Mayor of Taoyuan
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Mayor of Taoyuan
Mayor of the City of Taoyuan
Flag of Taoyuan City.svg
Flag of Taoyuan
Cheng Wen-tsan at DPP press conference 2009-07.jpg
Incumbent
Cheng Wen-tsan

since 25 December 2014
Term lengthfour years; may serve 1 consecutive terms
Websitewww.tycg.gov.tw

The Mayor of Taoyuan is the chief executive of the Taoyuan City Government. Taoyuan City is a special municipality of the Republic of China (Taiwan). It was formerly knows as the magistrate of Taoyuan before 25 December 2014 when Taoyuan was still a county. This list includes directly elected magistrates of the county while it was a county.

Titles of the Mayor

Date English Characters Mandarin Taiwanese Hakka
Oct 1950-Dec 2014 Magistrate of Taoyuan Táoyuán Xiàn Xiànzh?ng Thô-hn?g-ko?n Ko?n-tiú? Thò-yèn-yen Yen-chhòng
Dec 2014-present Mayor of Taoyuan Táoyuán Shì Shìzh?ng Thô-hn?g-chh? Chh?-tiú? Thò-yèn-s? S?-chhòng

List of Mayors

Magistrates of Taoyuan County

  Kuomintang   Independent   Democratic Progressive Party

No Portrait Name
(Birth-Death)
Term of Office Political Party Term
1 Hsu Chung-teh

Xú Chóngdé (Mandarin)
Chhì Chhùng-tet (Hakka)
(1900-1985)
1 May 1951 2 June 1954 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 1
2 June 1954 2 June 1957 2
2 Chang Fang-hsieh

Zh?ng F?ngxiè (Mandarin)
Chông Fông-siet (Hakka)
(1914-1994)
2 June 1957 2 June 1960 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 3
3 Wu Hung-ling

Wú Hónglín (Mandarin)
?g Fùng-lîn (Hakka)
(1899-1995)
2 June 1960 2 June 1964[a] Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 4
4 Chen Chang-shou

Chén Chángshòu (Mandarin)
Chhn Chhòng-su (Hakka)
(1905-1977)
2 June 1964 2 June 1968 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 5
5 Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Hsu Hsin-chih

X? X?nzh? (Mandarin)
Hí Sîn-kî (Hakka)
(1928-)
2 June 1968 2 June 1972[b] Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 6
- Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Lee Shu-yu[c]

L? Shùyóu (Mandarin)
Lí Su-yù (Hakka)
(1916-2003)
2 June 1972 1 February 1973[d] Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang
6 Wuboxiong.png Wu Po-hsiung[e]

Wú Bóxióng (Mandarin)
?g Pak-hiùng (Hakka)
(1939-)
1 February 1973 20 December 1976[f] Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 7
- Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Weng Chien[c]

W?ng Qián (Mandarin)
Vûng Khiàm (Hakka)
(1917-1997)
20 December 1976 20 December 1977 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang
7 0518 190518 0008.jpg Hsu Hsin-liang

X? Xìnliáng (Mandarin)
Hí Sin-liòng (Hakka)
(1941-)
20 December 1977 1 July 1979[g] Independent candidate icon (TW).svg Independent 8
- Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Yeh Kuo-kuang[c]

Yè Guógu?ng (Mandarin)
Ya?p Koet-kông (Hakka)
(1923-)
1 July 1979 20 December 1981 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang
8 Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Hsu Hung-chih

Xú Hóngzhì (Mandarin)
Chhì Fùng-ch? (Hakka)
(1937-2018)
20 December 1981 20 December 1985 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 9
20 December 1985 20 December 1989 10
9 Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Liu Pang-yu

Liú B?ngy?u (Mandarin)
Liù Pâng-yû (Hakka)
(1942-1996)
20 December 1989 20 December 1993 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 11
20 December 1993 21 November 1996[h] 12
- Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Liao Pen-yang[c]

Liào B?nyáng (Mandarin)
Liau Pún-yòng (Hakka)
(?-)
21 November 1996 28 March 1997 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang
10 2007TaipeiInternationalFlowerExhibition AnnetteLu.jpg Annette Lu[i]

L? Xiùlián (Mandarin)
Lî Siu-lièn (Hakka)
(1944-)
28 March 1997 20 December 1997 Democratic Progressive Party
20 December 1997 20 May 2000[j] 13
- Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Hsu Ying-shen[k][l]

X? Yìngsh?n (Mandarin)
Hí En-chhm (Hakka)
(1948-)
20 May 2000 20 December 2001 Democratic Progressive Party
11 LiLuan Chu.png Eric Chu

Zh? Lìlún (Mandarin)
Chû Li?p-lùn (Hakka)
(1961-)
20 December 2001 20 December 2005 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 14
20 December 2005 10 September 2009[m] 15
- Emblem of Taoyuan City.svg Huang Min-kon[n]

Huáng M?ng?ng (Mandarin)
Vòng Men-kiûng (Hakka)
(1947-)
10 September 2009 20 December 2009 Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang
12 ? (cropped).JPG John Wu[o]

Wú Zhìyáng (Mandarin)
?g Ch?-yòng (Hakka)
(1969-)
20 December 2009 25 December 2014[p] Emblem of the Kuomintang.svg Kuomintang 16

Mayors of Taoyuan City (special municipality)

No Portrait Name
(Birth-Death)
Term of Office Political Party Term
1 Cheng Wen-tsan at DPP press conference 2009-07.jpg Cheng Wen-tsan

Zhèng Wéncàn (Mandarin)
Chhiáng Vùn-chhan (Hakka)
(1967-)
25 December 2014 25 December 2018 Democratic Progressive Party 1
25 December 2018 Incumbent 2

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Term extended to 4 years.
  2. ^ Left office to serve as Taiwan Province Civil Affairs Department Commissioner.
  3. ^ a b c d As acting; provincial council member.
  4. ^ Term extended to accommodate joint elections.
  5. ^ Son of Wu Hung-ling.
  6. ^ Left office to head the Taiwan Tobacco and Wine Monopoly Bureau.
  7. ^ Removed from office.
  8. ^ Assassinated.
  9. ^ Elected in by-election. First woman and DPP Magistrate of Taoyuan.
  10. ^ Resigned before inauguration as vice president of the Republic of China.
  11. ^ Nephew of Hsu Hsin-liang.
  12. ^ Designated by Executive Yuan as acting.
  13. ^ Resigned to become the vice premier of the Republic of China.
  14. ^ As acting; deputy magistrate.
  15. ^ Son of Wu Po-hsiung.
  16. ^ Last Magistrate of Taoyuan. Lost in the first mayor election.

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