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Nationwide Torch Project showcase
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (third right), together with Education Deputy Minister Lin Teng-chiao (second right) and NIA Director-General Mo Tien-hu (right), appears at an event of showcasing the result of the Nationwide Torch Project for New Immigrants on Monday. CNA photo Oct. 26, 2015
Honoring a police family
MOI Deputy Minister Chen Chwen-jing (fourth left) honors a family of seven police officers, at the ceremony of celebrating the 70th anniversary of Taiwan Police College on Saturday. CNA photo Oct. 24, 2015
Public recognition
Penghu Magistrate Chen Kuang-fu (陳光復,center), on behalf of Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁), awards certificates of honor to three senior police volunteers, in recognition of their devotion to the county.CNA photo, Sep. 16
Evaluating Taiwan's rescue dogs
The National Fire Agency under the Ministry of Interior organizes an event titled "2015 Taiwan National Rescue Dogs Skills Assessment and Evaluation by International Rescue Dog Organization (IRO)" in Jhushan Township, Nantou County. CNA photo Sep. 2
Accident forum
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁) addresses the Large Event Management Forum held by his ministry in Taipei Wednesday. The forum is aimed at devising methods to prevent accidents. CNA photo Aug. 19, 2015
Service quality award
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁, left) grants a service quality award to Lu Chun-chang (呂春長), director general of the Nantou County Police Bureau. CNA photo Aug. 11, 2015
Working together to fight human trafficking
President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九, front, third from right) and Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁, front, second from right) attend the opening ceremony of the"2015 International Workshops on Strategies for Combating Human Trafficking"(2015年防制人口販運國際工作坊) in Taipei Wednesday. CNA photo July 29, 2015.
Precautions Conference
Premier Mao Chi-kuo (毛治國, center) and Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁, left) listen to briefings on preparations being made ahead of the arrival of Typhoon Chan-hom at the Central Emergency Operation Center in Taipei on July 9, 2015. CNA photo July 9, 2015
Newly minted cops
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁, front, center) poses with newly graduated police cadets at a ceremony in Taipei on Monday.CNAphoto June 10, 2015
Public recognition
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁, left) awards a certificate of honor to Chen Ki-jen (陳麒任, right) , a model public servant, in a ceremony in Taipei on June 6.
Recognizing an asset
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁) announcing an initiative to allow the children of Taiwan's foreign spouses to learn the language spoken by their mothers at a press event held last Saturday in Taipei. Set to kick off on July 1, the program will pay the airfare for 100 youngsters to visit their m...
Commemorating Zheng Chenggong
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁), center, takes part in a temple ceremony marking the 354th anniversary of the expulsion of Dutch colonists by the military leader Cheng Cheng-kung (鄭成功) from Taiwan in 1661 in Tainan on Wednesday.CNA photo April 29, 2015
Agency handover
Wang Cho-chiun (王卓鈞, left) hands over the seal of office of the director-general of the National Police Agency to Chen Kuo-en (陳國恩), witnessed by Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁) in Taipei Wednesday. CNA photo April 1, 2015
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...
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