university, Director Chang Jung-Chi turned his life story into the short film, The End of the Tunnel which was nominated for the Best Short Film at the 45th Golden Horse Awards. Huang’s life is documented in two short films, Prologue and The End of the Tunnel whereas his music is heard in several films including My Football Summer, Grandma Cheerleaders and documentaries made by the Environmental Protection Association. His reputation is growing stronger and stronger in Taiwan and around the Asia/Pacific Region.