The China Post
Date: December 4, 2015
By: Enru Lin
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Chou Te-yu (周德宇), a professor of finance and president of Taipei 101, is set to take over the leadership of the landmark tower.
Chou has been appointed to succeed Taipei 101 Chairwoman Christina Sung (宋文琪), whose term expires on Sunday, Deputy Finance Minister Wu Tang-chieh (吳當傑) said yesterday.
At 48 years old, the inbound chairman will be the youngest in the history of Taipei 101 (Taipei Financial Center Corp., 台北金融大樓公司).
He was chosen by the Ministry of Finance (財政部) — the majority stakeholder in the skyscraper — and approved by the Executive Yuan yesterday. [FULL STORY]