Su Sen Yong (1919-2007) is a music educator, a well-known chorus conductor, and a music teacher at Hsinchu High School. Born and grown up in Taipei, Taiwan, he returned to his hometown in Fujian with his parents to settle down there. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, he returned to Taiwan and taught at Hsinchu High School. Due to the background of the times, Su Sen Yong did not have extensive academic training in music, but with hard practice and talent, he has achieved quite outstanding and dazzling achievements. In particular, he led the Hsinchu High School Chorus to participate in the provincial chorus competition, won first place for nine consecutive years, and finally won the unparalleled reputation of "Ten Crowns", which is regarded as a legend in the history of Taiwan's choral music. Su Sen Yong also composes and arranges music, mainly chorus music. He pays great attention to the configuration of the timbre of each part and has a unique perspective on the artistic expression of the music. He has also been invited to conduct local Hsinchu and Taipei schools and professional choruses and has also taught at the National Taiwan University of Arts, Chinese Culture University, and other colleges and universities. He widely influenced Hsinchu and northern Taiwan, and was known as the " Music Godfather of Hsinchu ".