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Lee Ching hua

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Constituency  Taipei 2
Constituency  Taipei County 3
Constituency  New Taipei 12
Party  Kuomintang
Succeeded by  Yu Tian
Succeeded by  Huang Kuo-chang
Parents  Lee Huan

Born  3 December 1948 (age 68) Hangzhou, Republic of China (1948-12-03)
Political party  Kuomintang (until 1993; since 2005)
Education  New York University, National Chengchi University
Similar  Huang Kuo‑chang, Lee Huan, Sun Yat‑sen, Liao Chongzhen

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Lee Ching-hua (Chinese: 李慶華; born 3 December 1948) is a Taiwanese politician.


Family and education

Lee Ching-hua was born on 3 December 1948, the second child to Lee Huan and Pan Hsiang-ning. He had one older brother, Lee Ching-chung, and two younger sisters, Lee Ching-chu and Diane Lee. Lee Ching-hua earned a bachelor's degree in law from National Chengchi University before furthering his education in the United States, where he obtained a doctorate in history from New York University. Lee then returned to Taiwan and became an associate professor at NCCU.

Political career

Lee was elected to the Legislative Yuan for the first time in 1992. He, Chen Kuei-miao, and others broke away from the Kuomintang to found the New Party the next year. He joined James Soong's People First Party in 2000 to support Soong's first presidential bid, but continued serving as the leader of the New Party's national election and development committee during the 2000 election. Lee left the PFP in May 2005 and rejoined the Kuomintang. Lee lost his legislative seat to Huang Kuo-chang of the New Power Party in 2016. The next year, Wu Den-yih named Lee a spokesman for Wu's KMT chairmanship bid.


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