胡先生自幼喜书画，曾师从著名国画家白铭先生、任德超先生 。其书画作品入编《中国书画》、《南海雅集》等多种专业书刊。中国美术家协会常务副主席刘大为以“诗画交通 意境浑融”为题评胡忠画作：“胡忠的画清爽、高雅、淡泊、明洁，呈现一种清新简约的格调。这和他对事业尽善尽美的追求相一致，与他的个人素养，思想境界，哲学观念，审美意识以及道德品格都是相生相济的。‘重技而悟于道，悟道而能近乎技’……故他常以松竹梅荷以及雄鹰入画，并将自身的心志、情趣，通过笔意墨韵跃然纸上，做到‘缘物寄情’‘借画抒怀’”。他的诗集《不尽情思》诗书（书法）兼备，相得益彰。此外，胡先生还善于总结从政心得，著有《城市国有资本运营探索》、《实践与思考》等专著。
Male, Han nationality, born in March 1944, Yingxian County, Shanxi Province, University education, joined the Party in January 1981, and participated in work in September 1967. 1962.09-1968.07 Chemistry Department of Inner Mongolia University; 1968.07-1970.03 PLA 30 Division Reclamation Farm Labor Exercise; 1970.03-1979.10 Tractor Factory Technician, Head of Central Laboratory; 1979.10-1983.12 Deputy Chief of Technical Section, Engineer; 1983.12-1984.08 Baotou City Standard Metrology Deputy Director-General of the Bureau; Deputy Secretary-General of the Baotou Municipal Committee from 1984.08 to 1990.04; Secretary-General of the Baotou Municipal Committee from 1990.04 to 1990.12; Standing Committee and Secretary-General of the Baotou Municipal Committee from 1990.12 to 1993.02; Standing Committee and Deputy Mayor of the Baotou Municipal Committee from 1993.02 to 1995.01; Deputy Secretary and Mayor of the Baotou Municipal Committee from 1995.01 to 1996.11; Secretary of the Baotou Municipal Committee from 1996.11 to 1997.03; 1997.03 to 1999.12 Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee and Director of the Standing Committee of the Municipal People's Congress; Secretary of the Standing Committee of the Party Committee and Baotou Municipal Committee of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from October 2001 to January 2002; Secretary of the Standing Committee of the Party Committee and the Political and Legal Committee of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region from January 2002 to January 2004; Standing Committee of the Party Committee of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee, Deputy Director of the Standing Committee of the District People's Congress from January 2004 to December 2005; and Vice-chairman of the Standing Committee of the District People's Congress, member of the Party Group and Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee of the District Committee; Vice-chairman and member of the Party Group of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on January 2005.
He is currently the full-time vice-president of the Chinese Law Society and the Permanent Honorary Chairman of the World Trade Federation (Asia-Pacific), the honorary chairman of the Beijing Contemporary Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Research Association, the president of Inner Mongolia Chinese Painting Academy, the member of the Chinese Artists Association, the member of the Chinese Calligrapher Association and the member of the Chinese Poetry Society.
Mr. Hu was fond of painting and calligraphy from his childhood. He was taught by famous Chinese painters, Mr. Bai Ming and Mr. Ren Dechao. His paintings and calligraphy are included in many professional books and periodicals, such as "Chinese Calligraphy and Painting" and "Nanhai Elegant Collection". Liu Dawei, the executive vice chairman of the Chinese Artists Association, commented on Hu Zhong's paintings with the theme of "the harmonious mood of poetry and painting in transportation": "Hu Zhong's paintings are fresh, elegant, indifferent and clear, showing a fresh and simple style. This is consistent with his pursuit of perfection in his career. It is compatible with his personal accomplishment, ideological realm, philosophical concept, aesthetic consciousness and moral character. "Emphasizing skill and understanding Tao, understanding Tao and being able to approach skill"... Therefore, he often painted with pine, bamboo, plum and lotus and eagle, and his own mind and interest, through the rhyme of pen and ink on the paper, to achieve the "fate of things to express feelings" and "to express feelings through painting". His collection of poems, The Unfulfilled Thoughts, contains both poems and calligraphy, which complement each other. In addition, Mr. Hu is good at summarizing his political experience, and has written monographs such as Exploration of the Operation of State-owned Capital in Cities and Practice and Thinking.