Yungshan Hung’s research interests include art and aesthetics education, curriculum study, and art-based educational research. She has 19 years of experience in music teaching in elementary school and has also been a director. Since joining the Research Center for Curriculum and Instruction, NAER, in 2009, she has participated in the research of basic curriculum development and in developing the guidelines of the 12-Year Basic Education Curriculum. She became the director of the Research Center for Curriculum and Instruction in 2015 and continues to develop and execute research projects regarding all the subjects of 12-Year Basic Education Curriculum and supportive resources of curriculum practice. She has also established interschool research cooperation and partnerships with the Quality School Improvement Project, Chinese University of Hong Kong, to explore problems related to curricula and practical approaches. Moreover, as the Principal Investigator of Asia-Pacific Office for Aesthetic Education, she has, since 2015, been engaged in long-term research of aesthetic education; built the national and international academic practice network; developed and executed projects for experimental courses; and conducted impact assessment to provide feedback, practice modules, and resources for the 12-Year Basic Education Curriculum and related policies.