Growing up in a traditional Pangcah village, Anu left home to study and work at a young age. After living in the city for many years, he started questioning the purpose of life. So he decided to return home with all the savings. Following his older brothers around the village every day, going hunting, fishing and thoroughly involving in the village life on various levels, he has gradually recovered the dignity of an Amis young man, while learning indigenous cultural, music, dance, and driftwood. He joined bands “Necklace,” “Salty Pork,” “Cepo Troupe” for artistic collaboration. In 2014, he was awarded Best Indigenous Singer of the 25th Golden Melody Award while his album “Cepo Murky” winning the best Indigenous Album of the year, and Best Indigenous Album of the fifth annual Golden Tone Award.