Lee Hsi-ming
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Lee Hsi-ming
Lee Hsi-ming
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26th Chief of the General Staff of the Republic of China Armed Forces

1 May 2017 - 30 June 2019
Chiu Kuo-cheng
Shen Yi-ming
10th Deputy Minister (Policy) of National Defense of the Republic of China

1 June 2016 - 30 April 2017
MinisterFeng Shih-kuan
Chen Yeong-kang
Pu Tze-chun
6th Commander of the Republic of China Navy

30 January 2015 - 31 May 2016
Chen Yeong-kang
Huang Shu-kuang
Personal details
Born1955 (1955) (age 65)
NationalityRepublic of China
Military service
Allegiance Republic of China
Branch/serviceFlag of the Republic of China.svg Republic of China Navy
Years of service1970-2019
RankTaiwan-navy-OF-9b.svg Admiral
Battles/warsThird Taiwan Strait Crisis

Lee Hsi-ming (Chinese: ; pinyin: L? X?míng; Wade-Giles: Li Hsi-ming) is an admiral of the Republic of China (Taiwan), major assignments includes the Chief of General Staff (since 2017),[1] Vice Minister (Policy) of National Defense (from 2016 to 2017), and Commander of the Republic of China Navy (ROCN, from 2015[2][3] to 2016). In June 2019, Lee was awarded the Order of the Cloud and Banner with Special Grand Cordon.[4] He retired on 1 July 2019.[5] Lee graduated from the 1977 class of the ROC Naval Academy and the 1998 class of the U.S. Naval War College.


  1. ^ (2017-04-28). "? ?" (in Chinese). (Military News Agency). Archived from the original on 2017-04-28. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Admiral Kao Kuang-chi succeeds Yen Ming as defense minister". Taiwan News. 2015-01-27. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Navy Takes Lead in Taiwan Military Reshuffle". DefenseNews. 2015-01-31. Retrieved .
  4. ^ Su, Yung-yao; Hsiao, Sherry (27 June 2019). "Chief of general staff given military order after nearly 50 years of service". Taipei Times. Retrieved 2019.
  5. ^ Yu, Matt; Chung, Yu-chen (1 July 2019). "Taiwan's new chief of military staff takes office". Central News Agency. Retrieved 2019.

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