Huang Chih-hsiung

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Huang Chih-hsiung (born 16 October 1976 in Taipei County (now New Taipei City), Taiwan) is a Taiwanese athlete.wikipedia
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Taekwondo at the 2000 Summer Olympics

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At the 2000 Summer Olympics he won a bronze medal at the Men's 58 kg Taekwondo event.

Taekwondo at the 2004 Summer Olympics

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Representing the Republic of China (as Chinese Taipei) in the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the silver medal at the Men's 68 kg Taekwondo event.
Hadi Saei, Huang Chih-hsiung and Pascal Gentil also won medal for the second time.

2004 Taiwan legislative election

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Huang was placed third on the Kuomintang's legislators-at-large candidate list for the December 2004 legislative election, just behind Legislative Speaker Wang Jing-pyng and Deputy Legislative Speaker Chiang Pin-kung, and he subsequently won a seat in the sixth Legislative Yuan.
Legislator-at-large candidates, selected to project a favorable image of their respective political parties, are usually veteran politicians with large bases of support, as in the case of former Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (who was expected to be elected Legislative Yuan President had Pan-Green won a majority) and incumbent Legislative Yuan President Wang Jin-pyng or non-political individuals of national prominence or expertise, such as 28-year-old Olympic medalist Huang Chih-hsiung.

Su Chiao-hui

She defeated Kuomintang incumbent Huang Chih-hsiung, who had held the seat for three terms.

Liao Pen-yen

Though he was reported to be leading the race six days before polls opened, Liao lost to Huang Chih-hsiung by 5.49% of votes.

Taekwondo at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's 68 kg

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Iran's Hadi Saei secured a tight 4–3 victory over Chinese Taipei's Huang Chih-hsiung to pick up the Olympic gold medal in the event, adding it to his bronze from Sydney four years earlier.

New Taipei City

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Huang Chih-hsiung (born 16 October 1976 in Taipei County (now New Taipei City), Taiwan) is a Taiwanese athlete.

Taiwanese people

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Huang Chih-hsiung (born 16 October 1976 in Taipei County (now New Taipei City), Taiwan) is a Taiwanese athlete.

Taiwan

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Representing the Republic of China (as Chinese Taipei) in the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the silver medal at the Men's 68 kg Taekwondo event. Huang Chih-hsiung (born 16 October 1976 in Taipei County (now New Taipei City), Taiwan) is a Taiwanese athlete.

Chinese Taipei

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Representing the Republic of China (as Chinese Taipei) in the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the silver medal at the Men's 68 kg Taekwondo event.

2004 Summer Olympics

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Representing the Republic of China (as Chinese Taipei) in the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the silver medal at the Men's 68 kg Taekwondo event.

Silver medal

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Representing the Republic of China (as Chinese Taipei) in the 2004 Summer Olympics, he won the silver medal at the Men's 68 kg Taekwondo event.

2000 Summer Olympics

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At the 2000 Summer Olympics he won a bronze medal at the Men's 58 kg Taekwondo event.

Bronze medal

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At the 2000 Summer Olympics he won a bronze medal at the Men's 58 kg Taekwondo event.

Kuomintang

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Huang was placed third on the Kuomintang's legislators-at-large candidate list for the December 2004 legislative election, just behind Legislative Speaker Wang Jing-pyng and Deputy Legislative Speaker Chiang Pin-kung, and he subsequently won a seat in the sixth Legislative Yuan.

Wang Jin-pyng

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Huang was placed third on the Kuomintang's legislators-at-large candidate list for the December 2004 legislative election, just behind Legislative Speaker Wang Jing-pyng and Deputy Legislative Speaker Chiang Pin-kung, and he subsequently won a seat in the sixth Legislative Yuan.

Chiang Pin-kung

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Huang was placed third on the Kuomintang's legislators-at-large candidate list for the December 2004 legislative election, just behind Legislative Speaker Wang Jing-pyng and Deputy Legislative Speaker Chiang Pin-kung, and he subsequently won a seat in the sixth Legislative Yuan.

Legislative Yuan

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Huang was placed third on the Kuomintang's legislators-at-large candidate list for the December 2004 legislative election, just behind Legislative Speaker Wang Jing-pyng and Deputy Legislative Speaker Chiang Pin-kung, and he subsequently won a seat in the sixth Legislative Yuan.

2008 Taiwan legislative election

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He was subsequently re-elected in the January 2008 legislative election, earning a place in the seventh Legislative Yuan.