C. J. Chu  CJC-3A 


                                       Major-General C.J. Chu had designed a couple of small helicopters (dubbed Humming Birds) in
                                       China soon after VJ Day.  When the Nationalists fled to Taiwan in 1949, Chu accompanied Chiang
                                       Kai-Shek in exile and in 1952 designed the CJC-3 seen above. Some mods had evidently been made
                                       by that time, re-designating the craft the CJC-3A. .  This diminutive chopper had side-by-side seating
                                       for two and was powered by a centrally-mounted 190 hp Lycoming engine. 
It would appear that Chu
                                       had been influenced, somewhat, by Piasecki designs.