Chung Li-ho (Hakka language: Chûng Lî-fò or Tsûng Li-fô; Traditional Chinese: 鍾理和; December 15, 1915 - August 4, 1960) was a Taiwanese novelist. He was a Liutui Hakka (六堆客家人), born in Gaushu, Pingtung in 1915, and migrated to Meinong, Kaohsiung County (now part of Kaohsiung City) in 1932. He also once left Taiwan and resided in Shenyang and Beijing between 1936 and 1946. He died of pulmonary tuberculosis at age 44 in Meinong when he was writing his last work.
There is a memorial museum for Chung located in Meinong, Kaohsiung. His autobiographical novel Yuán Xiāng Rén (原鄉人; literally: The man from the native land) had been dramatized into China, My Native Land, a 1980 film directed by Li Hsing. And the homonymic theme song for the movie was sung by Teresa Teng. Additionally, Chung's son Chung Tieh-min (鍾鐵民) is also a writer.
- Mu Qian (April 14, 2011). "Ode to a writer". China Daily.
- Digital museum of Chung Li-ho - a website and database built by Taiwan government.