Jay is being investigated because he did not complete the required military service.
Jay sings in Mandarin.
Jay hopes to marry once he's 30 years old.
Jay cooks fried eggs best.
Jay's first love was when he was 15.
Jay's childhood nickname was Black Wheel.
When Jay was younger, his teachers thought he was "retarded".
Before his music career took off, Jay had wanted to be a piano teacher.
Jay made slitty eyes popular.
Jay is known for combining Western music and Chinese music styles.
Jay doesn't like being interviewed or attending award shows.
Jay has been said to be a "control freak".
Jay grows out his hair cover eyes so that fan girls will not distract him.
Jay's mother is the one who manages his large income.
Jay's goal in the music industry is to hold a big concert tour all over Asia.
Jay's best composing partner is Vincent Fang.
Jay's favorite movies are any anime ones by Miyazaki Hayao.
Jay's favorite comic books are the Doraemon ones.
Jay's most commonly used phrases are "Diao bu diao" (Cool or not), "Xia tou le" (Lousy to the core), "Pi la" (Bullshit).
Jay's most collected items are all sorts of hats, various signboards (door numbers, license plates, commercial signs).
Jay's first TV appearance was in a show Bai Li Xiang Jian Yu (1997).
Jay's first award was the Taiwan TVBS-G 'Super Newcomer' Silver award.
The first song that Jay ever composed was "Tiang Chang Di Jiu"(Until The End of Time). He wrote this in middle school.
Jay's best celebrity friends are Liu Geng Hong and Luo Zhi Xiang ('Xiao Zhu').
Jay's biggest wish is to let various countries of different languages get to know and to appreciate Chinese music.
Jay's ambitions before debuting were to either be a piano teacher or a composer for movie scores.
Jay's only working experience prior to becoming a songwriter was being a pianist at S.B.D.W,'s Italian restaurant in 1997.
Jay is the only child in his family.
Jay never lived out his Bruce Lee dream. However, he studies martial arts and in 2003 he did a short film to accompany one of his albums titled Double Blade.
Jay is born in the Year of the Horse.
Jay won the Metro Music Awards for 'Best Composing Singer' and 'Best Composted Album', for November's Chopin, in 2005.
Jay wishes that the paparazzi would be fewer in numbers in the new year (2006).
Jay won the Golden Horse award for 'Best Newcomer'.
Jay's parents got a divorce when he was 13 years old. He was already a shy boy and the divorce drew him further back into a stoic state. However, he found happiness in his interest for music and would spend days daydreaming. Jay became more independent.
Jay's first on-screen appearance was in the movie Hidden Track (2003), where he appeared as himself for a few short moments and experienced what it was like to be part of a film.
Since the age of sixteen, he has been writing songs for many of the most popular singers. Today, he has already written for some of the most popular Asian singers, including Coco Lee, Jacky Wu, Valen Hsu, Power Station, etc.
Jay never got accepted into any colleges, but he said, "I knew I still had music to depend on. For everything else, I've had too much confidence, but it is for my musical talent that I'm so sure of myself."
Jay's favorite classical musicians are Yo-Yo Ma, Liszt and Chopin.
Aside from basketball, Jay also enjoys swimming, bowling, and practicing with nunchucks.
Jay's favorite NBA player is Michael Jordan.
Jay is shy, soft-hearted and easily nervous.
Jay's childhood dream was to become Bruce Lee.
Jay's favorite actor is Jet Li.
Jay's favorite color is blue.
Jay usually got his musical inspirations by watching movies.
In 1998, Jay's schoolmate had entered a singing contest and requested that Jay would accompany her with the piano. The performance was stunning, but Jacky Wu, the host of the show, took great interest in the musical score that Jay was playing from. From then on, Jay entered the music industry as a songwriter.
Although Jay was a musical genius, academically speaking, however, he was not as strong in, but he managed to graduate.
Jay's first released single was He Sei You Mo (Black Humor).
The person Jay says he owes most for his career is his formal manager Jacky Wu.
Some of Jay's favorite articles of clothing include hoodies, caps, jeans, and sleeveless tees.
Jay can play a number of instruments. Those instruments are the piano, cello, guitar and the drums. Jay has played the piano since he was three.
Jay has one pet, a dog that lives with his grandma.
Jay's recording company is Alfa Music.
Jay grew up in Linkou.
Jay loves KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) and his mother's cooking.
Jay went to Taipei Tan Jiang High School and graduated from there in 1997.
Jay writes songs for other artists.
Jay knows many magic tricks.
Jay turned down a big house his company offered him because he'd rather be in his own room.
Jay doesn't wear any underwear and his mother thinks that it may have started when Jay began working with Jacky Wu.
Jay writes rap songs.
Jay mentors the band the Nan Quan Ma Ma.
Jay started out his career as a songwriter and when he wrote enough for an album, he was given the chance to release it.
Jay weighs 60 kg and is 173 cm tall.
Jay's shoe size is 10.5
Started playing the piano at age 3.
Jay's bloodtype is O.
Jay is currently in a relationship with Patty Hou, the #1 beauty anchor of Taiwan.
Jay's debut album, titled Jay, as released in 2000.
Jay's favourite artists include Usher and Babyface.
Jay: I hear stories and I use them. I make them up. I go to see a movie or look at the elements of a music video.