Tai-Chun Lee was born in 1950 in Hualien. After fulfilling his military service, he received a Marine Officer certificate and was approved and qualified to serve as a third class and second class radiotelegraph operator. He worked on board for six years, and in 1980 he was employed by the Alishan weather station as a meteorological surveyor of the Central Weather Bureau (CWB). In 1981, he volunteered to go to the Yushan weather station and he worked there until 2010. He retired from The CWB with the titles of junior Technical Specialist, Associate Technical Specialist and Acting Director. He was approved after the public job training period and graduated from The National Chengchi University of Aerial Lines of Administrative Specialists in 1989. For 29 years, he endured the cold weather. He viewed all of Yushan’s conditions with his naked eyes.
In 1998, he received a fellowship from the Photographic Society of Kaohsiung. He also served as a former lecturer regarding cloudy observations of the CWB, mountain weather lecturer of the Yushan National Park Headquarters and meteorological mountain guide lecturer of the Chinese Taipei Alpine Association.
His works are “Yushan wind outlet scree observation and analysis of wind field and temperature”, “Yushan weather”,“Roaming on Clouded Yushan”, “Cloud - The Magic Spirit of Sky” and “Yushan drip”.