Who is Chu Mei-Feng? Chu Mei-Feng is a Taiwanese politician with the New Party. She served as a Taipei city councilor, then later became cultural affairs director of Hsinchu. According to the Taipei Times, “Chu, born in 1966, was once a shining star of the New Party who first rose to prominence in 1997 after becoming the first to denounce Sung Chi-li, a cult leader who claimed to have supernatural powers. She later regained the media spotlight by having a love affair with the sitting mayor of Hsinchu City Tsai Jen-chien, though she ended the relationship with Tsai last year.” Before entering politics, Chu worked as a TV journalist.In the fall of 2001, there were rumors in Taiwan political circles that a video showing Chu Mei-Feng having sex in her apartment was being shopped around to tabloids, magazines and VCD distributors in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Most rejected the opportunity to distribute the video, but eventually some took the bait. In its issue released Monday, December 17, 2001, Scoop Weekly ran a lengthy expose of Chu Mei-Feng’s promiscuous sex life.