HUA Yan-jun was born in August 1893 in Dongting, Wuxi, Jiangsu province and passed away on December 4, 1950. He was a renowned folk musician also alias Ah Bing. He was the only son of the Taoist priest HUA Qing-he alias Xue-mei, who was in charge of the Leizun Temple in Wuxi. Since his childhood, Ah Bing had been learning many instruments from his father. When Ah Bing was four years old, his mother died. When he was about twenty six or twenty seven, one of his eyes became blind, and at the age of thirty, he left the Taoist world and began to earn his living by singing and playing instruments. At the age of thirty five, he became totally blind, and people started to call him “Ah Bing the Blind”. His life was miserable, but he kept a firm moral stance. He sang the news from the press and also news that he heard from other people. After the victory of the War against Invasion, he was very disappointed by the rule of the Government, and he sang songs criticizing openly the exploitation of the people by the government and the serious problem of inflation. In 1950, when YANG Yin-liu visited him, he made recordings of six pieces of music that he composed or passed down. When people began to recognize his artistic achievements, before recording down the hundreds of works in his repertoire, he passed away unfortunately at the age of fifty eight. However, his music travels around the world and has touch the hearts of an untold number of people.