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29 August 1913
Dongyang, Zhejiang, Republican China
|Died||11 March 1996
|Alma mater||Zhejiang Dongyang High School|
|Occupation||Founder and leading publisher of the United Daily News, Kuomintang politician and humanitarian|
Wang Tiwu (Chinese: 王惕吾, August 29, 1913 - March 11, 1996, born in Dongyang, Zhejiang, China) is the founder of the United Daily News and was a member of the Chinese Kuomintang Central Standing Committee.
Wang's family are from Zhejiang. In 1947, Wang was a colonel in the army of Chiang Kai-shek, traveled to Taiwan, and founded the newspaper United Daily News. His daughter, Shaw-Lan Wang, currently owns and runs United Daily News.
- Pilling, David (February 17, 2012). "Lunch with the FT: Shaw-Lan Wang". Financial Times. Retrieved 10 July 2013.
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