During the organization of the second ART GALLERIES FAIR R.O.C. in 1993, there happened to be an issue with leasing the Taipei World Trade Center venue. In response to the art policy of the Council for Cultural Affairs, the board of directors of the Gallery Association (TAGA) decided to move the exposition to Taichung for the first time. The chairman of TAGA, Zhang Jinxing served as the convener, and the topic "Sparkling Fire, Spreading Eventually" was written in the preface of the special issue. Ms. Li Yali was the executive director, and Mr. Li Dunlang was the deputy executive director. The ART GALLERIES FAIR R.O.C. was a rare international-level art event in central Taiwan, with 48 Taiwanese galleries participating. It also hosted the first "Fa Gu Shan Contemporary Charity Sale," and the Council for Cultural Affairs was inaugurally listed as a guiding organization.