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This is a list of notable Taiwanese Americans, including both original immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.

To be included in this list, the person must have a Wikipedia article showing they are Taiwanese American or must have references showing they are Taiwanese American and are notable.

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  1. ^ "Fred Chang."
  2. ^ "Albert Chao."
  3. ^ "Ashley Chen."
  4. ^ "Eden Chen."
  5. ^ "Ellen Chen."
  6. ^ "James Chen."
  7. ^ "Jonathan Chen."
  8. ^ "Lee Chen."
  9. ^ "Robert I. Chen."
  10. ^ "Walter Chen."
  11. ^ "Marc Chenn."
  12. ^ "Andrew Cherng."
  13. ^ "Tom Chi."
  14. ^ "Yet-Ming Chiang."
  15. ^ "Kevin Chou."
  16. ^ "Randy Chou."
  17. ^ "Randy Chou."
  18. ^ "Yu-kai Chou."
  19. ^ "James Chu."
  20. ^ "Gee-Hwan Chuang."
  21. ^ "John Chuang."
  22. ^ "Anthony Hsieh."
  23. ^ "Ching-I Hsu."
  24. ^ "Jukay Hsu."
  25. ^ "Larry Hsu."
  26. ^ "William Hsu."
  27. ^ "Jerry Jao."
  28. ^ "Kathy Kuo."
  29. ^ "Gene Lay."
  30. ^ "Yuchun Lee."
  31. ^ "Charles Liang."
  32. ^ "James Liao."
  33. ^ "Annie Liao Jones."
  34. ^ "Andy Lim."
  35. ^ "Jimmy Lin."
  36. ^ "Kevin Lin."
  37. ^ [1]
  38. ^ "Brian Liu."
  39. ^ "Nathaniel Ru."
  40. ^ "Daniel Seah."
  41. ^ "Harrison Tang."
  42. ^ "Victoria Tsai."
  43. ^ "Tien Tzuo."
  44. ^ "Stanley Wang."
  45. ^ "Steve Wang."
  46. ^ "David Wu"
  47. ^ "Laura Behrens Wu."
  48. ^ "Eric Wu."
  49. ^ "Tsung-Ching Wu."
  50. ^ "Frank Yang."
  51. ^ "Jackson Yang."
  52. ^ "Jerry Yang". Forbes. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
  53. ^ "Stanley Yang."
  54. ^ "Jim Yu."
  55. ^ "Jack Yuan."
  56. ^ "Ted Fu." http://taiwaneseamerican.org/census2010/photo.php
  57. ^ "Sam Huang".
  58. ^ "Frank Hwang".
  59. ^ "Vincent Lin".
  60. ^ David Shih's channel on YouTube
  61. ^ "Angela Chen."
  62. ^ "Pauline Chiou."
  63. ^ Rothman, Joshua (5 January 2017). "Ted Chiang's Soulful Science Fiction". The New Yorker. Retrieved 7 January 2017.
  64. ^ Shawna Yang Ryan
  65. ^ Julie Wu
  66. ^ "Jason Chen".
  67. ^ "Steven Chen."
  68. ^ "Jack Hsu."
  69. ^ "Daniel Jang."
  70. ^ "Steven Lin."
  71. ^ "Cynthia Yeh."
  72. ^ "Link to Book". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2019-04-14.
  73. ^ ((cite web |url=https://fremont.gov/702/Teresa-Keng-Councilmember-District-1))
  74. ^ http://chinatowncenter.com/2011/carol-chen/
  75. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-03-06. Retrieved 2012-03-21.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  76. ^ "Peggy Kuo."
  77. ^ http://www.marysuforwalnut.com/default.asp?sub=BIOGRAPHY
  78. ^ http://michelleforboston.com/
  79. ^ https://www.nationalmedals.org/laureates/chenming-hu
  80. ^ "Chang-Lin Tien 1925-2002: a chancellor's extraordinary legacy." UC Berkeley 2003 "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2005-05-13. Retrieved 2005-06-17.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  81. ^ "Ariel Hsing."
  82. ^ Cindy Chiang on YouTube