LEE Zhi-Chuan, born in Pingtung in 1903, was a music educator. He graduated from Imperial School of Music in Japan in 1931. Since 1933 when returning to Taiwan, he had served first as a music teacher and later the president at the National Pingtung Girl's Senior High School. In 1949 he became the president at Tamkang Senior High School. In the following year he was appointed to be the supervisor in the Department of Education at Taipei City Government, responsible for the affairs of music administration and organizing the teachers' choir and orchestra (the predecessor of Taipei Symphony Orchestra), while serving as conductor and deputy director of the teachers' orchestra. In the course of his career, LEE dedicated himself to promoting music education and was one of the early leading figures of music administration in Taiwan. He died in Taipei in 1975.