Liu Cheng-hung

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Liu Cheng-hung
Magistrate Liu Cheng-hung 苗栗縣長劉政鴻 (201301260731494557324653 苗栗縣後指部102年後備軍人晉任暨幹部表揚典禮).jpg
Magistrate of Miaoli County
In office
20 December 2005 – 25 December 2014
Preceded by Fu Hsueh-peng
Succeeded by Hsu Yao-chang
Personal details
Born (1947-11-12) 12 November 1947 (age 70)
Houlong, Miaoli County, Taiwan
Nationality Republic of China
Political party Kuomintang
Alma mater Chinese Culture University

Liu Cheng-hung (Chinese: 劉政鴻; pinyin: Liú Zhènghóng) is a Taiwanese politician. He was the Magistrate of Miaoli County from 20 December 2005 until 25 December 2014.[1]

Miaoli County Magistrate[edit]

Miaoli County Magistrate election[edit]

Liu was elected Magistrate of Miaoli County on 3 December 2005 and took office on 20 December. He won a second term in the 2009 Miaoli County magistrate election.


Shoe throwing incident[edit]

On 18 September 2013, a shoe was thrown at him by student Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) when Liu attempted to offer his condolences during the memorial service to the family of a man named Chang Sen-wen (張森文), who was found dead in a water channel under a bridge at Dapu, Zhunan. Supporters and relatives of Chang held Liu responsible for the his death because his pharmacy was one of several structures destroyed by the county government on 17 July 2013 to make way for the construction of a new campus at the Hsinchu Science Park.[2] On 25 June 2015, the Taichung branch of Taiwan High Court ruled Chen guilty in the shoe-throwing incident but exempted him from any punishment.[3]


The Control Yuan impeached Liu in August 2016 after an investigation found that Miaoli County accrued a debt of NT$67.6 billion under his leadership.[4][5]


  1. ^ "Executive — Miaoli County Government". 2009-10-04. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
  2. ^ "Miaoli magistrate confronted over Dapu man's death". The China Post. 2013-09-19. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
  3. ^ Pan, Jason (26 June 2015). "Sunflower who threw his shoe avoids sanction". Taipei Times. Retrieved 8 October 2016. 
  4. ^ Lin, Liang-sheng; Chang, Teng-hsun; Hsu, Chan-yi; Chung, Jake (8 October 2016). "Control Yuan impeaches former Miaoli official". Taipei Times. Retrieved 8 October 2016. 
  5. ^ Wilson, Aaron Wytze (12 October 2015). "Miaoli: The county that debt built". Taipei Times. Retrieved 11 May 2017.