| Cheng Yung-chin|
Republic of China
| 8 December 1949 (age 66)
Emei, Hsinchu County, Taiwan (1949-12-08) |
Minghsin University of Science and Technology
University of St. Thomas
National Chiao Tung University
Hsu Hsin‑ying, Sun Yat‑sen, Liao Chongzhen
Chiu Ching-chun Wikipedia
Chiu Ching-chun (Chinese: 邱鏡淳; pinyin: Qiū Jìngchún) is a Taiwanese politician. He has served as the Magistrate of Hsinchu County since 20 December 2009.
Chiu obtained his bachelor's degree from Minghsin University of Science and Technology and master's degree in business administration from University of St. Thomas in the United States.
Chiu assumed the position of Magistrate of Hsinchu County starting 20 December 2009 after winning the 2009 Republic of China local election under the Kuomintang on 5 December 2009.
In 2014, Chiu joined the 2014 Hsinchu County magistrate election for the same position going against independent candidate Cheng Yung-chin, which was once the former magistrate of the county. Chiu won the election.
In September 2016, Chiu with another seven magistrates and mayors from Taiwan visited Beijing, which were Hsu Yao-chang (Magistrate of Miaoli County), Liu Cheng-ying (Magistrate of Lienchiang County), Yeh Hui-ching (Deputy Mayor of New Taipei City), Chen Chin-hu (Deputy Magistrate of Taitung County), Lin Ming-chen (Magistrate of Nantou County), Fu Kun-chi (Magistrate of Hualien County) and Wu Cheng-tien (Deputy Magistrate of Kinmen County). Their visit was aimed to reset and restart cross-strait relations after President Tsai Ing-wen took office on 20 May 2016. The eight local leaders reiterated their support of One-China policy under the 1992 consensus. They met with Taiwan Affairs Office Head Zhang Zhijun and Chairperson of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Yu Zhengsheng.