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Government official

Jen-Huong Wang, Chinese Government official. Second lieutenant Chinese Army, 1962-1963. Member East-West Center Alumni Association, German Association for Asian Studies, Academy American and International Law Southwestern Legal Foundation, Sino-German Cultural and Economics Association (secretary-general, acting president, vice president 1985-1996).

Background

Wang, Jen-Huong was born on August 10, 1939 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Son of Tien-Shang and Enn (Lu) Wang.

Education

Bachelor in Law, National Taiwan University, 1962. Juris Doctor, Heidelberg University, 1970. Postgraduate, Georgetown University, 1978.

Career

Associate professor department law National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1970-1975, professor, 1975-1994, dean university general affairs, 1993-1994. Chairman Research, Development and Evaluation Commission Executive Yuan, 1994-1996. National policy advisor to President, 1996-1998.

President National University Kaohsiung, since 1998. Visiting professor law faculty Vienna University, 1984-1985. Chairman, director department law Graduate Institute Law, Taipei, 1987-1990.

Commissioner Taiwan Provincial Government, Nan-To, Taiwan, 1990-1993. Advisor Ministry of Economic Affairs and Ministry of Education, Taipei, 1978-1994. Supervisor Central Election Committee, Taipei, 1979-1990.

Founder Asia-Pacific Research Foundation.

Membership

Second lieutenant Chinese Army, 1962-1963. Member East-West Center Alumni Association, German Association for Asian Studies, Academy American and International Law Southwestern Legal Foundation, Sino-German Cultural and Economics Association (secretary-general, acting president, vice president 1985-1996).

Connections

Married Min-Shih Du; children: Victor, Magnus, Hwai-Ying, Yih-Jye.

father:
Tien-Shang Wang

mother:
Enn (Lu) Wang

spouse:
Min-Shih Du

child:
Magnus Wang

child:
Victor Wang

child:
Yih-Jye Wang

child:
Hwai-Ying Wang