For hundreds of years after Buddha died, people had followed Buddha's teaching – never building a Buddhist statue. However, during the period of Ashoka period (B.C. 268-232), white elephants, the law wheel, and the fig tree (the tree of enlightenment) were brought to symbolize Buddha. Later, there were Buddhist statues of Kusana Dynasty. These Buddhist statues were made by combining Indian style with Greek one. Their unique dignified look is very moving. One photographer Ke-hua Chen went to Pakistan in early of 2007. In famous Lahore Museum and Taxila, he saw these Buddhist statues of Gandhāra Period. He took nearly one hundred photographs of these statues. He is invited to exhibit his work. So his photographs will be displayed in National Taiwan Arts Education Center. In addtion, multi-function pamphlets were published to coordiante with the exhibition, in which Prof. Chen, Yi-Kai of Chihlee Institute of Technology was invited to share his article. Welcome all of you to come to his works!