Fu Hsing Kang College

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The Political Warfare Cadres Academy (Chinese: 政治作戰學校), also known as Fu Hsing Kang College (復興崗, "Renaissance Hill"), is a military academy in Beitou District, Taipei, Republic of China.

The College was established on July 15, 1951, modelled after the pre-war Moscow Sun Yat-sen University; it was intended to provide the Republic of China Armed Forces with political commissars loyal to the Kuomintang regime. On September 1, 2006 the College became part of the National Defense University, thereby ceasing to be a stand-alone institution.



  • Department of Political Science (Public Administration Unit, the International Relations Unit)
  • Psychological and social work (mental groups, social work group)
  • Department of Journalism

Notable alumni[edit]

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