Yue-Chip Ho was born in Canton, China in 1938 and moved with his parents to Hong Kong in 1948. He studied at the National Taiwan Normal University where he received his Bachelors degree in Fine Arts in 1962. At the University, he studied both traditional
Chinese and Western methods of painting. With his family, Yue-Chip immigrated to Canada in 1972. As a result of these experiences, his Chinese paintings have a strong influence. Yue-Chip describes his landscape paintings as “lifelikeness with movement of wind, rain, mist, and snow”. His paintings have no geographic boundaries.