Chang Chi-ping is a prominent veteran art director who holds a degree in fine arts from the National Taiwan University of Arts. He started working at the Central Motion Picture Corporation in the 1960s, and has been working with many directors, including Lee Hsing, Chen Kun-hou and Liu Chia-chang. His works encompass those of black and white, Chiung Yao's melodrama films, and Taiwan New Wave Cinema, such as "A Home Too Far," "Osmanthus Alley" and "The Battle for The Republic of China." He has earned several Golden Horse nominations, with "The Pioneers," "The Wheel of Life," and "Spring Swallow" winning Best Art Direction and Best Makeup & Costume Design at the Golden Horse Awards. He retired in 1999. In 2007, he returned to the film industry to create designs for "Empire of Silver" and "Twa-Tiu-Tiann" upon invitation by film crews.
1989 The 26th Golden Horse Awards Best Art Direction "Spring Swallow"
1983 The 20th Golden Horse Awards Best Art Direction "The Wheel of Life"
1980 The 17th Golden Horse Awards Best Art Direction "The Pioneers"
1985 The 22th Golden Horse Awards Best Art Direction "唐朝綺麗男"
1985 The 22th Golden Horse Awards Best Costume Design "唐朝綺麗男"
1983 The 20th Golden Horse Awards Best Costume Design "The Wheel of Life"
1983 The 20th Golden Horse Awards Best Art Direction "Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing?"
1982 The 19th Golden Horse Awards Best Art Direction "The Battle for the Republic of China"
|2009||Empire of Silver|
2009 Berlinale Special Section
2009 Hawaii International Film Festival–Best Film
2009 Shanghai International Film Festival–Special Jury Award
|1990||A Home Too Far|
|1983||The Wheel of Life|
|1983||Papa? Can You Hear Me Sing?|
|1981||The Battle for The Republic of China|
|1977||The Youthful Delinquents|