In 1941, Yin Cheng Zong was born on Kulangsu (Gulangyu) Island. In spring 1950, Yin Cheng Zong hosted his first “9‑year-old piano solo concert” at the [A.R.C.M. Girls’ Middle School]. Yin Cheng Zong showed his gift for music at a very young age. In 1962, he won the second place in the prestigious Second Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition.
Yin Cheng Zong also composed a series of national style of piano solos, such as “Shi Mian Mai Fu,” “Chun Jiang Hua Yue Ye”, “Ping Hu Qiu Yue”, “Mei Hua San Nong”, and“Bai Niao Chao Feng.” In 1970, Yin cheng zong worked with others to create the “Huang He,” which was created based on the “Huang He Da He Chang.”