Master ZHAN Wen-Zan (1948-), born in Xi-Zhi, New Taipei City, nicknamed as "Agao-Ah," was the second generation disciple of Le-Ying Club. In 1962, he followed "Master Huang" (Master ZHENG Bing-Huang), a member of the Le-Ying Club, to study backstage music and learn how to sing and pace footsteps (body gestures) with Master LIU Yong-Lian of Ju-Le Club in Keelung and Master GUO Cheng, nicknamed as "Master Dark Skin," of Ju-Le Club and Ling-An Club, respectively. At the age of 18, he studied how to play in frontstage and ever performed a number of features, e.g. Da-Hua (clown features), Gong-Mo (male elder features), Dan (female features), etc. At the age of 19, he began to teach Bei-Guan (northern style orchestration) in the Xin-Le Club located in Hong-Ne, Xi-Zhi. When he served at the army at age of 21, he was enrolled as a member of entertainment team. After he was discharged from the army at the age of 22, he dedicated himself to Bei-Guan teaching. Since 1970, he played Nagashi (minstrel performer) for 28 years and was regarded as a red-label musician at the "Wei-Zhen-Xiang" Restaurant (Dark Skin Hall) at Xi-Zhi Railway Station. In addition, he is also good at performing at backstage of Taoist ceremonies. In 1982, he formed "Tan-Yin Chinese Music Club." Master ZHAN Wen-Zan was registered as a preserver of Bei-Guan music, an intangible cultural asset, by New Taipei City government in 2021.