|Member of the Legislative Yuan|
1 February 1993 – 31 January 2002
|Constituency||Republic of China|
|Secretary-General of the Democratic Progressive Party|
28 November 1986 – 28 November 1988
|Preceded by||Position established|
|Succeeded by||Chang Chun-hung|
|Born||5 March 1936|
Tainan Prefecture, Taiwan, Empire of Japan
|Died||9 February 2019(aged 82)|
|Political party||Democratic Progressive Party (since 1986)|
|Alma mater||National Chengchi University|
Education and early careerEdit
Huang earned a Ph.D from National Chengchi University after completing a bachelor's degree from National Taiwan University. He later taught at NCCU, Soochow University and National Chung Hsing University. Huang wrote for the Independence Evening Post and published CommonWealth Magazine.
Huang was a member of the Democratic Progressive Party's New Tide faction, and was the party's first secretary general between 1986 and 1988. He was elected to three terms on the Legislative Yuan via party list proportional representation from 1993 to 2002. Upon stepping down from the legislature, Huang was named the president of a Pan-Green Internet radio station hosted at TaiwaneseVoice.net.
Huang died of heart failure on 9 February 2019, aged 82.
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