Jui-Mu Chen (陳瑞慕)
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 187 lb.
- High School Shanhua High School
Jui-Mu Chen has played for the Taiwanese national team.
Chen was in the CPBL minors in 2006, hitting .209/.255/.326; he was 2 for 5 the next year. He played for Taiwan in the 2007 World Port Tournament. In the CPBL minors in 2009, he hit .325/.371/.414 but that was his last look there and he did not make it to the top tier.  He backed up Kuan-Wei Yang in the 2011 World Port Tournament, going 0 for 8 at the plate but catching 2 of 3 would-be base-stealers.  He was 0 for 5 in the 2012 Haarlem Baseball Week and allowed one steal in two tries.  He was with Taiwan for the 2014 Haarlem Baseball Week. 
In the 2018 Haarlem Baseball Week, Chen backed up Chia-Wei Huang and was 1 for 4 with a hit-by-pitch. He caught the only runner who tried to steal off him.  He was a defensive sub for Huang again in the 2018 Asian Games, getting into each game for the Bronze Medal winners despite no starts. He did well at the plate (2 for 4, 2B, 2 R, RBI) and allowed two steals in two tries. His hits came off Chung-yeon Choi of Gold Medal winner South Korea and Hong Kong's Ching Connor Kwok.