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Fun with centenarians
President Ma Ying-jeou (center) and Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah (second left) celebrate the Double Ninth Festival with centenarians at the National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in Taipei Saturday. The festival, which fell on Oct. 5 this year, honors senior citizens. CNA photo Oct. 8, 2011
Wedding blessing
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah (left) gives awards in Taipei Thursday to couples who won a wedding proposal contest held to boost marriage and birth rates in the country. CNA photo Oct. 4, 2011
Charity cakes
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah (second right) promotes moon cakes made by people with disabilities Tuesday to mark the Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept. 12 this year. CNA photo Aug. 30, 2011
New social aid program
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah introduces a new social aid program in Nanhua University in southern Taiwan's Chiayi County on June 8. The program, to take effect on July 1, is aimed at reducing poverty and narrowing the wealth gap. CNA photo June 30, 2011
Enjoy a smoke-free environment-Smoking banned on Shakadang Trail and Swallow Grotto Trail
To create a smoke-free environment for visitors, Taroko National Park Headquarters has announced a smoking ban on Shakadang Trail and Swallow Grotto Trail in the park. “No smoking” signs have been erected along the trails. Visitors can now enjoy a smoke-free environment as they enjoy walking on thes...
Stand by
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah, whodoubles as the head of the Central EmergencyOperation Center, attends a meeting on disasterprevention in New Taipei City Friday after theCentral Weather Bureau issued tsunami warningsfor several areas of the island.CNA photo March 11, 2011
Legislative grilling
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah (right) says at a legislative meeting Tuesday that torches or special effects that could cause fires will be banned at bars and restaurants following a Sunday bar fire that killed nine people in Taichung City. On the left is Premier Wu Den-yih. CNA photo March 8, 2011
Giving red envelopes
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah (right) gives a red envelope to a member of staff of the National Rescue Command Center under the Executive Yuan in Taipei City Feb. 5 to thank him for working during the Lunar New Year holiday.CNA photo Feb. 5, 2011
Signature chicken
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah displays his special dish-- roast chicken legs -- at his office in Taipei City Feb. 4, the second day of the Lunar New Year. CNA photo Feb. 4, 2011
Police student standout
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah (left) presents a certificate of merit to the top student graduating from Taiwan Police College this year, at the school's commencement ceremony on Wednesday. A total of 645 students graduated and will soon start work in police or firefighting departments. CNA photo J...
New overpass construction launched
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah (fifth from right) and Taichung City Mayor Jason Hu (fourth from right) preside over the groundbreaking ceremony of a new 4.75-kilometer overpass in the city that is scheduled to be completed in 2012.CNA photo Jan. 14, 2011
Minister opens firemen competition
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah speaks at the opening ceremony of the 8th national firemen skills competition held at Maioli County Stadium on Friday. Approximately 1,800 firefighters from 25 counties took part in thecontest.CNA photo Dec. 3, 2010
Good work recognized
Sun Tsui-feng (right) , a star of the Ming Hwa Yuan Taiwaneseopera company, receives an award from Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huahin Taipei Tuesday. Sun is a spokeswoman for the National Fire Agencyin its efforts to promote the prevention of carbon monoxide...
Permanent resident
Swede Henrik Bystrom (left) is presented with apermanent residence certificate by Minister ofthe Interior Jiang Yi-huah at a function held atthe ministry Tuesday. Bystrom served as Sweden'srepresentative to Taiwan from 2001-2009. CNA photo Nov. 16, 2010
Social housing sites announced
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah announcesfive locations in the greater Taipei area wherelow-cost housing units will be built, at a pressconference on Monday. An estimated 1,661 unitswill be built under the project, scheduled tobreak ground in December 2011. CNA photo Nov. 15, 2010
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