Grew up in Lukang, Taichung, studied at Wen-kai Elementary School, Chung-hsiao Elementary School and Taichung Municipal Taichung First Senior High School.
Early in his career, he served as purchasing officer and supply chain management for RCA and ATARI.
Between 1990-2001,he founded the Procurement Office of Dell Computer in Taipei and headed the Asia-Pacific Supply Chain Management Center it expanded to become. Mr. Fang participated in the golden era of Taiwan’s IT industry and built the relationship with many Taiwan IT industry heads and entrepreneurs.
In 2002, Mr. Fang founded Maxima Capital Management. He raised and managed “Maxima Venture Capital”, “Maxima Venture Capital No. 2” and “Culture and Creativity Venture Capital No.1”. It focuses on technology, culture and creativity industry investment.
Mr. Fang is an optimistic extroverted person who loves traveling, diving, cycling, riding motorcycles.
Jade Lee studied in France since 1988. She finished her Master of French Press Institute at the University of Sorbonne in Paris in 1990 and her PhD of Information Science in 1996.
While studying in France, Lee was working as a journalist in radio stations and as the director assistant / translator for Canal+ in the production of a program about Martial Arts in Taiwan. After graduation, Lee worked in Hong Kong briefly and then moved back to Taiwan to work for magazines and film companies in various fields such as production (executive producer for “Pick the Youth” “Bad Girls” and associate producer of “Seediq Bale”), post production, film acquisition, distribution marketing, PR, international sales and festival, editorial translation of books and subtitles, franchised merchandise authorization.
Lee is currently the Vice president of TC-1 Culture Fund/Maxima Capital Managemen and the General Manager of Million Star Entertainment.