|Full name||Chiang Shun|
|Date of birth||1601 AN|
|Place of birth||Daocheng, Zhijin Province|
|Date of death||1650 AN|
|Place of death||Daocheng, Zhijin Province|
|Occupation||Shaojiang (second general rank)|
Chiang Shun was the son of Jung Shun. He rose to the highest ranks of the Tegong during the reign of the Mingshi Emperor and voluntarily retired from active duty in the Tegong when he began leading the Kuominliantang and ran for the office of Diwang in the first Diwang elections. In 1650 he was burnt alive in his party headquarters. His son is Han Chiang Sun, who stepped in his father's footsteps by becoming the chairman of the Young Wandering Society in 1672 AN.
Chiang is best known for being the only elected Diwang in the Empire's history. His tenure is poorly reviewed by scholars, especially in comparison with his long-lasting successor and political opponents, Zhang San.