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|Minister of the National Science Council|
6 February 2011 – 2 March 2014
|Deputy||Hong Ho-cheng, Mou Chung-yuan, Henry Sun
Lin Yi-bing, Mou Chung-yuan, Henry Sun
|Preceded by||Lee Lou-chuang|
|Succeeded by||Chang San-cheng as Minister of Science and Technology|
29 October 1955 |
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Alma mater||National Taiwan University
University of Michigan
Cyrus Chu (Chinese: 朱敬一; pinyin: Zhū Jìngyī) is a Taiwanese politician. He was the Minister of the National Science Council of the Executive Yuan in 2012–2014 until the council renamed the Ministry of Science and Technology.
National Science Council Ministry
Chu took office in February 2011.
Taiwan brain drain crisis
During an August 2012 conference, Chu commented on the growing brain drain in Taiwan, stating that more and more Taiwanese move to Mainland China due to better job offers and benefits. He added that due to the conservative nature of Taiwanese society, most foreign workers in Taiwan are blue-collar workers, and the remaining white-collar workers typically teach English, and are not leaders of big companies.
ROC Representative to the World Trade Organization
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