|Chairwoman of the Straits Exchange Foundation|
27 March 2018 – 5 June 2020
|Preceded by||Tien Hung-mao|
|Succeeded by||David Lee|
|Minister of the Mainland Affairs Council of the Republic of China|
20 May 2016 – 26 February 2018
|Deputy||Chang Tien-chin, Chiu Chui-cheng, Lin Cheng-yi|
|Preceded by||Andrew Hsia|
|Succeeded by||Lin Cheng-yi (acting)|
|Director of the Coordination Council for North American Affairs|
1 January 2016 – 20 May 2016
|Preceded by||David Lee|
|Succeeded by||Tao Yi-fen|
|ROC Representative to Australia|
December 2011 – 31 December 2014
|Succeeded by||David Lee|
|ROC Representative to the United Kingdom|
December 2007 – December 2011
|Preceded by||Edgar Lin|
|Succeeded by||Shen Lyu-shun|
|Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China|
April 2006 – December 2007
|Minister||James C. F. Huang|
|ROC Representative to the Netherlands|
February 2003 – April 2006
|Succeeded by||Larry Wang|
|ROC Ambassador to Saint Kitts and Nevis|
December 1997 – March 2001
|Born||12 February 1953|
|Nationality||Republic of China|
|Alma mater||National Chengchi University|
Long Island University
Chang obtained her bachelor's degree from the Department of Diplomacy of National Chengchi University. She the obtained her master's degree in international relations from Long Island University in the United States.
Chang began her diplomatic career in 1976. In January 1995, she was named leader of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Seattle, and became the first woman to serve as a representative of Taiwan. In 1997, Chang was appointed Taiwan's first woman ambassador when she accepted a post to St Kitts and Nevis and Dominica. Upon succeeding Henry Chen as director-general of the Department of Information and Cultural Affairs, Chang became the Ministry of Foreign Affairs first spokeswoman. She was the ROC representative to the United Kingdom from 2007 to 2011 and to Australia from 2011 to 2014. The next year, she was appointed to lead the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States. In 2016, Chang was named the minister of the Mainland Affairs Council. She left the Mainland Affairs Council in February 2018, and succeeded Tien Hung-mao as leader of the Straits Exchange Foundation that March. Chang was replaced at the SEF by David Lee on 5 June 2020.
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- Yeh, Joseph (6 January 2015). "Ex-envoy to Australia takes up post as North American liaison". China Post. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
- Yeh, Sophia; Wu, Lilian (15 April 2016). "Premier-designate names main Cabinet members". Central News Agency. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
- Hsu, Stacy (28 March 2018). "Former MAC head Chang takes the helm at the SEF". Retrieved 28 March 2018.
- "New SEF head says two sides of Strait can work toward public's best interest". Taipei Times. 7 June 2020. Retrieved 7 June 2020.
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