|Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China|
Assumed office |
28 December 2015
|ROC Representative to Spain|
|Preceded by||Simon Ko|
|Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China|
James C. F. Huang|
|ROC Ambassador to El Salvador|
|ROC Deputy Representative to Uruguay|
|Nationality||Republic of China|
Fu Jen Catholic University|
Complutense University of Madrid
Hou obtained his bachelor's degree in Spanish language and literature from Fu Jen Catholic University in 1972, and his master's in literature and philology and doctorate in philology from Complutense University of Madrid in Spain in 1975 and 1978, respectively.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Central America visit
São Tomé and Príncipe diplomatic cut
After São Tomé and Príncipe cut diplomatic relation with the ROC on 21 December 2016, Hou said that ROC relation with one of its other diplomatic ally is in yellow caution light, but he declined to comment which country it was.
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