Mr. Chiang is born in Taichung, Taiwan, an industrial city in central Taiwan known for its museums, markets and the ornate brick Taichung Station.
Mr. Chiang earns a Bachelor of Laws from National Taiwan University.
Mr. Chiang is admitted to practice law through the Taiwan Bar Association and becomes an associate at Yen & Lai Law Office in Taipei, Taiwan.
Mr. Chiang immigrates to the United States.
Mr. Chiang receives a Master of Laws from Northwestern University.
Mr. Chiang earns a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Chicago and becomes the editor of The Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Company and a research associate at Harvard Law School.
Mr. Chiang joins the University of Georgia School of Law as an assistant professor.
Mr. Chiang marries Quay-yin Lin.
Mr. Chiang becomes an associate professor at the Fordham University School of Law.
Mr. Chiang is admitted to practice law in the state of New York.
Mr. Chiang earns the title of full professor at Fordham University School of Law.
Mr. Chiang is elected president of the Taiwan Merchants Association of New York.
Mr. Chiang becomes vice-chairman and a legal consultant at Asia Bank, N.A.
Mr. Chiang is elected president of the New York chapter of FAPA.
Mr. Chiang becomes a leader, moderator, and organizer with the People to People International Ambassador Program.
Mr. Chiang receives the 20th Century Achievement Award from the International Biographical Centre.
Mr. Chiang serves as president of NATPA.
Mr. Chiang is elected president of the Law Faculty Union at Fordham University.
Mr. Chiang serves as a visiting professor at Chuo University in Tokyo, Japan.
Mr. Chiang authors “The One-China Policy: State, Sovereignty, and Taiwan’s International Legal Status.”