Morris Chang was only slightly injured in Hawaii fall
By: Matthew Strong, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taipei City Councilor Wang Hsin-i apologized to Taiwan
Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. founder Morris Chang Friday for having written that he had been seriously injured.
Her original statement had come on the eve of the reopening of the Taiwan stock market following the Lunar New Year holiday, and had created fears about the future of the world’s largest contract chip maker and its chairman, 85-year-old Chang.
The businessman traveled back to Taiwan from Hawaii, where he had spent the holidays, to reveal he had only suffered a minor cut above the eye. He was returning to Taiwan, not to receive emergency medical care, as Wang had written, but just to go back to work at TSMC, he said. [FULL STORY]