Freddy Lim

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Date of Birth February 1, 1976
Place of Birth Taipei, Taiwan
Age 44 years old
Horoscope Aquarius

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Freddy Lim

Freddy Lim Tshiong-tso is a Taiwanese politician, musician, and independence activist. He is one of the founding leaders of the New Power Party in Taiwan and lead vocalist of the Taiwanese heavy-metal band Chthonic. He is also the lead vocalist of the band Metal Clone X started by him and American guitarist Marty Friedman. He served as chair of Amnesty International Taiwan from 2010 to 2014.

Born: February 1, 1976, Taipei, Taiwan
Political party: Independent (since 2019)
Other political affiliations: New Power Party (2015–2019)
Spouse(s): Doris Yeh
Alma mater: Taipei Private Yan Ping High School, National Taipei University
Preceded by: Lin Yu-fang
Constituency: Taipei City V
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About Freddy Lim

Taiwanese political figure who is recognized for having been a founding member of the New Power Party. From 2010-2014, he served as the chair of Amnesty International Taiwan.

Before Fame

Prior to engaging in a career in politics, he was the lead vocalist of the metal band Chthonic.

Achievement

He was an active proponent of same-sex marriage and marijuana.

Family Life

He married his wife Doris Yeh in 2003.

Associations

He started a band called Metal Clone X with American guitarist Marty Friedman.

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  • Taiwanese composers
  • Music festival founders
  • Erhu players
  • New Power Party Members of the Legislative Yuan
  • Taiwanese human rights activists
  • Taiwanese political party founders
  • Taiwan independence activists
  • Taiwanese singer-songwriters
  • Lyricists
  • Taipei Members of the Legislative Yuan
  • Amnesty International people
  • National Taipei University alumni
  • Members of the 9th Legislative Yuan
  • Black metal musicians
  • 20th-century Taiwanese singers
  • Musicians from Taipei
  • Taiwanese male singers
  • 21st-century Taiwanese singers
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