Born in Taipei. Chu was selected for the Crafts and Design category (pottery) in "the 14th Taipei City Art Exhibition" in 1987. He taught pottery and held several joint exhibitions in the Ming-Sheng Art Gallery from 1987 to 1991, and was engaged in pottery studies and the collection of pottery works in the pottery studio newly founded by the International Wen-Zhi-Ge Academy in L.A from 1998 to 1999. His own studio, Chu Pottery Academy, was established in 1999 in Taipei. Chu's works were selected for the "International Biennial Exhibition of Ceramic Arts" in 2000, and received an award in the same year at "the 5th Asian Exhibition of Arts and Crafts in Japan". Chu was invited for academic exchanges and joint exhibitions several times from 2001 to 2002 along with other pottery artists in Shi-Wan in China, Hong Kong, and Occupied the position of the 6th General Secre tary of Chinese Ceramics Association Vaiwan in 2003. "An Invitational Exhibition of Ceramic Art from Taiwan" in the National Museum of History in 2006.