A ring-shaped focus with a uniform hollow light distribution has an important role in the fields of optical tweezers , microfabrication, and communication. In the area of two-photon polymerization (TPP) fabrication, applying the ring-shaped focus instead of the conventional single-point focus allows polymerizing a tubular structure in a single exposure, which greatly improves the fabrication efficiency compared to the point-to-point scanning strategy. Until now, some very specific distributions, including Bessel beams, spatially shifted vortex beams, double-helix beams, and ring-shaped beams, have been explored for parallelization of the direct laser writing or even single-shot microfabrication. Among these methods, Bessel beams and vortex beams[9,10] have been widely applied to generate ring-shaped foci. With the flexible control of parameters of Bessel and vortex beams, the diameter of ring-shaped focus can be easily adjusted. By changing the polarization state of an incident light, switchable spatial arrangement of the donut-shaped focusing beams through an engineered microsphere can be tuned. More than that, triangle and rectangle hollow foci can be also achieved by combining the Bessel beam and vortex beam, and an ellipse donut focus can be generated by cross phase.