Chin-Tsai Liu was born in 1959 to a religious family. Her mother is a pious Buddhist, and therefore, she grew up meeting Abbots and Abbesses from different temples. They visited her mother to seek her mother's assistance in raising funds for: temple building, temple maintenance, and/ or monetary allowance for resident Bhikkhus and/or Bhikkhunis. Her mother never said no to their requests. She witnessed her mother go everywhere to raise funds, and her mother always managed to complete all fund-raising tasks. Growing up in a Buddhist environment greatly impacted her, and eventually in 1979 she took refuge in the Triple Gems and she has followed her mother's footsteps—fundraising and completing tasks for temples.
- Since 2000, she has been the President of the Taiwan Branch of the Gaden Sharste Monastery in South India
- Since 2009, she has been the Chief Planner & COE of the Pure Sound 3,000 Concert.This concert has brought different Buddhist traditions, temples, dharma centers and people from all walks of life to come together to promote world peace and celebrate the birthday of H.H. Dalai Lama.
- She has been running a vegetarian restaurant for the past 35 years.
- Every year she will organize Winter Charity Services to provide food, clothing and care for the poor and old. Whenever there is an urgent need of help or disaster she will provide the necessary assistance and relief.
- Every year she will invite Rinpoches, Lamas and Khenpos from the different Tibetan Buddhist traditions to visit Taiwan so they can teach Buddha Dharma.
- 2014~2017, She is an electedMember of the Bard of Supervisors of the Amala Association
- She was selected by Asian readers to be the 2001 Reader's Digest "Model of Compassion and Bravery"
- 1992~2002, She was elected as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Global Buddhadana & Sanghadana Association
- 1998~2001,She was the Office Managerf the Global Buddhadana & Sanghadana Association
- 2012~2014, She was elected as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Amala Association