Taiwanese sinologist, scholar, and writer, Zeng Shiqiang, Died at 84

  Educator, Writer

Zeng Shiqiang was born on August 28, 1934, in Zhangzhou, Fujian and died on November 11, 2018.

He was a Chinese-born sinologist, scholar, and writer.

Sinology is the study of the language, literature, history, customs, etc., of China.

Shiqiang was best known for studying I Ching, the oldest of the Chinese classics. Zeng is acclaimed as having been the “Father of the Chinese Style of Management”.

Shiqiang served as president of Hsing Kuo University of Management (HKU) and professor at National Chiao Tung University (NCTU).

After the defeat of the Nationalists by the Communists in Chinese Civil War in 1949, his family moved to Tainan County, Taiwan.

After high school, Zeng was accepted to the National Taiwan Normal University, where he majored in the Department of Industrial Education.

After graduation, he taught at there.

Shiqiang received his doctor’s degree and master’s degree from the University of Leicester and the Truman State University, respectively.

Zeng Shiqiang died at Tri-Service General Hospital in Taipei on November 11, 2018.

He passed away at 84 years old.

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