Huaxing violins making factory

Huaxing violins making factory of Guangzhou is a professional manufacturer of instruments, especially good at violins, violas, cellos.


Huaxing violins making factory

Our employees are well-trained by international violin makers. We use classical violin-making techniques that marked the international standards. Our competetive prices allow us to export worldwide.

Huaxing violins making factory

We welcome you to visit our modern factory and professional staffs. And of course you can try our products at the outlet store, we sure you will be satisfied.

Professional violins

Modes with

AM-200A/B violin/viola/cello

Classical violins

Modes with

BV-204 violin/cello, CV-202 violin/cello

Student violins

Modes with

AV-100 violin, BV-201 cello

Chief violin maker


Wu zu-liang was born into a luthier family in Guangzhou China in the year of 1962. Influenced by his father, his passion for violin was inseparably starting at the young age. In 1985, he studied violin making in Guangzhou violin making school under Mr. Chen Jin Nong and Mr. Chen Linxin, then graduated with the excellent scores in 1987.

At the age of 27, Wu studied and researched exclusively under American luthier Haide Lin. Soon he established Huaxing violins factory in Guangzhou, extending a family business to the international level. In the past 20 years, Wu has traveled and studied Italian violins craftmanship and history in both Europed and North America.



November 2006, Wu was awarded the silver madal for violin tone at the 17th International Violin Making Competition in Baltimore, Maryland. Two years later, Wu in collaboration with Haide Lin, was awarded the certificate of merit for cello tone and quartet tone at the 18th International Violin Making Competition in Portland, Oregon. On November 2011, Wu was awarded the certificate of merit for viola tone and quarted tone at the 19th International Violin Making Competition. Today, Wu continues to research the craft of violin making. His studies allow HuaXing Violins to follow traditional Italian Violin making craftsmanship and classical tone, providing musicians the best instruments for their performances.