Jul 06, 2018 Culture Comments Off on Taiwan appoints new representative to Switzerland
Taipei, Taiwan on Friday announced it has appointed new representative to Switzerland.
Huang Wei-feng (???), an associate research fellow of Taiwan's most prominent academic institution Academia Sinica, was nominated as the new representative to Switzerland, according to the website of the Presidential Office.
Huang received his doctoral degree in politics at the University of Oxford in 1995, and has been an associate research fellow at Academia Sinica's Institute of European and American Studies since 2009, according to his personal page on the think tank's website.
He was the vice chairman of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council from October 2004 to September 2005, and the deputy representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States from June 2007 to July 2008, the Academia Sinica website said.
The departing representative to Switzerland, Klement Ruey-sheng Gu (???), will take charge of a commission under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Presidential Office said.
The Presidential Office on Thursday approved Taiwan's representative to South Korea Joseph Shih (??) to retire from his post.
Tang Diann-wen (???), Taiwan's current ambassador to the Marshall Islands, is expected to take over Shih's post, diplomatic sources said.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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