Chang Jen-Hu (Traditional Chinese: 張鏡湖), or J.H.Chang, 1927–, is a Taiwanese educator, geographer specialized in ancient climate change, and the agricultural development of mainland China and Taiwan. Chang is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Chinese Culture University.
Chang was born in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province on Mar 18, 1927. His father was Chang Chi-yun, who was a prominent politician and educator of the Republic of China.
Chang graduated from the Department of Geography and History of the National Chekiang University in Hangzhou in 1948. In 1954, Chang obtained his Ph.D. in geography from Clark University, the United States.
Chang was a research associate at Johns Hopkins University from 1954 to 1956, at Harvard University from 1956 to 1958, and at the University of Wisconsin–Madison from 1958 to 1959.
From 1959 to 1964, Chang was an editor for the National Geographic Magazine of the National Geographic Society. From 1959 to 1984, Chang was a professor at the University of Hawaii (after 1984, Chang is Professor Emeritus of Geography and Climatology at the University of Hawaii). Chang is a past member of the Editorial Board of the Annuals of the Association of American Geographers. Chang is also former Secretary of the Hawaiian Geophysical Society.
From 1984 to present, Chang is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Chinese Cultural University. From 1987 to present, Chang is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Taipei Hwa Kang Arts School (臺北市私立華岡藝術學校).Agricultural geography of Taiwan (1953). monographic volume.
Climate and Agriculture; An Ecological Survey (1968). ISBN 978-0-202-36249-6.
Chang has received several honorary doctorates, including from the Kyung Hee University in South Korea, Kokushikan University and Sōka University in Japan, and Saint Petersburg State University in Russia. Chang also received an honorary doctorate in humanities from his alma mater Clark University in 2006.