Born in Anhui, 1932. Chin Sung migrated to Taipei in 1949. He attended Taipei Normal School and graduated from its Department of Fine Arts three years later. In 1957, he founded the Modern Prints Association and became its president, a position he held until 1969. In the late 1950s, Chin was awarded prizes at the International Graphic Art Association in New York and at the 5th International Biennial Art Exhibition in Sao Paolo. Chin has made important contributions to other key artistic groups and events in Taiwan. He joined the Ton Fan (Eastern) Art Association in 1959. After moving to USA in 1969, Chin began to exhibit his works there, primarily in New York. He served as joint chairman of the Artists of Chinese Origin Association in New York from 1980 to 1982. Chin was awarded the National Award of the National History Museum Taipei in 1993 and his works have been collected by the National History Museum Taipei, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Yale U. Library and Harvard University, among other prominent institutions.