Xingzhe Zhou (Eric Chou) is a Taiwanese pop singer and songwriter who was born on June 22, 1995, in the province of Taiwan. Eric Chou, at 11 years old, left Taiwan in 2006 to study abroad in Boston. He didn't come back to Taiwan until 2014. Eric started studying creation in his spare time when he was studying abroad.



In the television show "Sixteen Summers," Eric wrote and sang the final song, "Don't Be Friends," which garnered media attention. The song gained over 100 million views on the video sharing website YouTube after its debut, and it quickly topped the iTunes digital singles chart. His debut music CD, "Learn to Love," which was published in the same year, earned him the "Annual Pioneer New Artist Award" on the Music Pioneer List.


Zhou Xingzhe released his fourth music album "We Were Young". Eric conducted the first indoor concert in record with 10,000 attendees that same year, during the epidemic, and it was covered by the US "Time" Weekly.