|Vice-chairman of People First Party|
31 March 2000
|Born|| 3 February 1942 |
Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Empire of Japan
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Political party||People First Party (2000-)|
|Alma mater||National Taiwan University(M.D.)|
Chang Chau-hsiung (simplified Chinese language:
Given birth to in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Empire of Japan, Chang was your physician who graduated from Country wide Taiwan School with an MD in 1967.
In 1967, Chang completed his surgical trained in the university hospital. Then served like a citizen doctor and main citizen doctor until 1972. From then on, Chang visited america for further teaching. He worked well in Michael Reese Medical center, Texas Center Institute and Mokral Medical center for medical study and medical practice. He came back to Taiwan in 1976.Chang worked in the college or university hospital like a part-time going to doctor from 1976 to 1977. Then worked well in the Chang Gung Memorial Medical center from 1976 to 1999 as well as the chief executive of Chang Gung College or university from 1997 to 1999. Chang may be the writer of sixteen and coauthor of 167 medical citation index documents.
Chang ran seeing that an unbiased vice-presidential applicant (for the solution of Wayne Soong) in the 2000 elections. Along with Soong, he founded individuals First Party in 2000, after their beat in the presidential election. In 2006, Chang announced his pension type politics after Soong seriously dropped in the Taipei mayoral election. 2000 Republic of China Presidential Election Result Political affiliation Applicant Votes Chief executive Vice Chief executive Total votes Percentage Democratic Progressive Party Chen Shui-bian Annette Lu 4,977,737 39.3% Individual Wayne Soong Chang Chau-hsiung 4,664,932 36.8% Kuomintang Lien Chan Vincent Siew 2,925,513 23.1% Individual Hsu Hsin-liang Josephine Chu 79,429 0.63% New Party Li Ao Elmer Fung 16,782 0.13% Total 12,786,671 82.69% voter turnout Valid votes 12,664,393 Invalid votes 122,278
He's married to Lee Fang-hui (Chinese language: 李芳
Politics of Taiwan