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Clement Chang (Chinese: 張建邦; pinyin: Zhāng Jiànbāng; Wade–Giles: Chang Chien-pang; 15 March 1929 – 26 May 2018) was a Taiwanese academic and politician. He was president of Tamkang University from 1964 to 1986, stepping down to serve three years as the chairman of the institution's board of trustees. Chang won his first election to the Taipei City Council in 1969, and served as deputy speaker for three terms until 1981, when he was named speaker. In 1989, Chang was appointed to the Executive Yuan as Minister of Transportation and Communications, and was succeeded by Eugene Chien in 1991. Chang was a founding editor of the Journal of Futures Studies from November 1996 to his death at National Taiwan University Hospital on 26 May 2018, aged 89.

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  • Clement Chang (Chinese: 張建邦; pinyin: Zhāng Jiànbāng; Wade–Giles: Chang Chien-pang; 15 March 1929 – 26 May 2018) was a Taiwanese academic and politician. He was president of Tamkang University from 1964 to 1986, stepping down to serve three years as the chairman of the institution's board of trustees. Chang won his first election to the Taipei City Council in 1969, and served as deputy speaker for three terms until 1981, when he was named speaker. In 1989, Chang was appointed to the Executive Yuan as Minister of Transportation and Communications, and was succeeded by Eugene Chien in 1991. Chang was a founding editor of the Journal of Futures Studies from November 1996 to his death at National Taiwan University Hospital on 26 May 2018, aged 89.
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  • Taihoku Prefecture, Japanese Taiwan
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  • Empire of Japan , Republic of China
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