Vice President

Duncan Ei-Eu Chang

Duncan Chang is the founding President of TATT. During his presidency in TATT, Taiwan has become OISTAT member since 1997 and has started to participate in PQ since 2003.
Under Duncan’s leadership, TATT has actively involved in OISTAT activities. TATT has hosted OISTAT Education Commission and Executive Committee meetings in 2002, Architecture Commission and Governing Board meetings in 2004, and many more meetings afterwards.
Duncan Chang is also one of the Preparatory Committee who assisted OISTAT to transfer its headquarters from Amsterdam to Taipei, Taiwan.
Education: St. John’s Institute of Technology; Mechanical Engineering

Professional Organization:       
-- Founding President of TATT (Taiwan Association of Theatre Technology) 1998-2004
-- Member of the International Advisory Committee of the 7th International Symposium on Optical Storage 2005 
-- Director of Radio Frequency Developing Committee, R.O.C. 1991-1998
-- Member of the International Selection Jury for the inaugural World Stage Design 2005
Professional & Investment :
-- Executive director of the Linfair Engineering and the President of the Group since 1986. Responsible for formulating the overall business strategy and direction of business development and overseeing the entire operations. 
Linfair Engineering is a service & system integration provider in the broadcasting, performing arts, entertainment, optoelectronics and air traffic control industry established 1958 in Taiwan with branch and subsidiaries at Kaohsiung, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Guan Zhou, Macau, Kuala Lumpur & Kobe. (
-- Full Shine Film Laser Subtitle Co. Ltd. Founded with 2 partners at 1999 in Taiwan. Business including: film laser subtitling, documentary Film Production and service for film subtitle.
-- Gold FM Network, an FM radio network in Taiwan
-- Taipei Philharmonic Radio, a classic music FM station
-- Lynxtech Precision Technology Co. Ltd., a manufacture of factory automation, process production equipments and LED display system. (
Publication :
-- Ticket Box, a magazine about motion picture 1986-1988
-- Behind the Scene, a magazine about technology of performing arts and broadcasting; 1982-199