The Cheng Kung class frigates are based upon the U.S. Oliver Hazard Perry class and are currently serving in the Republic of China (Taiwan) Navy (ROCN). The frigates were produced under license by China Shipbuilding Corporation in Kaohsuing, Taiwan throughout the 1990s as part of the "Kuang Hua 1" project and served as the mainstay of the ROCN's theater air defense prior to the ROCN's acquisition of Keelung (Kidd) class destroyers in 2005.
ROCS Cheng Kung (成功, FFG-1101) was refitted with 4 x Hsiung Feng III SSMs in early 2006. It is believed all other ships in the class will eventually receive the new missile, so they will end up with 4 x HF-2 and 4 x HF-3 missiles.
|Ships in class|
|Name||Laid down||Launched||Commissioned||Home port||Status|
|ROCS Cheng Kung (成功, FFG-1101)||December 21, 1990||October 5, 1991||May 7, 1993||Tsoying||Active|
|ROCS Cheng Ho (鄭和, FFG-1103)||October 29, 1991||October 15, 1992||March 28, 1994||Tsoying||Active|
|ROCS Chi Kuang (繼光, FFG-1105)||October 30, 1992||October 3, 1993||March 4, 1995||Tsoying||Active|
|ROCS Yueh Fei (岳飛, FFG-1106)||September 5, 1993||August 28, 1994||February 26, 1996||Tsoying||Active|
|ROCS Tzu I (子儀, FFG-1107)||August 7, 1994||July 13, 1995||January 9, 1997||Tsoying||Active|
|ROCS Pan Chao (班超, FFG-1108)||July 25, 1995||July 3, 1997||December 16, 1997||Tsoying||Active|
|ROCS Chang Chien (張騫, FFG-1109)||December 4, 1995||May 14, 1997||December 1, 1998||Tsoying||Active|
|ROCS Tian Dan (田單, FFG-1110)||February 22, 2001||October 17, 2002||March 11, 2004||Tsoying||Active|