The Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taipei has been fined NT$50,000 (RM5,250) by the labor department for violating gender equality laws.
Chou Yi-jen, who was sacked in December last year, said he wished to get his job back.
"I have deep feelings towards Mackay and the many familiar faces there, although anger, I still wish to go back," said the 35-year-old.
He also demanded the employer to continue paying him the salary of NT$30,000 (RM3,150) per month from the day he was unlawfully sacked.
Chou said he was recruited by the hospital in 2007.
"At first, I wore the men attire to work but I couldn't curb my desire of wanting to be a woman.
"So I started keeping long hair, wearing women clothing to work and use the female toilet," he said.
The hospital has yet to announce if it wants to appeal the ruling.
Source: Apple Daily
Published May 20 2011