Taipei--President Tsai Ing-wen (???) was said to be in good health after her first physical since assuming the presidency on May 20, 2016, the Presidential Office said Saturday.
After Tsai completed her physical at Veterans General Hospital, the medical team in charge of her health said the 60-year-old president was 163.5 centimeters tall, weighed 62 kilograms, and had a BMI of 23.2.
Her blood pressure was 138/80, and she had a pulse of 74 beats per minute.
No abnormal signs were detected in blood tests or X-ray or ultrasound examinations, the team said.