1972 in Taiwan
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Events from the year 1972 in Taiwan, Republic of China. This year is numbered Minguo 61 according to the official Republic of China calendar.
- President – Chiang Kai-shek
- Vice President – Yen Chia-kan
- Premier – Yen Chia-kan, Chiang Ching-kuo
- Vice Premier – Chiang Ching-kuo, Hsu Ching-chung
- 1 January – The establishment of CTS Education and Culture.
- 17 March – The commissioning of Unit 2 of Linkou Power Plant in Taipei County.
- 27 March – The establishment of Van Nung School of Industrial Skills in Zhongli City, Taoyuan County.
- 1 July – The upgrade of Banqiao and Fongshan from urban townships to be county-controlled cities.
- 12 July – The reopening of Yunlin Prison after relocation in Huwei Township, Yunlin County.
- 23 December – 1972 Republic of China National Assembly and legislative election.
- 29 December – The changing of Tourism Council to Tourism Bureau.
- 10 January – Chang Hung-lu, member of Legislative Yuan
- 30 March – Mickey Huang, comedian and television host
- 23 April – Hsu Hsin-ying, founder and Chairperson of Minkuotang (2015–2018)
- 26 June – Yang Cheng-wu, Magistrate of Kinmen County
- 24 July – Chiu Chih-wei, member of Legislative Yuan
- 9 August – A-mei, singer and songwriter
- 24 August – Francesca Kao, actress, singer and television host
- 7 October – Will Liu, singer, composer, songwriter and actor
- 11 December – Brenda Wang, actress and model
- 25 December – Jeannie Hsieh, singer-songwriter, dancer, actress and model
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