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Wei

Chou Hsi-wei
周錫瑋
Chou at the 2008 Tour de Taiwan press conference
Magistrate of Taipei County
In office
20 December 2005 – 25 December 2010
Deputy Lee Shih-chuan[1]
Preceded by Su Tseng-chang
Lin Hsi-yao (acting)
Succeeded by Office abolished, as Eric Chu as Mayor of New Taipei
Constituency Taipei County
Majority 190,506
Personal details
Born 11 March 1958 (1958-03-11) (age 56)
Changhua County, Taiwan
Nationality  Republic of China
Political party Kuomintang
Other political
affiliations
People First Party
Alma mater Fu Jen Catholic University

Chou Hsi-wei (Chinese: 周錫瑋; pinyin: Zhōu Xíwěi, born March 11, 1958) is a former Taipei County magistrate in Taiwan. He was formerly a member of the People's First Party, but switched allegiance to the Kuomintang[2] shortly before the county chief elections. He previously served as a legislator in the Legislative Yuan of the Republic of China.

Taipei County Magistrate

Chou was elected as the Magistrate of Taipei County after winning the 2005 Republic of China local election under Kuomintang held on 3 December 2005 and took office on 20 December 2005.

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Notes

  1. ^ http://www.ey.gov.tw/en/News_Content2.aspx?n=1C6028CA080A27B3&s=BDC432AF461874D9
  2. ^ "Chou causes blue-camp uproar".  


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