JIANG Guo-ji was born on July 5, 1950 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang. He learned the dizi under the famous musician ZHAO Song-ting. In 1975, he was appointed to the Song and Dance Troupe of Zhejiang Province as a performer. Later, he was appointed as a national first class performer and the team leader of the orchestra. In 1976, he made his debut in a national musical contest with the titular piece Floating Melodies of a Water Village, and thereafter, collecting a series of awards in musical competitions at various levels. He has composed many dizi pieces such as Floating Melodies of a Water Village, Picking Mulberry, and The Summer of Tulufan, etc. In 1993, he was invited by APA Hong Kong as concurrent professor and external examiner, where he presents lectures twice each year. In 1996, his artwork of a gigantic dizi, the product of a co-project with other artists, was officially recognized by the World Guinness as a solution to the deficient lack of bass in traditional Chinese musical instruments. Currently he is a member of the Chinese Musicians’ Association, a committee member of the National Traditional Society, deputy director of Zhejiang Provincial Traditional Chinese Music Association.