Chiu Yi

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Chiu Yi
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chiu (邱).

Chiu Yi (Chinese: 邱毅; Pinyin: Qiū Yì) is a KMT legislator of the Republic of China (Taiwan). He is known to target members of the competing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) with charges of corruption and embezzlement. The now imprisoned former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian and his family members, Chen Hsing-yu and Chao Chien-ming are the figures he has targeted. In 2008, a supporter of Chen Shui-bian pulled off his hairpiece to humiliate him after Chiu Yi repeatedly denied wearing hairpieces. [1] He is also a member of the board for the CPC Corporation, Taiwan.[2] In 2014, Chiu Yi was consequently ridiculed by many netizens after he claimed on television that the sunflowers in a photograph were given to student activists by the DPP, but misidentified the sunflowers as "bananas". [3]

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