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Joyce Chiang was born on 7 December, 1970 in Chicago, IL, is an Attorney. At 29 years old, Joyce Chiang height not available right now. We will update Joyce Chiang's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Attorney
Joyce Chiang Age 29 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 7 December 1970
Birthday 7 December
Birthplace Chicago, IL
Date of death January 9, 1999,
Died Place Washington, D.C.
Nationality American

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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Joyce Chiang worth at the age of 29 years old? Joyce Chiang’s income source is mostly from being a successful Attorney. She is from American. We have estimated Joyce Chiang's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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In May 2011, D.C. police held a press conference in which they acknowledged that Chiang had not committed suicide, but was instead the victim of a homicide. They said that one suspect was in prison in Maryland for a different offense, and another suspect was living in Guyana, which has no extradition treaty with the U.S. According to WTTG-Fox 5, an unnamed "source familiar with the case has identified the men as Steve Allen and Neil Joaquin, two men who worked as a team abducting people off the street with the intention of robbing them." Partly based on similarities to another attack committed by the two men after Chiang's disappearance, police hypothesized that the men drove Chiang to the Anacostia River. On the day of the press conference, television host John Walsh stated that the men either threw Chiang into the river, or Chiang attempted to escape but slipped on the icy river bank and drowned. Although the police did not confirm or deny Walsh's theories, nor were any charges filed, Chiang's family expressed thanks for the closure of the case.


Joyce Chiang was one of four children and the only daughter of Taiwanese immigrants raised in Chicago and in Southern California. Her three brothers are John Chiang, who became Controller of the State of California in 2007 and Treasurer of California in 2015; Robert Chiang; and Roger Chiang, who is currently the Executive In Charge at the television show America's Most Wanted and in 1999 lived with Joyce and was working for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.


In 2001, at the height of the media frenzy surrounding the disappearance of Chandra Levy, police had attempted to defrock a serial killer theory by stating that Chiang had committed suicide. Chiang's family turned to the media to dispel that notion. In January 2011, WTTG-Fox 5 reported that the police had solved Chiang's murder, identifying two suspects who had attempted to rob her on the night she disappeared.


On January 9, 1999, the day of Chiang's disappearance, she had met with several friends for a movie and dinner, and one of those friends offered her a ride home. Chiang asked her friend to make one quick stop at the Starbucks at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue NW and R Street NW. Chiang told her friend that she would walk the four blocks home from the coffee shop, but she never made it to her apartment. Her brother Roger was her roommate and reported her missing. Because Chiang was a federal employee, the FBI took the lead in investigating the case.


Chiang attended Smith College, where she was student government president in 1992. She graduated from the evening division of Georgetown University Law School in 1995, while working for Congressman Howard Berman as an immigration advisor. After earning her law degree, she worked in the General Counsel's office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.


Joyce Chiang (Chinese: 江宜玲 ; December 7, 1970 – c. January 9, 1999 ) was an American attorney with the former Immigration and Naturalization Service who was the victim of a homicide. Chiang disappeared on January 9, 1999, in Washington, D.C., and was later found dead. The story of her disappearance and the discovery of her remains in the Potomac River, which drew only local news coverage at the time, was rediscovered and received some national attention in the wake of the similar disappearance of Chandra Levy in May 2001. Chiang was the sister of former California State Treasurer John Chiang.