Hsu Chung-Chi graduated from the Japanese Military Cadets' Academy in Tokyo.
Mr. Hsu served as a brigade-commander at Fuzhou. He joined the Guomindang and participated in revolutionary movements for the overthrow of the Manchu dynasty. During the 2nd Revolution against Yuan Shih-kai's monarchical movement, he was placed in charge of the Guangdong Constitutional Forces stationed at Canton under the supreme command of Dr. Sun Yat-sen and later appointed commander of the Northern Punitive Expeditionary Forces of the Canton Constitutional Government. He was a member of the State Council of the National Government since 1932. Hsu Chung-chi member of the Central Supervisory Committee of the Guomindang since 1926. Mr. Hsu was appointed Vice-President of the Control Yuan in November 1935.