Andrew Yu-Yue Tsu (朱友渔, December 18, 1885 – 1986) was the eighth Chinese Anglican bishop consecrated in the Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui. After studies at St. John's College, Shanghai, he was ordained to the diaconate (1907) and priesthood (1912). He attended the General Theological Seminary in New York following the beginning of his ministry in China, receiving a BD from GTS in 1909.
He was consecrated on May 1, 1940 in Holy Trinity Cathedral, Shanghai as assistant bishop to Ronald Owen Hall of the Anglican Diocese of Hong Kong; his co-consecrators included Daniel Trumbull Huntington and Francis Lushington Norris. His official title was "Assistant Bishop of Hongkong, serving as Bishop of Kunming, in charge of the Yunnan-Kweichow Missionary District." "Yunnan-Kweichow" was shorted to "Yun-Kwei," but during World War II, Tsu was known informally as "Bishop of the Burma Road." He attended in the 1948 Lambeth Conference.
Following his 1946 appointment as General Secretary of the Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui, Tsu was succeeded as "Bishop for Yun-Kwei" by Quentin Huang, consecrated on August 14, 1946 in Santa Barbara, California.
Bishop Tsu was married to Caroline Alida Huie, third daughter of the Reverend Huie Kin, founder of the First Presbyterian Church in New York City. He lived in exile in the United States from 1951.