LEE Zhi-Chuan was a music pedagogue and an early promoter of Taiwan's education in music administration. Born in Wandan, Pingtung, in 1903, LEE was exposed to music since little and received training from his Japanese teachers at Tainan Teachers' College (TTC). At TTC he played in the first violin section of the school orchestra, Tainan Orchestra. Later in March, 1928, he attended Tokyo Conservatory of Music (now known as Kunitachi College of Music). He, however, transferred to Imperial School of Music in 1930 and completed his study in 1931. He returned to homeland in March, 1933 and served first as a music teacher and later as the president at the National Pingtung Girl's Senior High School. In August, 1949, he initiated his presidentship at Tamkang Senior High School at the invitation of YU Mi-Jian. He then became a supervisor in the Department of Education at Taipei City Government in 1950, responsible for the affairs of music administration and organizing teachers' choir and orchestra (now known as Taipei Symphony Orchestra). Meanwhile, he served as conductor and deputy director of the teachers' orchestra. He died in Taipei in 1975.