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Minister at bat
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan hits a triple Thursday in a friendly game between Cabinet officials and players from Tung-Yuan Elementary School in Taipei. The officials lost the game 12-5. CNA photo April 4, 2013
Dream jobs
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan is surrounded by children dressed as flight attendants, firefighters and baseball players at an event in Taipei Saturday. A survey released by the Ministry of the Interior at the event found that these three occupations are children’s dream jobs. CNA photo March 30, 2...
Anti-drug campaign
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (second left), Legislative Yuan Speaker Wang Jin-pyng (third right) and Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin (second right) help promote an anti-drug campaign at a news conference in Taipei Wednesday. CNA photo March 6, 2013
Honored servicemen
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) pays tribute to the country's servicemen at an event Wednesday in Taipei held by the ministry's conscription agency. CNA photo Feb. 27, 2013
More babies, please
Interior Lee Hong-yuan (third right, back row) has his photograph taken with a group of children in Taipei Monday as part of a government initiative to boost the country's birth rate. The ministry hopes an average of 180,000 babies can be born each ...
Making life easier
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan launches a service at convenience stores that allows the public to print their tax deduction documentation and apply for household registration transcripts in Taipei Friday. CNA photo Feb. 22, 2013
The 16th Golden Eagle Awards commend outstanding individuals with disabilities
In recognition of the mental fortitude, unwavering optimism and strength of character demonstrated by the people with disabilities in Taiwan, the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) organized an awards ceremony honoring outstanding individuals with disabilities on Dec. 1. Two days prior to the Internatio...
Taiwan launches immigration forum to discuss foreign talent hunt
Acknowledging the need to attract foreign talent in order to bolster Taiwan’s overall competitiveness in the midst of rapid globalization, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) organized an international symposium on Nov. 16 to review its policy options. At the event entitled “The 2012 International...
Interior minister in Hsinchu
Interior minister Lee Hong-yuan signs an autograph during a visit to an old police office in Hsinchu County on Monday. CNA photo Jan. 7, 2013
Updates on community housing projects
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan is pictured giving a community housing report to the Legislative Yuan's Social Welfare and Environmental Hygiene Committee on Dec. 5, 2012. In the report, Minister Lee noted that his ministry has formulated plans in accordance to the government's budget constraints, i...
Golden Eagle Awards honor the disabled
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan attends the 16th Golden Eagle Awards on Dec. 1, 2012. At the annual awards ceremony that honors outstanding members of Taiwan's handicapped community, Minister Lee expressed his respect for the community's strength and optimism, saying that each year's winners help in...
Immigration talks
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan speaks at the opening of an international forum on immigration policy in Taipei on Friday. CNA photo Nov. 16, 2012
Honored for outstanding service
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan (left) presents certificates for outstanding service to young men who did alternative military service, Tuesday in Taipei. CNA photo Nov. 13, 2012
The MOI’s real estate transaction database website to provide actual property prices
To help make real estate prices available to the general public, the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) has launched an online database that lists the actual price of property transactions in the country. Beginning Oct. 16, Chinese-language users can log onto the MOI’s real estate transaction database w...
Photo exhibit
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) looks at some of the entries in a photography competition Saturday. The contest was part of his ministry's efforts to promote a higher birth rate in Taiwan. CNA photo Oct. 20, 2012
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