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Lin Fong-cheng


Lin Fong-cheng

Lin Fong-cheng
Vice Chairman of Kuomintang
In office
11 April 2007 – 30 April 2014
Chairman Wu Po-hsiung
Ma Ying-jeou
Secretary-General of Kuomintang
In office
20 March 2000 – 27 July 2005
Chairman Lien Chan
Preceded by Huang Kun-huei
Succeeded by Chan Chun-po
Minister of the Transportation and Communications of the Republic of China
In office
1 April 1998 – 20 May 2000
Preceded by Tsay Jaw-yang
Succeeded by Yeh Chu-lan
Minister of the Interior of the Republic of China
In office
10 June 1996 – 15 May 1997
Preceded by Huang Kun-huei
Succeeded by Yeh Chin-fong
Magistrate of Taipei County
In office
20 December 1981 – 20 December 1989
Preceded by Shao En-hsin
Succeeded by You Ching
Personal details
Born 20 March 1940 (1940-03-20) (age 75)
Taiwan, Empire of Japan
Nationality  Republic of China
Political party Kuomintang
Alma mater National Taipei University

Lin Fong-cheng (Chinese: 林豐正; pinyin: Lín Fēngzhèng) is a politician in the Republic of China. He was the Vice Chairman of Kuomintang in April 2007 - April 2014.[1][2]


  • Kuomintang Secretary-General 1
    • 2005 Mainland China visit 1.1
  • Kuomintang Vice Chairmanship 2
    • May 2009 Mainland China visit 2.1
    • July 2009 Mainland China visit 2.2
    • 2013 cross-strait forum 2.3
    • April 2014 Mainland China visit 2.4
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Kuomintang Secretary-General

2005 Mainland China visit

Lin and other Pan-Blue officials in Nanjing in 2005.

In April 2005, Lin joined Lien Chan and other Pan-Blue officials to visit mainland China. Prior to their departure, Lin said that the trip aimed to seek constructive dialogue on the peaceful development of cross-strait relations.[3]

Kuomintang Vice Chairmanship

May 2009 Mainland China visit

In May 2009, Lin joined Wu Po-hsiung and other Kuomintang high officials to visit Mainland China for an 8-day visit. He and the delegations visited several Chinese Mainland cities, from Beijing, Hangzhou, Nanjing and Chongqing.[4]

July 2009 Mainland China visit

In July 2009, Lin and delegates participated in the 5th Cross-Strait Economic, Trade and Culture Forum in Changsha, Hunan on 11–12 July. The forum ended with a joint proposal to promote cultural exchanges across the Taiwan Strait. After the forum, they visited Mawangdui Han Tomb.[5]

2013 cross-strait forum

In June 2013, Lin attended a cross-strait forum in Xiamen, Fujian in which the Chinese mainland officials unveiled more measures to increase exchanges and cooperation with Taiwan. The forum was attended by Zhang Zhijun, Director of Taiwan Affairs Office and Yu Zhengsheng, Chairman of the National Committee of the CPPCC.[6]

April 2014 Mainland China visit

In early April 2014, Lin visited Xi'an, Shaanxi to meet with Zhao Zhengyong, the Secretary of the Shaanxi Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China. They attended public memorial ceremony for Yellow Emperor. Zhao made a remark saying that Lin has made great efforts to promote the cross-strait exchanges and cooperation, and added that people from both sides are family. He also hoped that the two sides could appreciate the hard-won prospect, further expand the cooperation and benefit the people.[7]

See also


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