Hsiang-yueh Moh received his early education under private tutoring. He entered the University of Wisconsin (now The University of Wisconsin–Madison) in 1909, transferred to Illinois (The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaig) in 1911 and was graduated with Bachelor of Science degree in 1913. In 1914 Hsiang-yueh Moh received Master of Science degree in Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College (now Texas A&m University, Master of Science).
Hsiang-yueh Moh worked as a supervisor and instructor of Loong Meng Normal School in Shanghai and later chief of police of the Kiangsu Provincial Railways. In 1916 he organized Hou Sen Cotton Mill in Shanghai, China and in 1919 the Yu Foong Cotton Mill in Chengchow, Honan, China. Then he organized the Chinese Cotton Goods Exchange at Shanghai and became its president since then.
In 1921 Hsiang-yueh Moh organized and served as chairman of the board of the Chinese Industrial Bank. In 1922 he headed the Chinese Delegation to the Pan-Pacific Commercial Conference and was a chairman of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce (Shanghai) in 1927.
Hsiang-yueh Moh was also a delegate to National Economic Conference, National Finance Conference and National Communications Conference in 1928, represented China at Far Eastern Industrial and Commercial Fair at Manila Carnival in January in 1929. He became a vice-Minister of Industry, Commerce and Labor in 1930, vice-Minister of Industries in January, 1931.
Hsiang-yueh Moh was an author of "Simple Remarks on Cotton Growing", translations: Dr. Taylor's "Principles of Scientific Management" and Mr. Clarke's "Cotton Goods in Japan".