Investors who purchase corporate stock enjoy a number of rights pertaining to their ownership. Owners of a corporation generally do not run the company. Shareholders in a corporation are shielded from personal liability for the debts and obligations of the corporation. However, shareholders can lose their investments should the corporation fail. This article, first of all, is going to introduce and analyze the protection of Shareholder’s Rights in the Taiwan company act for its original thought, principal goal and major content. Then this research will introduce the legal framework of shareholders’ Meeting in Taiwan and the main problems in Taiwan. This article concludes by pointing out that Taiwan should find its own version of the legal System of shareholder’s rights and corporate governance for its next generation.