Leader of the Concordia Association
17 July 2010 - 29 July 2014
|Born||3 April 1979|
British Hong Kong
|Citizenship||Empire of Taihan|
|Nationality|| Hong kongese|
|Religion||Chinese folk religion|
Thomas To, also known with his Chinese name To Tian-han, (Chinese: 杜天翰) (born 3 April 1979) is a Taihanese politician. He served as Prime Minister of Taihan and leader of the Concordia Association from 17 July 2010 to 29 July 2014.
Thomas To was born in Hong Kong under British rule, on April 3, 1979. During his childhood, he enjoyed fishing with his parents, eventually it became a family business when Thomas reached the age of 12.
When Thomas reached 20 years of age, he attended to university to study business career. After his years at university, he became business partners with Yen Hui-jeou and they both had a very close friendship.
Founding a micronation
Thomas To was invited by Yen Hui-jeou to come with his followers and act as the head of state for Taihan.
As Prime Minister
When Yen Hui-jeou became Emperor of Taihan he handpicked Thomas to be Taihan's first Prime Minister, he ran office for nearly 4 years and resigned in 2014. During his office, he established the Concordia Association, the first ruling party of Taihan from 2010 to late 2014. Thomas To resigned as Prime Minister on 29 July 2014 and was succeeded by Robert Zhang.