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TAIWAN-FILM/
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January 08, 2009
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung...
Taipei, Taiwan
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" pose for photographers during a news conference in Taiwan
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung and Zhang Guozhu pose for photographers during a news conference in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
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January 08, 2009
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung...
Taipei, Taiwan
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" pose for photographers during a news conference in Taipei
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung and Zhang Guozhu pose for photographers during a news conference in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1W7HE
January 24, 2008
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (front row, C) poses for a group photo with his cabinet in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's Premier Chang poses for a group photo with his cabinet in Taipei
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (front row, C) poses for a group photo with his cabinet in Taipei January 24, 2008. Taiwan's cabinet resigned en masse on January 24, as per custom following the election of a new parliament, which saw the main opposition Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang, capture 81 out of 113 seats. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1W7H8
January 24, 2008
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (front row, 3rd L) poses for a group photo with his cabinet in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's Premier Chang poses for a group photo with his cabinet in Taipei
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (front row, 3rd L) poses for a group photo with his cabinet in Taipei January 24, 2008. Taiwan's cabinet resigned en masse on January 24, as per custom following the election of a new parliament, which saw the main opposition Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang, capture 81 out of 113 seats. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1W7H4
January 24, 2008
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (L) arrives for a group photo session with his cabinet in Taipei January...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's Premier Chang arrives for a group photo session with his cabinet in Taipei
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (L) arrives for a group photo session with his cabinet in Taipei January 24, 2008. Taiwan's cabinet resigned en masse on January 24, as per custom following the election of a new parliament, which saw the main opposition Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang capture 81 out of 113 seats. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
RTR1VPQD
January 12, 2008
Taiwan's President and ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairman Chen Shui-bian (2nd L), presidential...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's President and ruling DPP Chairman Chen, presidential candidate Hsieh, vice presidential candidate...
Taiwan's President and ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairman Chen Shui-bian (2nd L), presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (2nd R), vice presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang (R) and premier Chang Chun-hsiung (L) bow to apologize to supporters during a news conference after the legislative election in Taipei January 12, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party (KMT) soundly beat the ruling party in legislative elections on Saturday, boosting its bid to retake the presidency in March and augering improved relations with China. Chen announced his resignation from the position of the DPP chairman. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTX54NG
January 01, 2008
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (2nd R), Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) and officials attend an opening...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Chen, Premier Chang and officials attend an opening ceremony at the National Taiwan...
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (2nd R), Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) and officials attend an opening ceremony at the National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall in Taipei January 1, 2008. The former Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall building was built by the previous Nationalist (KMT) government in memory of the late leader until his death in 1975. The ruling Democratic Progressive Party re-named the hall as the National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall earlier this year and completed replacement of its name plaque and an inscription on its arch gateway in December 2007, amid protests from KMT supporters. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTX54N9
January 01, 2008
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (4th R) and Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (2nd R) walk in front of the statue...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Chen and Premier Chang walk in front of the statue of former Taiwan president Chiang...
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (4th R) and Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (2nd R) walk in front of the statue of former Taiwan president Chiang Kai-shek at the newly reopened National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall in Taipei January 1, 2008. The former Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall building was built by the previous Nationalist (KMT) government in memory of the late leader until his death in 1975. The ruling Democratic Progressive Party re-named the hall as the National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall earlier this year and completed replacement of its name plaque and an inscription on its arch gateway in December 2007, amid protests from KMT supporters. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTX503S
December 26, 2007
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks to the media during his year-end news conference in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's Premier Chang speaks to the media during his year-end news conference in Taipei
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks to the media during his year-end news conference in Taipei December 26, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-RESOLUTION/
RTR1UFGS
September 30, 2007
The President's Chief of Staff Yeh Chu-lan (L) and Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung smile during a
Democratic...
Taipei, Taiwan
The President's Chief of Staff Yeh and Taiwan Premier Chang smile during a DPP) conference in Taipei
The President's Chief of Staff Yeh Chu-lan (L) and Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung smile during a
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) conference in Taipei September 30, 2007. Taiwan's ruling DPP passed a resolution on Sunday recommending a new constitution -- with its implications of independence from China -- a move that would outrage both rival China and chief ally, the United States. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
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September 30, 2007
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks during a
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) conference in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks in Taipei
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks during a
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) conference in Taipei September 30, 2007. Taiwan's ruling DPP passed a resolution on Sunday recommending a new constitution -- with its implications of independence from China -- a move that would outrage both rival China and chief ally, the United States. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-RESOLUTION/
RTR1UFGC
September 30, 2007
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks during a
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) conference in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks in Taipei
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks during a
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) conference in Taipei September 30, 2007. Taiwan's ruling DPP passed a resolution on Sunday recommending a new constitution -- with its implications of independence from China -- a move that would outrage both rival China and chief ally, the United States. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-RESOLUTION/
RTR1UFG3
September 30, 2007
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks during a
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) conference in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks in Taipei
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks during a
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) conference in Taipei September 30, 2007. Taiwan's ruling DPP passed a resolution on Sunday recommending a new constitution -- with its implications of independence from China -- a move that would outrage both rival China and chief ally, the United States. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-UN/
RTR1TVBY
September 15, 2007
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice-presidential candidate Su...
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Officials attend a rally march titled "U.N. for Taiwan" in Kaohsiung
Taiwan's Premier Chang Chun-hsiung, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang, DPP Presidential candidate Frank Hsieh, DPP Chairman Yu Shyi-kun and the President's Chief of Staff Yeh Chu-lan (L-R) attend a rally march titled "U.N. for Taiwan" in Kaohsiung September 15, 2007. About 250,000 people demonstrated in two Taiwan cities on Saturday to back the island's doomed efforts at securing United Nations membership, a move condemned by rival Beijing and rejected by ally Washington. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1T797
August 29, 2007
(L-R) Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh, Taiwan Premier...
Taipei, Taiwan
DPP presidential candidate Hsieh, Taiwan Premier Chang and DPP Secretary General Lin place flowers during...
(L-R) Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh, Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung and DPP Secretary General Lin Jia-long place flowers during a ceremony to commemorate "White Terror" victims, in Taipei August 29, 2007. The "White Terror" period began soon after the 228 Incident in 1947, during which a military crackdown took place against dissidents protesting against the administration of Chen Yi, a governor appointed by Chiang-Kai-shek to help rebuild Taiwan after World War II, according to local media. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1PX7S
May 21, 2007
Taiwan new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a speech during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007....
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a speech during a handover ceremony in Taipei
Taiwan new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a speech during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. The new Taiwan premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1PX7R
May 21, 2007
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang waves to supporters after a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21,...
Taipei, Taiwan
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang waves to supporters in Taipei
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang waves to supporters after a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. The new Taiwan premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang Chun-hsiung, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1PX7Q
May 21, 2007
New Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) bows as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and Vice President...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's new Premier Chang bows as outgoing Premier Su and Vice President Lu watch in Taipei
New Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) bows as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and Vice President Annette Lu watch during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. The new Taiwan premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1PX7I
May 21, 2007
New Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a speech during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007....
Taipei, Taiwan
New Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a speech during a handover ceremony in Taipei
New Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a speech during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Chang, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su Tseng-chang, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET
RTR1PX73
May 21, 2007
Taiwan's new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) delivers a speech as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's new Premier Chang delivers a speech as outgoing Premier Su and Vice President Lu listen
Taiwan's new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) delivers a speech as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and Vice President Annette Lu listen during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. In the background is a picture of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of Taiwan. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET
RTR1PX72
May 21, 2007
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung...
Taipei, Taiwan
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang in Taipei
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice President Annette Lu looks on during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. In the background is a picture of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of Taiwan. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET/
RTR1PX6Z
May 21, 2007
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung...
Taipei, Taiwan
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang in Taipei
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice President Annette Lu looks on during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CABINET
RTR1PX6W
May 21, 2007
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) shakes hands with new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice...
Taipei, Taiwan
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang in Taipei
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) shakes hands with new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice President Annette Lu looks on during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PO12
May 14, 2007
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) makes a statement as Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian...
Taipei, Taiwan
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang makes statement as President Chen and Vice President Lu listen...
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) makes a statement as Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) and Vice President Annette Lu listen during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator Chang as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PO11
May 14, 2007
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung smiles during a news conference in Taipei May 14,...
Taipei, Taiwan
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang smiles during a news conference in Taipei
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung smiles during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator Chang as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen Shui-bian said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PO0S
May 14, 2007
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung gives a statement during a news conference in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Newly-appointed Premier Chang gives statement during news conference in Taipei
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung gives a statement during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator Chang as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen Shui-bian said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. A portrait of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of Taiwan, is seen in the background. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PO0N
May 14, 2007
Newly appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a statement during a news conference in Taipei May...
Taipei, Taiwan
Newly appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a statement during a news conference in Taipei
Newly appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a statement during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator, Chang, as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen Shui-bian said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. On the background is Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of Taiwan. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PO0H
May 14, 2007
Newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a statement during a news conference in Taipei May...
Taipei, Taiwan
Newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a statement during a news conference in Taipei
Newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung delivers a statement during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator, Chang, as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen Shui-bian said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PO03
May 14, 2007
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) speaks with newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung during a news...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Chen shakes speaks with newly-appointed Premier Chang in Taipei
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) speaks with newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator, Chang, as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. Su became the fifth premier to quit since Chen took office in 2000. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PO01
May 14, 2007
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) shakes hands with newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung listens...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Chen shakes hands with newly-appointed Premier Chang in Taipei
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) shakes hands with newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung listens during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator, Chang, as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. Su became the fifth premier to quit since Chen took office in 2000. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PNZZ
May 14, 2007
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) speaks as newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung listens during...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Chen speaks as newly-appointed Premier Chang listens in Taipei
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) speaks as newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung listens during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator, Chang, as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. Su became the fifth premier to quit since Chen took office in 2000. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-PREMIER/
RTR1PNZY
May 14, 2007
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) speaks as newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung takes a bow...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Chen speaks as newly-appointed Premier Chang takes a bow in Taipei
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) speaks as newly-appointed Premier Chang Chun-hsiung takes a bow during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator, Chang, as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. Su became the fifth premier to quit since Chen took office in 2000. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN
RTR1EIDS
June 16, 2006
Taiwan's Premier Su Tseng-chang (R) and three former Premiers (L-R) Frank Hsieh, Yu Shyi-kun and Chang...
Ilan, Taiwan
Taiwan's Premier Su and three former Premiers celebrate in Ilan
Taiwan's Premier Su Tseng-chang (R) and three former Premiers (L-R) Frank Hsieh, Yu Shyi-kun and Chang Chun-hsiung celebrate after driving through the Hsuehshan Tunnel, Asia's longest at 12.9 km (8 miles), June 16, 2006. The tunnel was opened on Friday after 15 years of construction that cost more than T$100 billion (US$3.1 billion). Thirteen workers died during its construction. REUTERS/Jimmy Chang (TAIWAN)
CHANG
RTXNKCN
June 17, 2005
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, gestures during an interview with Reuters in his...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, gestures during an interview with Reuters in .....
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, gestures during an interview with Reuters in his office in Taipei June 17, 2005. Chang was appointed chairman of the semi-official Straits Exchange Foundation, which handles bilateral relations with [Beijing] in the absence of official government ties.
TAIWAN CHANG
RTREPA6
June 17, 2005
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's top negotiator with China Chang Chun-hsiung speaks during interview in Taipei.
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, speaks during an interview with Reuters in his office in Taipei June 17, 2005. Chang was appointed chairman of the semi-official Straits Exchange Foundation, which handles bilateral relations with Beijing in the absence of official government ties. REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/TZ
TAIWAN CHANG
RTREP9V
June 17, 2005
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, gestures during an interview with Reuters in his...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's top negotiator with China Chang Chun-hsiung gestures during interview in Taipei.
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, gestures during an interview with Reuters in his office in Taipei June 17, 2005. Chang was appointed chairman of the semi-official Straits Exchange Foundation, which handles bilateral relations with Beijing in the absence of official government ties. REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/TZ
TAIWAN CHANG
RTREP9M
June 17, 2005
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, smiles during an interview with Reuters in his...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's top negotiator with China Chang Chun-hsiung smiles during interview in Taipei.
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, smiles during an interview with Reuters in his office in Taipei June 17, 2005. Chang was appointed chairman of the semi-official Straits Exchange Foundation, which handles bilateral relations with Beijing in the absence of official government ties. REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/TZ
TAIWAN CHANG
RTREP9D
June 17, 2005
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, gestures during an interview with Reuters in his...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's top negotiator with China Chang Chun-hsiung gestures during interview in Taipei.
Taiwan's top negotiator with China, Chang Chun-hsiung, gestures during an interview with Reuters in his office in Taipei June 17, 2005. Chang was appointed chairman of the semi-official Straits Exchange Foundation, which handles bilateral relations with Beijing in the absence of official government ties. REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/TZ
TAIWAN ELECTION
RTRHPZU
December 08, 2004
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, smiles...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, ...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, smiles during interview in Taipei. Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DDP), smiles during an interview in Taipei December 8, 2004. Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party is sure it can secure a clear mandate in parliamentary elections on Saturday to deal with rival China, Chang said. Chang earned his political stripes by defending the dissidents of the Kaohsiung Incident who were jailed for defying martial law and organising a human rights demonstration in 1979. Behind Chang is a picture of the legal team, of whom many later formed the core of the DPP. REUTERS/Richard Chung
TAIWAN ELECTION
RTRHPZO
December 08, 2004
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, gestures...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, ...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, gestures during interview in Taipei. Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DDP), gestures during an interview in Taipei December 8, 2004. Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party is sure it can secure a clear mandate in parliamentary elections on Saturday to deal with rival China, Chang said. Chang earned his political stripes by defending the dissidents of the Kaohsiung Incident who were jailed for defying martial law and organising a human rights demonstration in 1979. Behind Chang is a picture of the legal team, of whom many later formed the core of the DPP. REUTERS/Richard Chung
TAIWAN ELECTION
RTRHPZI
December 08, 2004
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, gestures...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, ...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, gestures during interview in Taipei. Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, gestures during an interview in Taipei December 8, 2004. Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party is sure it can secure a clear mandate in parliamentary elections on Saturday to deal with rival China, Chang said. REUTERS/Richard Chung
TAIWAN ELECTION
RTRHPZB
December 08, 2004
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, poses...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, ...
Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, poses during interview in Taipei. Chang Chun-hsiung, secretary general of Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, poses during an interview in Taipei December 8, 2004. Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party is sure it can secure a clear mandate in parliamentary elections on Saturday to deal with rival China, Chang said. REUTERS/Richard Chung
TAIWAN PRESIDENT RUNNING MATE
RTR8L5Y
December 11, 2003
Vice President Annette Lu delivers a speech at a news conference in
Taipei on December 11, 2003 after...
Taipei, Taiwan
VICE PRESIDENT ANNETTE LU DELIVERS AT SPEECH AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN
TAIPEI.
Vice President Annette Lu delivers a speech at a news conference in
Taipei on December 11, 2003 after being named as President Chen
Shui-bian's (R) running mate in the 2004 re-election campaign as
Secretary General of the DPP. Chang Chun-hsiung (L), Taiwan Premier Yu
Shyi-kun (2nd L) and Kaoshiung Mayor Frank Hsieh (2nd R) look on.
REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN CHINA CHEN
RTR8IJ1
December 10, 2003
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) cheers at a news conference in
Taipei on December 10, 2003 after...
None, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN CHEERS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) cheers at a news conference in
Taipei on December 10, 2003 after being confirmed as the Democratic
Progressive Party's (DPP) candidate for the 2004 presidential election.
Chen reiterated his plan to hold a referendum alongside the election,
despite opposition from China and a blunt warning from U.S. President
George W. Bush. Alongside Chen are (L-R) Secretary General of the
presidential office Chiou I-jen, Secretary General of the DPP Chang
Chun-hsiung, Taiwan Premier Yu Shyi-kun and Kaoshiung Mayor Frank
Hsieh. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN CHINA CHEN
RTR8IIS
December 10, 2003
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) cheers at a news conference in
Taipei on December 10, 2003 after...
None, United Kingdom of Great Britain
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN CHEERS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) cheers at a news conference in
Taipei on December 10, 2003 after being confirmed as the Democratic
Progressive Party's (DPP) candidate for the 2004 presidential election.
Chen reiterated his plan to hold a referendum alongside the election,
despite opposition from China and a blunt warning from U.S. President
George W. Bush. Alongside Chen are (L-R) Secretary General of the
presidential office Chiou I-jen, Secretary General of the DPP Chang
Chun-hsiung, Taiwan Premier Yu Shyi-kun and Kaoshiung Mayor Frank
Hsieh. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN CHINA CHEN
RTR8IEY
December 10, 2003
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian cheers at a news conference in Taipei
on December 10, 2003 after being...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN CHEERS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian cheers at a news conference in Taipei
on December 10, 2003 after being confirmed as the Democratic
Progressive Party's (DPP) candidate for the 2004 presidential election.
Chen reiterated his plan to hold a referendum alongside the election,
despite opposition from China and a blunt warning from U.S. President
George W. Bush. Beside Chen are Secretary General of the DPP, Chang
Chun-hsiung (L) and Taiwan Premier Yu Shyi-kun. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN CABINET
RTR10LS
February 01, 2002
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (L) hands over the official
seal wrapped in yellow silk to...
Taipei, Taiwan
OUTGOING PREMIER CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG HANDS OVER A OFFICIAL SEAL TO
SUCCESSOR YU SHYI-KUN IN TAIPEI.
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (L) hands over the official
seal wrapped in yellow silk to his successor Yu Shyi-kun at the
Executive Yuan, Taiwan's cabinet, in Taipei February 1, 2002 as
presidential adviser Peng Ming-min (C) looks on. Taiwan's new premier
Yu Shyi-kun and his cabinet assumed office on Friday after a reshuffle
aimed at buoying an economy expected to post its first ever contraction
in 2001. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN CABINET
RTRPFV
January 23, 2002
Taiwan premier-designate Yu Shyi-kun (C) poses with members of his new
cabinet after introducing another...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PREMIER-DESIGNATE YU SHYI-KUN POSES WITH HIS CABINET MEMBERS IN
TAIPEI.
Taiwan premier-designate Yu Shyi-kun (C) poses with members of his new
cabinet after introducing another batch of appointments at a news
conference in Taipei January 23, 2002. Yu, presidential chief of staff,
was appointed by President Chen Shui-bian on Monday, replacing Chang
Chun-hsiung. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN PREMIER
RTRMO7
January 21, 2002
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) riases his hands with outgoing
premier Chang Chun-hsiung (C) and...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN RIASES HANDS WITH CHANG AND YU IN
TAIPEI.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) riases his hands with outgoing
premier Chang Chun-hsiung (C) and newly appointed premier Yu Shyi-kun
(R) after announcing a post-election reshuffle at a news conference in
Taipei January 21, 2002. Yu, 53, is a former vice premier.
REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN PREMIER
RTRMNZ
January 21, 2002
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) walks in front of his new premier
Yu Shyi-kun (R) and the outgoing...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN ATTENDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) walks in front of his new premier
Yu Shyi-kun (R) and the outgoing premier Chang Chun-hsiung during a
news conference in Taipei January 21, 2002. Yu, 53, is a former vice
premier. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN PREMIER
RTRMN7
January 21, 2002
Taiwan's new premier Yu Shyi-kun (R) shakes hands with outgoing premier
Chang Chun-hsiung following...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN NEW PREMIER YU SHYI-KUN SHAKES HANDS WITH OUTGOING PREMIER CHANG
CHUN-HSIUNG IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan's new premier Yu Shyi-kun (R) shakes hands with outgoing premier
Chang Chun-hsiung following an announcement of a post-election
reshuffle at a news conference in Taipei January 21, 2002. Yu, 53, is a
former vice premier. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN POLITICS
RTRJHE
January 18, 2002
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) chats with Vice Premier Lai In-jaw
before a news conference in...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PREMIER CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG SPEAKS WITH VICE PREMIER LAI IN-JAW AT
A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI....
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) chats with Vice Premier Lai In-jaw
before a news conference in Taipei January 18, 2002. Chang, who took
office in October 2000, said his cabinet will resign en masse next
Monday before new parliament takes office in February. REUTERS/Simon
Kwong

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TAIWAN POLITICS
RTRJH7
January 18, 2002
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks at a news conference reviewing
the performance of his cabinet...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PREMIER CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG SPEAKS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks at a news conference reviewing
the performance of his cabinet in Taipei January 18, 2002. Chang, who
took office in October 2000, said his cabinet will resign en masse next
Monday before new parliament takes office in February. REUTERS/Simon
Kwong

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TAIWAN POLITICS
RTRJH2
January 18, 2002
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks at a news conference reviewing
the performance of his cabinet...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PREMIER CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG SPEAKS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung speaks at a news conference reviewing
the performance of his cabinet in Taipei January 18, 2002. Chang, who
took office in October 2000, said his cabinet will resign en masse next
Monday before new parliament takes office in February. REUTERS/Simon
Kwong

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TAIWAN POLITICS CABINET
RTRLES
January 06, 2002
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (R) shakes hands with his presidential
office secretary-general Yu Shyi-kun...
Taipei, Taiwan
YU SHYI-KUN SHAKES HANDS WITH TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN IN
TAIPEI.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (R) shakes hands with his presidential
office secretary-general Yu Shyi-kun (L) as the Premier Chang
Chun-hsiung (C) looks on in Taipei January 6, 2002 during a ceremony.
Taiwan's top three daily papers said on January 20, 2002 president Chen
will appoint Yu, a former farmer and his election campaign manager, as
premier at a news conference on Monday, replacing current head of
government Chang Chun-hsiung. Chen has promised to form a new "fighting
cabinet" to deal with economic problems, which would take office with a
new legislature elected on December 1. Picture take January 6, 2002.
REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN  ELECTIONS
RTRPZUF
December 01, 2001
Frank Hsieh (C), chairman of President Chen Shui-bian's Democratic
Progressive Party, waves with Premier...
Taipei, Taiwan
FRANK HSIEH WAVES WITH CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG TO CELEBRATE IN TAIPEI.
Frank Hsieh (C), chairman of President Chen Shui-bian's Democratic
Progressive Party, waves with Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (L) and party
secretary-general Wu Nai-jen(R) to celebrate the DPP winning 87
parliamentary seats in general elections on December 1, 2001. The DPP
claimed victory, saying it has become parliament's biggest party.
REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN  ELECTIONS
RTRPZU5
December 01, 2001
Frank Hsieh (2nd, R), chairman of President Chen Shui-bian's Democratic
Progressive Party, cuts a cake...
Taipei, Taiwan
FRANK HSIEH CUTS A CAKE WITH CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG TO CELEBRATE IN TAIPEI.
Frank Hsieh (2nd, R), chairman of President Chen Shui-bian's Democratic
Progressive Party, cuts a cake amidst a barrage of streamers with
Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (2nd, L) to celebrate the DPP winning 88
parliamentary seats in general elections on December 1, 2001. The DPP
claimed victory, saying it has become parliament's biggest party. At
left is Chiou I-jen and at right is Wu Nai-jen. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN PROTEST
RTRP89M
November 10, 2001
A Taiwan protester, wearing a mask reading "miserable", stands between
the photographs of President...
Taipei, Taiwan
A TAIWANESE PROTESTS AGAINST THE RISING UNEMPLOYMENT IN TAIPEI.
A Taiwan protester, wearing a mask reading "miserable", stands between
the photographs of President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Premier Chang
Chun-hsiung (R) during a protest march organised by the main opposition
Nationalist Party in Taipei November 10, 2001. Nearly 10,000 people
marched through Taipei to protest against the sagging economy and
rising unemployment. REUTERS/Kenny Wu

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TAIWAN
RTR14TAY
November 06, 2001
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung throws the first pitch during the
opening ceremony of the 34th Baseball...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PREMIER CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG THROWS THE FIRST PITCH OF THE 34TH
BASEBALL WORLD CUP IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung throws the first pitch during the
opening ceremony of the 34th Baseball World Cup at Taipei's Tienmu
Stadium on November 6, 2001. Sixteen national teams will kick off 12
days of competition from November 6 to 18. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

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TAIWAN
RTRHBV5
April 24, 2001
A labour unionist, wearing a mask of Premier Chang Chun-hsiung, brandishes a mock bow and arrow outside...
Taipei, Taiwan
A LABOUR UNIONIST WEARS A MASK OF PREMIER CHANG CHUN-HSIUNG IN TAIPEI DURING A PROTEST IN TAIPEI.
A labour unionist, wearing a mask of Premier Chang Chun-hsiung, brandishes a mock bow and arrow outside the cabinet building in Taipei on April 24, 2001, protesting what he called the goverment's random launching of policies in all directions. The state statistics agency said this week it expects Taiwan's unemployment to rise above 3.90 percent in 2001, setting a record high for a second consecutive year.

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