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Su Chiao hui

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Preceded by  Huang Chih-hsiung
Children  2
Constituency  New Taipei 5th district
Nationality  Republic of China
Parents  Su Tseng-chang
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Born  5 April 1976 (age 40) Taipei, Taiwan (1976-04-05)
Political party  Democratic Progressive Party
Alma mater  National Taiwan University Boston University University of Pennsylvania Law School
Spouse  Lungnan Isak Fangas (m. 2008)
Party  Democratic Progressive Party
Education  University of Pennsylvania, Boston University, National Taiwan University, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Similar  Su Tseng‑chang, Lu Sun‑ling, Lungnan Isak Fangas, Hsieh Wei‑Chou

Newly sworn in legislator su chiao hui accompanies father to distribute red envelopes

Su Chiao-hui (Chinese: 蘇巧慧; pinyin: Sū Qiǎohuì; 5 April 1976) is a Taiwanese politician and lawyer.


Early life

Su Chiao-hui was born in Taipei. She obtained her bachelor's degree in law from National Taiwan University. She then obtained her Master of Laws and Doctor of Juridical Science from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Su Chiao-hui was a trial lawyer who did pro bono work for people in poverty. While working for Formosa Transnational Attorneys at Law, a firm founded by Fan Kuang-chun and John Chen, Su was mentored by Wellington Koo. She has also served as executive director of her father's Eball Foundation starting in 2012.

Political career

Su defeated Ou Chin-shih and Liao Yi-kun in a Democratic Progressive Party primary held in March 2015 to win her party's nomination for the fifth constituency of New Taipei City. She defeated Kuomintang incumbent Huang Chih-hsiung, who had held the seat for three terms.

Personal life

Su is the eldest daughter of Su Tseng-chang and Chan Hsiu-ling. Su's husband, Lungnan Isak Fangas, is an Amis filmmaker.


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