Ming Wu immigrated from Taiwan with her parents in 1974. She is a resident of Sauble Beach, Ontario.
Her earrings, necklaces and bracelets are made from sterling silver, gold-filled wires, Swarovski crystals, pearls and gemstones. She also hand-carves fine silver charms and uses them in her jewelry. The silver charms depict fossils, and personal seals. Ming has a lifetime passion for wearable art. She learned how to sew from her mother, and learned how to dye and spin yarns while working in Ottawa. While working in Toronto and Austin, she started to work on woven tapestries. Currently, her focus is on silversmithing and wirework jewelry.
Ming is a member of the Shoreline Artists, the Ontario Weavers and Spinners Guild, and the Beader's Guild of Toronto. She has taken courses at the Ontario College of Art, The Avenue Art School, and the Fine Art School of Haliburton.