Shu Chin-chiang

Shu Chin-chiang


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name = Shu Chin-chiang
honorific-suffix =
nationality = ROC-TW
order = 2nd Chairperson of the TSU
term_start = 2005
term_end = 2006
predecessor = Huang Chu-wen
successor = Lin Chih-chia (acting)
birth_date = birth date and age|1953|4|5
birth_place = Baojhong, Yunlin, Taiwan
death_date =
death_place =
spouse =
party = TSU
alma_mater = R.O.C. Military Academy
National Defense University
occupation = Politician
profession = Soldier

Shu Chin-chiang (蘇進強; born April 5, 1953- ) is a Taiwanese novelist and politician. His pen name is "Lu Jiang" (履彊). As a politician, he strongly supports the cause of Taiwan independence. In 2001 he began to serve as the secretary of Taiwan Solidarity Union and in 2005 he was elevated to the party chairperson. In 2006 after a poor election performance of the party he resigned the chairmanship.


In April 2005, Shu visited the controversial Yasukuni Shrine in Japan, incurring much criticism in Taiwan, as the shrine has posts for World War II war criminals. [ [ TSU head visits controversial shrine] Taipei Times ] However, Shu said that his visit was not an endorsement of Japanese militarism, instead he was only paying tributes to Taiwanese soldiers who had died while serving for the Japanese during occupation. [ [ Local group supports TSU chief] Taiwan Headlines ]


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