She was born in Jiangsu province and was educated in Christian primary and secondary schools. She continued her education at an agricultural college. She first worked as a teacher and then later at a radio station; she came to Taipei in 1949. She retired from the Taipei International Telecommunications Bureau in 1976.
She published her first book of poetry Qingniao ji (Blue Bird) in 1953. Rongzi married the poet Luo Men in 1955. The couple has been called "the Brownings of Chinese Modern Poetry". Besides several volumes of poetry, she also published essays and a volume of children’s literature.
She received national and international awards for her work.
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