Tien Chiu-chin

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Tien Chiu-chin
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田秋堇
Tien Chiu-chin (cropped).jpg
Tien in September 2013
Deputy Minister of the Overseas Community Affairs Council of the Republic of China
In office
20 May 2016 June 2018
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