Wu started learning to play the violin at the age of six, taking lessons from Lau Yue Wah, a teacher from the Central Conservatory of Music in China. He has obtained various prizes in the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival, ranging from Grade 8 to the Concerto Competition. He was also awarded the ABRSM Violin and Viola Grade 8, both in distinction. He was then given the Licentiate Diploma and DipABRSM from Trinity College London and The Associate Board of the Royal School of Music. During his years as a Bachlelor of Music Student and Visiting Student in the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, he studied with Mr. Albert Cheng Yue and Mr. Ivan Chan, which are graduates from the Julliard School and The Curtis Institute of Music. With over 10 years of teaching experience, he specializes in bespoking an unique set of teaching method for every student, which facilitates the efficiency of practicing and at the same time boosts level of enjoyment when learning.