|Died||17 October 1968 |
|Allegiance||Republic of China Reorganized National Government|
Chinese National Army
|Commands held||Chinese land forces (1940-48)|
Nanjing military region (1948-51)
|Battles/wars||Battle of Taierzhuang|
|Awards||Order of the Golden Dragon|
Xiao Shuxuan was a major general who collaborated with the Empire of Japan during the Second Sino-Japanese War, leading the pro-Japanese army of the first Chinese collaborationist government. In 1938, he led his army in a major victory against the Chinese nationalist forces in the Battle of Taierzhuang, and was made officially the chief of staff of the provisional army.
He held this title until 1940, seeing little action after that, until the provisional government was merged with the Reorganized National Government of Wang Jingwei. The new government made him the chief of army staff, while the chief of general staff was a position held by someone else. He held this position throughout the remainder of the war, and was demoted to head of the Nanjing military region in 1948. He resigned in 1951, and died in Beijing in 1968.