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Arizona’s First Taiwanese-American City Councilor Visits the OCAC
Publish Date: 2016/11/04
Update Date: 2016/11/04

Sam Huang, who was born and grew up in Taiwan, was elected as a city councilor in Chandler City, Arizona in the US on August 30, making him the first Taiwanese-American elected official in the state. Accompanied by Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC) Senior Advisor Tony Kao, Huang visited the OCAC on October 28, where he was warmly welcomed by OCAC Minister Wu Hsin-hsing. Wu encouraged Huang to promote the welfare of the overseas community and exchange between Taiwan (ROC) and the US while serving the city, and pledged the OCAC will give its full support.

Wu stated that it is rare for someone born in Taiwan to be elected as a city councilor in the US and he congratulated Huang on behalf of the OCAC. He said that if Councilor Huang requires assistance with regards to implementing public affairs and constituency service in Chandler, furthering the welfare of Asians or the benefit of the overseas community in the future, the OCAC will be glad to help with Taiwan’s resource.
Wu (middle) received Sam Huang (right), who was accompanied by OCAC Senior Advisor Tony Kao (left), on October 28.
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