Pi-Yen Wu was a Chinese publisher and Party official.
He was born in Chaoyang, Kwangtung, China in 1885.
Pi-Yen Wu went to Siam at age of twenty to engage in business. He was founder of the "Kuo Min Press", "Min Kok Press" and "Banffkok Morning Post" in Siam. Mr. Wu successively served as general manager of the Chinese Rice Merchants' Guild, chairman of the Chinese Wine Merchants' Association, director of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce and director of the Pei Yin and Chaochow Public Schools in Siam.
He was a member of the Executive Committee of the branch Party Headquarters of Kuomintang in Siam, advisor to the National Overseas Affairs Committee at Nanking, and managing director of the "Kuo Min Press", "Min Kok Press" and "Bangkok Morning Post" and president of the Shou Shan Pub-lishing House in Siam, an enthusiastic worker in the Chinese community in Siam in education, Kuomintang Party affairs and charitable work.
Pi-Yen Wu participated in many revolutionary movements in connection with the Chinese Revolution. During the May 30 Tragedy at Shanghai in 1925 he was delegated by the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, Overseas Chinese Union and thirty other organizations in Siam to come to China to Buccor and comfort the workers with contributions raised among the overseas Chinese Community in Siam.