TH Schee, who rode a BMW across Australia in 1992. has pioneered several web projects that spawned dozens of startup ventures since 2002 in Taipei. In 2006, he co-founded Association of Digital Cultures Taiwan with local bloggers, the Wikimania 2007 local host, and in 2009 mobilized digital communities for crowdsourcing government data in crisis response, the first of it's kind in this region. Previous ventures including Puncar, the largest digital inclusion project at local level, and was later awarded Honorary Mention in Digital Communities from Prix Ars Electronica. He also co-founded MobileMonday Taipei Chapter and Punch Party, with the later being an event conceived as an open venue where young web enthusiasts, designers, engineers, indie music performers and entrepreneurs could meet, exchange, and network.
He currently works on open data, open development across the region, and Code for Tomorrow, which is the largest civic-tech and open data accelerator in Taipei. Exciting ventures including the Data Science Program, a soon be social enterprise this late summer, and various hackathons that span across healthcare, urban development and environment sustainability with multiple stakeholders. He has also been an invited specialist for the UN-GGIM and served at Advisory Board on Prix Ars Electronica, and has worked extensively through three startups in the past decade.