Who killed the chief of the Taiwan office in Osaka who killed himself?

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 Who killed the chief of the Taiwan office in Osaka who killed himself?


According to Taiwans Zhongshi Electronic Daily on September 14, regarding Xie Changtings performance in disaster relief, according to Taiwans Lianhe Daily, an unnamed DPP personage thought it was a system problem, not a problem of Xie Changting. The green camp official preferred to point out that unless the office director was replaced by a government appointment, the foreign representative had the right to assess the performance of the staff, otherwise everyone would be behind the scenes, and he named Su Kaicheng the most problematic.

Reported that Su Qicheng, 61 years old, in July this year from the Taiwan Office in Naha to Taiwan Office in Osaka director, less than three months in office. It is reported that on the 14th Su Qicheng, who was supposed to work, did not go to the office to work, the secretary went to the residence to check, did not expect to find Su Qicheng hanging himself, and has no signs of life. According to Taiwans Zhongshi Electronic Newspaper on September 14, Typhoon Flying Swallow caused traffic chaos in Kansai, Japan, trapping hundreds of Taiwanese people, and thus angered the Taiwan office in Osaka. Taiwans Foreign Affairs Department confirmed earlier that Su Kaicheng, director of the Taiwan Office in Osaka, committed suicide at his Osaka home on the 14th. The Foreign Affairs Department of Taiwan expressed the deepest sorrow and regret for this unfortunate incident. Source: Reference News Editor: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

Reported that Su Qicheng, 61 years old, in July this year from the Taiwan Office in Naha to Taiwan Office in Osaka director, less than three months in office. It is reported that on the 14th Su Qicheng, who was supposed to work, did not go to the office to work, the secretary went to the residence to check, did not expect to find Su Qicheng hanging himself, and has no signs of life.

According to Taiwans Zhongshi Electronic Newspaper on September 14, Typhoon Flying Swallow caused traffic chaos in Kansai, Japan, trapping hundreds of Taiwanese people, and thus angered the Taiwan office in Osaka. Taiwans Foreign Affairs Department confirmed earlier that Su Kaicheng, director of the Taiwan Office in Osaka, committed suicide at his Osaka home on the 14th. The Foreign Affairs Department of Taiwan expressed the deepest sorrow and regret for this unfortunate incident.