Top Taiwan Defense Official In Charge Of Missile Production Found Dead In Hotel

A senior Taiwanese official who was in charge of supervising the island nation’s massive ramp up of missile production has been found dead in a hotel room in a southern part of the country.

Ou Yang Li-hsing, deputy head of Taiwan defense ministry’s research and development unit, was found dead Saturday morning, according to state media.

Ou Yang, 57, was on an official trip to the southern county of Pingtung when he died.

Ou Yang was overseeing the military-owned National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology’s work in doubling its production of missiles to 500 per year as the island nation prepares for a possible invasion in the coming years from Communist China.

After news broke of his death, reports said that he had officially died of a heart attack and that he had a history of heart problems.

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