Liao Liou-yi

Liao Liou-yi (Chinese: 廖了以; pinyin: Liào Liǎoyǐ; born 29 October 1947) is a Taiwanese politician. He served as secretary-general of the Presidential Office, interior minister and secretary-general of the Kuomintang.

Liao Liou-yi
Liao Liou-yi and Mitsuo Ohashi, Japan-Taiwan fishery agreement 20130410 (cropped).jpg
President of the Association of East Asian Relations of the Republic of China
Assumed office
10 February 2012
Preceded byPeng Rongci
Secretary-General of Kuomintang
In office
31 January 2011 – 31 January 2012
DeputyHung Hsiu-chu
ChairmanMa Ying-jeou
Preceded byKing Pu-tsung
Succeeded byLin Join-sane
Secretary-General of the ROC Presidential Office
In office
10 September 2009 – 31 January 2011
PresidentMa Ying-jeou
Preceded byChan Chun-po
Succeeded byWu Jin-lin
Minister of the Interior of the Republic of China
In office
20 May 2008 – 10 September 2009
DeputyLin Join-sane
Preceded byLee I-yang
Succeeded byJiang Yi-huah
Magistrate of Taichung County
In office
20 December 1989 – 20 December 1997
Preceded byChen Keng-chin
Succeeded byLiao Yung-lai
Personal details
Born (1947-10-29) October 29, 1947 (age 73)
Taichung, Taiwan
NationalityRepublic of China
Political partyKuomintang
Alma materFeng Chia University

He was a president of Association of East Asian Relations from February 2012 to 2013.[1] He signed a fishing rights accord for waters near Senkaku Islands on behalf of Taiwan in April 2013.[2] He tendered his resignation as head of the Association of East Asian Relations in May 2013.[3]

Personal lifeEdit

He was born to a Japanese mother and a Taiwanese father in 1947. He was graduated from the Department of Statistics of Feng Chia University. He is a father of three daughters.[1][4]


  1. ^ a b "Ma: Liao Liou-yi's appointment will improve ties with Japan". Radio Taiwan International. 2012-02-14. Archived from the original on 2013-07-06. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Taiwan, Japan sign disputed isles fishing accord". Inquirer News. April 10, 2013.
  3. ^ "Liao resigns as Association of East Asian Relations head". China Post. May 6, 2013.
  4. ^ "廖了以 傳備戰台中市長" (in Chinese). 蘋果日報.