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cultural organization administrator

Tiunn Hok Chu, Chinese cultural organization administrator. Achievements include first to founder of an association to promote Taiwanese languages to be national languages in Taiwan, where the ruling regime enforced it's own language policy and made native Taiwanese languages extinct. Recipient Lai Ho Medical award on Humanity, Lai Ho Foundation, 2005. Head Taiwanese language department Taiwan South Association, Kaohisung, 2001—2005.

Background

Chu, Tiunn Hok was born on June 30, 1951 in Chiang Hoa County, Taiwan. Son of Tiunn Tong Liat and Loa Kiok.

Education

Bachelor, Kaohsiung Medical College, 1979.

Career

Founder, president Taiwanese Romanization Association, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first to founder of an association to promote Taiwanese languages to be national languages in Taiwan, where the ruling regime enforced it's own language policy and made native Taiwanese languages extinct.

Membership

Head Taiwanese language department Taiwan South Association, Kaohisung, 2001—2005.

Connections

Married Ko Kiu Hun, September 24, 1981. Children: Tiunn Eng Tek, Tiunn Hiong.

father:
Tiunn Tong Liat

mother:
Loa Kiok

spouse:
Ko Kiu Hun

child:
Tiunn Eng Tek Chu

child:
Tiunn Hiong Chu