NCSIST Vice President Ouyang Lixing Leading Missile Production Died of A Sudden Illness

On August 6th, Ouyang Lixing, vice president of Taiwan’s National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST), died of a sudden heart attack in a hotel room after inspecting the Jiupeng Base.

According to media reports, Ouyang Lixing was in a meeting at the National Security Council on August 5th evening until 19:00, then went south to Pingtung to inspect the Jiupeng military Base. That day, he stayed overnight at a homestay hotel in Hengchun, Pingtung County. At 7:20 next morning, his driver found him unconscious in bed. The local police immediately arrived at the scene and confirmed Ouyang Lixing’s death. The health department assisting the investigation said he died of a sudden heart attack.

It’s reported that Ouyang Lixing was scheduled to go to the Dashu Factory of NCSIST to observe the ammunition column operation after attending the harvest season neighborhood activities on August 6th. He served as the deputy director of the Taiwan Armament Bureau. After retiring from military in February this year, he transferred to the NCSIT as vice president, tasked with supervising the production of various types of missiles.

It is reported that NCSIT is the highest military scientific research institute in Taiwan. Recently, in response to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) military exercises around Taiwan, Ouyang Lixing supervised and assisted the missile test launch conducted by NCSIST, as well as the propellant production line operation, at Jiupeng Military base.

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