Order of Chiang Chung-Cheng 中正勳章
Order of Chiang Chung-Cheng cordon, badge, star, medal and lapel pin
TypeSingle-grade Grand Cordon
DescriptionThe characters "Chung-cheng", the Chinese name of the late President Chiang Kai-shek, are inscribed on the main medal, while the accompanying medal has a picture of the ROC Constitution.
Country Republic of China
Presented by

President of the Republic of China (Taiwan)
EligibilityCivilian who had outstanding contributions to the Three Principles of the People, Anti-communism, Revival of Chinese Culture and constitutional democracy.
StatusActive
Established11 January 1980
First awardedGu Zhutong
Last awardedWu Den-yih
Total12
Ribband of the order
Precedence
Next (higher)Order of Dr. Sun Yat-sen
Next (lower)Order of Propitious Clouds

The Order of Chiang Chung-Cheng is a civilian order of the Republic of China. The Chinese characters for "Chung-cheng", the Chinese name of President Chiang Kai-shek, are inscribed on the main medal, while the accompanying medal has a picture of the Republic of China Constitution. The order was instituted in 1980 and has no ranks.[1]

Recipients

Date Awarded Recipient Service Awarded For
1981 Gu Zhutong Strategy Advisor to the President
1982 Chang Dai-chien Prodigious Chinese Artists
1987 Zhang Qun Senior Advisor to the President
2000 Lien Chan Vice President of the Republic of China
2005 Fredrick Chien President of the Control Yuan
2007 Weng Yueh-sheng President of the Judicial Yuan
2008 Chang Chun-hsiung Premier of the Republic of China
2008 Wang Jin-pyng President of the Legislative Yuan
2009 Liu Chao-shiuan Premier of the Republic of China
2010 Lai In-jaw President of the Judicial Yuan
2012 Vincent Siew Vice President of the Republic of China
2016 Wu Den-yih Vice President of the Republic of China


References

  1. ^ "Civilian orders". english.president.gov.tw. Archived from the original on April 15, 2017. Retrieved April 28, 2013.