Found dead in his hotel room was a Taiwanese defense research expert in charge of missile production.


An expert in Taiwan’s defense research in charge of manufacturing missiles was discovered dead in his hotel room.

According to the official Central News Agency, the deputy head of the Taiwan defense ministry’s research and development unit passed away on Saturday morning after suffering a heart attack and was discovered dead in a hotel room.

CNA reported that Ou Yang Li-hsing, the deputy director of the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology, which is owned by the military, had passed away in a hotel room in southern Taiwan.

According to authorities, Ou Yang, 57, passed away from a heart attack, and the hotel room did not exhibit any signs of an “intrusion,” according to CNA.

According to the report, his family claimed he had a cardiac stent and a history of heart disease.

According to CNA, Ou Yang was visiting the southern county of Pingtung for business. He was appointed to the position at the beginning of the year to oversee various missile production projects.

As the island increases its combat power in response to what it perceives as China’s growing military threat, the military-owned organization is working to more than double its yearly missile production capacity to close to 500 this year.


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