H. Y. Chiang was born in 1951, and received
his Masters in Industrial Microbiology and Ph.D. in Biotechnology
from the National Taiwan University in Taiwan.
In 1989, he was involved in a special research project
at Kyoto University, Japan, for one and one-half years.
He is now a senior research fellow of The
Development Center for Biotechnology (DCB)
in Taiwan. The DCB
is an autonomous non-profit research and development organization
for the purpose of promoting and upgrading the biotechnology
industry in Taiwan.
major work has been in Enzymology and Microbiology.
He developed a production process called "Urokinase"
(a kind of protease to treat angina) and received
the national scientific prize in 1981 for his work.
Chiang started his ufological research work in 1976 when
he was a graduate student at Taiwan University. He is
very interested in "Cosmic
Archeology", especially the abnormal phenomena
of ancient nations. Although the Taiwan
UFO Science Association was founded ten years
ago, the government of Taiwan excluded Ufology as one
of the accepted sciences in the field. After ten years
of strenuous persistence by Dr. Chiang, the government
finally recognized Ufology as a science in 1993. He is
presently the chairman of the UFO
Research Association of Taiwan.
Chiang maintains relationships and cooperates with select
UFO research groups in Japan. He took part in the international
symposium Cosmos and UFO
in Haqui, Japan (1990) with Dr.
Popovich (former USSR) and Dr.
Bruce S. Maccabee (U.S.A.).
Chiang also serves as a professor at the Chinese
Culture University and Taipei
Medical College. Starting September 1992,
he has been teaching a Ufology course in the graduate
school of Cosmic Research Institute.
This is the first Ufology course to be conducted in a
university in China or Taiwan, which is indeed very rare
throughout the world.
Chiang is a Consultant in Biotechnology and Foreign Representative
MUFON 1993 International UFO Symposium