|Chairperson of National Communications Commission of the Republic of China|
1 August 2016 – 3 April 2019
|Preceded by||Howard S.H. Shyr|
|Succeeded by||Chen Yaw-shyang (acting)|
|Born||1968 (age 50–51)|
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Alma mater||National Taiwan University|
University of London
National Chengchi University
Chan Ting-i (Chinese: 詹婷怡; pinyin: Zhān Tíngyí) is a Taiwanese politician. She is also known by the name Nicole Chan. Chan became the chairperson of the National Communications Commission on 1 August 2016. She resigned the position on 3 April 2019.
Early personal life
Chan's father Chan Yi-chang was a member of the Kuomintang and served on the Control Yuan. Chan Tang-i obtained her bachelor's degree in law from National Taiwan University in 1990, master's degree in law from University of London in the United Kingdom in 1990 and master of business administration from National Chengchi University in 2008.
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