Lin Chuan

1951 - Today

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Lin Chuan (Chinese: 林全; pinyin: Lín Quán; Wade–Giles: Lin² Chʻüan²; born 13 December 1951) is a Taiwanese economist and politician who served as Premier of the Republic of China (Taiwan) from 2016 to 2017 under President Tsai Ing-wen. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lin Chuan has received more than 98,420 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Lin Chuan is the 13,383rd most popular politician (down from 12,574th in 2019), the 36th most popular biography from Taiwan (down from 18th in 2019) and the 12th most popular Taiwanese Politician.

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Among politicians, Lin Chuan ranks 13,383 out of 15,710Before him are Danuta Hübner, Mikio Aoki, Sighere of Essex, Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, Muiz ud din Qaiqabad, and Pauline Marois. After him are Publius Rupilius, Giulio Tremonti, Paulo Muwanga, Barkat Gourad Hamadou, Hibatullah Akhundzada, and Tim Kaine.

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Among people born in 1951, Lin Chuan ranks 381Before him are Norman I. Platnick, Steve Jackson, Freundel Stuart, Peabo Bryson, Zeenat Aman, and Anton Tkáč. After him are Steve Miner, Nitish Kumar, Bronisław Malinowski, Pamela Bellwood, Bill Moseley, and Nedim Gürsel.

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In Taiwan

Among people born in Taiwan, Lin Chuan ranks 36 out of 77Before him are Ruby Lin (1976), Peter Chen (1947), Chi Cheng (1944), Jensen Huang (1963), Vivian Hsu (1975), and Sally Yeh (1961). After him are Godfrey Gao (1984), Audrey Tang (1981), Collin Chou (1967), Jerry Yan (1977), Chou Tzu-yu (1999), and Aaron Yan (1985).


Among politicians born in Taiwan, Lin Chuan ranks 12Before him are Chen Chien-jen (1951), Wu Den-yih (1948), Han Kuo-yu (1957), Frank Hsieh (1946), Annette Lu (1944), and William Lai (1959). After him are Sean Chen (1949), Eric Chu (1961), and Jiang Yi-huah (1960).