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Support to police
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (second left) attends a ceremony in Taipei Monday, during which Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Chairman Terry Gou (second right) donated NT$10 million to a police support group for officers who have been burdened with increased workloads during the ongoing protest agai...
Riding high
Vice President Wu Den-yi (center, right) and ruling Kuomintang Honorary Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung (center, left) ride a vehicle into the venue of a religious ceremony held by Fo Guang Shan Monastery Saturday in Taipei. Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (back, left) also took part in the ceremony. CNA ph...
Announcing changes
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan announces Feb. 13 that the head of the ministry's household registration department had been transferred to take responsibility for glitches in the department's upgraded system. CNA photo Feb. 18, 2014
Child's game
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) and guests attending a ceremony honoring outstanding social and business groups play a child's game outside the venue in Taipei Monday. CNA photo Nov. 25, 2013
Architect awards ceremony
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan speaks Saturday in Taipei at an award ceremony to honor outstanding architects named by the Ministry of the Interior every two years. CNA photo Nov. 16, 2013
No change to property tax
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (right) answers lawmakers' questions during a legislative committee hearing Wednesday, during which he said the government has no plans to change its policy and begin collecting property taxes based on actual market prices rather than on figures published by the gover...
Wiretapping inspection
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) greets Tuan Yi-kang, one of the lawmakers inspecting government wiretapping operations Wednesday, as they arrive at a facility run by the Criminal Investigation Bureau. CNA photo Oct. 9, 2013
Meeting for storm
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) and Vice Premier Mao Chi-kuo attend a meeting at the Central Emergency Operation Center Wednesday to stay abreast of conditions as Tropical Storm Trami bears down on Taiwan. CNA photo Aug. 21, 2013
Giving back
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) attends a charity event in Taichung on Friday. The event, held by the National Conscription Agency, was meant to encourage charity work among Taiwan's drafted men. CNA photo Aug. 16, 2013
Taiwan’s team to police games
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan (left) presents the national flag to Taiwan’s team to the 2013 World Police and Fire Games in Taipei July 29. The game will be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland Aug. 1-10.
Permanent residency
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (right) gives an enlarged copy of an Alien Permanent Resident Certificate to Andreas Gursch, former deputy director of the German Trade Office Taipei, onJuly 9. Gursch was awarded permanentresidency in Taiwan.
Creating a happy life
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan attend the premiere of microfilm Mother’s Name in Taipei June 24. The film, shot by the Tzu Chi Foundation, is preaching that filial piety is the base of a happier life.
Commencement of Police University
Vice President Wu Den-yih (center), in the company of Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan (right), inspects the march band and honor guards of the Central Police University in Taoyuan June 7 while presiding over the commencement of the university.
Minister reports on resort issue
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan says at the Legislature Wednesday that only one area of the Yoho Beach Resort in Pingtung County's Hengchun Township had passed an environmental impact assessment (EIA), which means part of the resort is illegal. CNA photo May 8, 2013
Cooking minister
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (right) serves Vietnamese spring rolls he made himself during an event about the food of new immigrants in New Taipei Saturday. CNA photo May 4, 2013
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