Chuck was born into a family of five (which eventually became a family of six 13 years later) in which he was constantly reminded that he was destined to carry on the Hua bloodline as the only male in a lineage of immigrants who arrived in America during the 70's. By the meager age of 13, he already changed his dream job a several hundred times, and eventually settled on working in entertainment by request of his 7th grade English teacher who noticed his propensity to write essays scattered with off-topic jokes and his tendency to derail classroom discussions. She was once quoted saying, "Chuck, I can see you working on Saturday Night Live or some kind of sitcom some day." Though he was constantly reminded of his inability to focus during class from sterner, more impatient teachers and was frequently admonished for his disruptive behavior, he always thought of his English teacher's sagacious advice; entertainment was his true destiny, not simply marrying and starting a family to keep passing down his last name like his family prophesied. From then on, he promptly made it his mission to continue bringing laughter and joy to others, whether it be through his filmmaking, music prowess, debate skills, or his improv team's monthly improvisational shows. Today, he has a laundry list of accolades - one of which includes the complete redesign of this very website that you are browsing. Meanwhile, his other accomplishments are to be noted in his future memoir in which he has already a publishing deal with Penguin Books (he is also extremely overconfident). He remains convinced of his ability in the rap game and looks forward to working as a waiter for the years to come before he becomes noticed by an LA talent executive.
He is said to look like an Asian Moshe Kasher and would appreciate anyone greeting him at the upcoming Laguna Hills High School MUN conference.