Junko Uchida was born at Tokyo, Japan, and has been interested in Chinese culture as the origin of the Asian culture. She has been trained Chinese archaeology at Kyoto University, the title of the doctoral dissertation is “The school and production mechanism of manufacture in Shang dynasty”. After moved to Taipei on 2006, concentrated on the study on the materials unearthed from Anyang Yinxu, such as Xibeigang royal cemetery site, and the Xiaotun complexed site of Palace and Shrines of Shang dynasty, which are stored in Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica. Her recent approach is the rise and fall of Shang dynasty, the change of social systems in Yinxu, the one of the oldest megalopolis in Asia, and the gender structure, through the analysis of the archaeological materials. And she is also interested in reviewing the bronze chronology by focusing on the technological innovation through restoration casting experiments on Shang bronzes.