Painter and writer, Chui was born in Hong Kong in 1936. He studied watercolour, print-making and photography, and "Chinese Arts & Literature" at China College in 1962.
Chui's works have been shown world-wide and has participated over 380 shows. His works are collected by Hong Kong Museum, the University of Hong Kong, Museum Luis de Camoes, Singapore National Art Gallery, National Museum of History, Taiwan and Hong Kong Heritage Museum, etc.
Chui's name has been celebrated in "Who's Who in Hong Kong", "Reference Asia", "Who's Who in Australia and Far East", "International Biography", "The Contemporary Chinese Painters" and "The Elites of Hong Kong Macau".
After winning the award of International Art Competition, Chui was granted Fellowship by U.S. national Endowment of Arts as resident in "Artists' Colonies" in 1988. And also was the official guest invited by U.S. government to visit U.S. Chui also won the UC Biennial Art Awards, 1978 (Painting) & 1988 (Calligraphy). Chui was interviewed by CNN for his establishment in art as calligrapher in 2001. His work was selected for "Three Georges. Stone Engravings by world Chinese Painters. 1998 and his calligraphy was selected for the Footbridge Beautification Project in Wan Chai with calligraphy. As art critic, Chui has written three books, "Beyond the Painters' Brush", "Art Circle", & "The H.K. Art Scene".
2005 Chui was awarded the Certificate of Commendation for his outstanding achievements in promotion of arts and culture.
At present, Chui has a studio "Touchstone" at JCCAC (Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre).