Minister of Foreign Affairs (Republic of China)

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David Lin, the incumbent Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China.

This is the List of foreign ministers of the Republic of China, heading ROC Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Name Starting Date Leaving Date Portrait
C. C. Wu (Wu Chaoshu)[1] 1923
1927
1924
1928
Wu Chaoshu.jpg
Huang Fu 1924  ? Huang Fu Colour.jpg
Wang Zhengting[2] June 14, 1928 Wang Zhengting.jpg
Alfred Sze (Shi Zhaoji) 1931 Alfred Sao-ke Sze2.jpg
Eugene Chen (Chen Youren)[3] June 1, 1931 Chen Youren.jpg
Luo Wengan 1932 Luo Wengan.jpg
Wang Jingwei August 18, 1933 Wang Jingwei.jpg
Chang Chun (Zhang Qun) December 16, 1933 Zhang Qun.jpg
Wang Ch'ung-hui (Wang Chonghui) March 6, 1937 Wang Chonghui 01.jpg
Quo Tai-chi (Guo Taiqi) June 30, 1941 Guo Taiqi.jpg
T. V. Soong (Song Ziwen)[4] October 30, 1942 T. V. Soong.jpg
Wang Shih-chieh (Wang Shijie) May 31, 1948 Wang Shijie1.jpg
Wu Tieh-cheng (Wu Tiecheng) December 22, 1948 Wu Tiecheng2.jpg
Fu Bingchang (Appointed only) Fu Bingchang.jpg
Hu Shih (Hu Shi) (Appointed only) Hu Shi.jpg
George Yeh (Yeh Kung-ch'ao) October 1, 1949 July 14, 1958 George K. C. Yeh.jpg
Huang Shao-ku July 14, 1958 May 31, 1960 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Shen Chang-huan May 31, 1960 May 27, 1966 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Wei Tao-ming May 27, 1966 March 31, 1971 Wei Daoming.jpg
Chou Shu-kai March 31, 1971 May 29, 1972 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Shen Chang-huan May 29, 1972 December 16, 1978 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Chiang Yang-shih December 20, 1978 December 19, 1979 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Chu Fu-Sung December 19, 1979 April 22, 1987 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Ting Mao-shih April 22, 1987 July 20, 1988 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Lien Chan July 20, 1988 June 1, 1990 2005KMT NanjingTour LienChan.jpg
Fredrick Chien (Chien Foo) June 1, 1990 June 10, 1996 T2009PressConference 20080225 Fredrick Chien.jpg
John Chang (Chiang Hsiao-yen)[5] June 10, 1996 October 20, 1997 2006KwangHwaComputerMarketRelaunch JohnHYChiang.jpg
Jason Hu (Hu Chih-chiang)[6] October 20, 1997 November 30, 1999 Jason Hu Lecheng at Temple Matsu.jpg
Chen Chien-jen November 30, 1999 May 20, 2000 2006NSC Intel Conference CJChen.jpg
Tien Hung-mao[7] May 20, 2000 February 1, 2002 Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Eugene Chien (Chien You-hsin)[8] February 1, 2002 April 16, 2004 Eugene Chien in Environmental Protection and Rebuild Normal Hiking 2013, District 300-A2 Lions Clubs International 20131013.JPG
Mark Chen (Chen Tang-shan)[9] April 16, 2004 January 25, 2006 Voa chinese Chen Tangshan 01Dec09.jpg
James Huang (Huang Chih-Fang)[10] January 25, 2006 May 19, 2008 Voa chinese James Huang 1sep06.jpg
Francisco Ou (Ou-Hung-lian) May 20, 2008 September 10, 2009 Voa chinese taiwan Ou-Hung-lian-minister-of-MOFA 11june09.jpg
Timothy Yang (Yang Chin-tien) September 10, 2009 September 26, 2012 Voa chinese Yang Chin-tien 15Sept09.jpg
David Lin (Lin Yung-Lo) September 27, 2012 Incumbent David Yung-Lo Lin.jpg

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