Hiroko Matsuzaki is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Humanities and Social Science, Nihon University, Japan. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo. In her dissertation, she focused on Japanese colonial memory and the formation of Taiwanese identity of Taiwanese native writers. She is now working on a book based on her dissertation. Her research interests include Japanese colonial memory, transculturation, children’s literature and language ideology in Japanophone and Sinophone. During her stay at HYI, she will be working on “The Genealogy of Taiwanese Children’s Literature: from Nipponophone to Sinophone”.