|Member of the Legislative Yuan|
1 February 2008 – 1 February 2016
|Preceded by||Constituency created|
|Succeeded by||Su Chiao-hui|
|Constituency||New Taipei City 5th|
October 16, 1976 |
Taipei County, Taiwan
|Nationality||Republic of China|
Huang Chih-hsiung (simplified Chinese: 黄志雄; traditional Chinese: 黃志雄; pinyin: Húang Zhìxióng; born October 16, 1976 in Taipei County (now New Taipei City), Taiwan) is a Taiwanese athlete. Representing the Republic of China (as Chinese Taipei) in the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the silver medal at the Men's 68 kg Taekwondo event. At the 2000 Summer Olympics he won a bronze medal at the Men's 58 kg Taekwondo event.
Huang was placed third on the Kuomintang's legislators-at-large candidate list for the December 2004 legislative election, just behind Legislative Speaker Wang Jing-pyng and Deputy Legislative Speaker Chiang Pin-kung, and he subsequently won a seat in the sixth Legislative Yuan. He was subsequently re-elected in the January 2008 legislative election, earning a place in the seventh Legislative Yuan.
|1||Wun Bing Yuan (溫炳原)||Green Party Taiwan||507||0.43%|
|2||Chen Cheng Jyun (陳誠鈞)||Independent||154||0.13%|
|3||Wang Wun Siou (王文秀)||Home Party||338||0.29%|
|5||Liao Pen-yen||Democratic Progressive Party||55,444||46.83%|
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