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Making better use of recycled water
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (second right), Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung (right) and other officials pose March 30 after signing a letter of intent on a project in which the Futien Water Resources Recycling Center will supply manufacturers based in Taichung Harbor's industrial areas with recycled...
Chen pitches new tax
Minister of the Interior Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁) addresses the Legislature on a proposed bill to combine the housing and realty tax, in this file photo. Under the bill, some of the revenues collected will be allocated toward welfare, in the form of rental or mortgage payment subsidies to disadvantaged gr...
Spring season crime sweep
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (right) reviews the ranks of police officers assembled in Keelung on the evening of Feb. 8, in preparation of this year's 20-day long annual spring season crime sweep. CNA photo Feb. 8, 2015
Wetland Conservation Act in effect, a determination of environmental sustainability policy
The Ministry of the Interior (MOI) declared the implementation of the Wetland Conservation Act on Feb. 2, the day also known as World Wetlands Day. The government vowed to cooperate with communities, NGOs and the academia to protect biodiversity and environmental sustainability.Meanwhile, Wei-jen Ch...
Tseng Ta-jen (曾大仁), left, hands over the office of director-general of the Construction and Planning Agency to Hsu Wen-lung (許文龍), right, as the Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁) oversaw the ceremony in Taipei on Friday. CNA photo Feb. 6, 2015
Accessible Recreation Sites Facilitate Joyful Tour, The Interior Ministry awards Friendly Buildings
To encourage more accessible environment and to facilitate the physically challenged people, the Interior Ministry (MOI) gave the 2014 friendly building awards on Dec. 19. The Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen awarded 149 qualified buildings and facilities, including Gukeng Service Area, Dongshan Servi...
Celebrate the Immigrants Day-The Multicultural Arts Festival
The annual celebration of the immigrants day was held on Dec. 6 at the Taipei Confucius Temple. In his speech, the Vice Minister of the Interior Chang-Yueh Chiu commended 11 cities and counties for their outstanding performance in providing caring and counseling services to foreign and Chinese spous...
Public recognition
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (left) presents a certificate of honor to a "model public servant" in Taipei on Dec. 9. CNA photo Dec. 23, 2014
Wedding planner
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (center) poses at the launch of a wedding planning book in Taipei Tuesday. The book, published by the ministry, offers suggestions that depart from outdated Chinese cultural traditions. CNA photo Dec. 2, 2014
Sportive minister
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (front right) participates in a warm-up dance at Central Police University's annual sports meet in Taoyuan Nov. 21. CNA photo Nov. 21, 2014
NCKU distinguished alumni
Vice Premier Mao Chi-kuo (fifth left) and Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (second right) pose with other distinguished alumni of National Cheng Kung University, who were honored at a ceremony in Tainan on Tuesday. CNA photo Nov. 10, 2014
Free computer course
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (right) attends an event to highlight a free course that helps immigrants gain computer skills, in Taipei Friday. Photo courtesy of the National Immigration Agency Oct. 24, 2014
Government to stop building affordable public housing: minister
Taipei, Oct. 8 (CNA) The central government will stop funding affordable public housing projects but will constuct more public housing reserved only for renting and will increase subsidies, Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen said.
Minister with excellent worker
Minister of the Interior Chen Wei-zen (left) poses for photos with a recipient on Wednesday at an award ceremony in recognition of the outstanding employees or personnel from occupational associations or institutions around the nation. This year, a total of 36 people and 220 institutes were awarded....
Declaration with love
Minister of the Interior Chen Wei-zen (center) is pictured Thursday with religious representatives after singing a declaration to raise the public awareness of citizen's civic virtues and social responsibilities in the wake of the recent public incidents. The signing ceremony was held in New Taipei ...
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