Last Updated Time:2013/12/10
General Lee, Shying-Jow
The R.O.C. Chief of the Army
(August 2011- Present)
General Lee was born in 1952. He
entered the Army Preparatory School right after his completion of junior high school, and later graduated from the Republic of China Military Academy in 1974 as an Artillery Officer. General Lee’s military educations include
Artillery Officer Advanced Course, Army Command and General Staff College, War College, and Military Strategy and Studies School with honors. He also acquired a master degree from the National Chung Hsing University, and is specialized
in the regional security and cooperation which indeed beneficial to the sustainable development of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Lee’s major assignments include the Commander of Army Air Defense Missile Command, Assistant Aide to the President, Executive Deputy Chief for J2, Director General of Communication Development Office, Commander of Penghu Defense
Command, Commander of Army Education, Training, and Doctrines Development Command, Vice President of National Defense University, and Commanding General of the Military Police Command. During his years of service, he focused on the value
of royalty, and paid close attentions to training and readiness. General Lee is sincere and open to criticism, and time has proven that his achievements are prominent.
On May 16, 2011, General Lee was promoted as General and appointed as the Vice Chief of the General Staff;
later he was appointed with great responsibilities as the Chief of the Army on August 16, 2011.