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Minister's endorsement
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) makes coffee Wednesday at an event promoting moon cakes and bakery products made by people with mental or physical disabilities ahead of the Moon Festival on Sept. 30. CNA photo Sept. 12, 2012
Barrier-free buildings
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan (back fourth left) attends a press conference in Taipei Thursday to launch a campaign to assess handicap accessible buildings in Taiwan. CNA photo Sept. 6, 2012
Parenting website launched
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan (left) attends a parenting- knowledge event in Taipei on Wednesday with entertainer Chung Hsin-Ling. A website was launched for first-time parents at this event. CNA photo Sept. 5, 2012
Police services on cell phones
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan (second left) and female police officers display new police services available through mobile-phone apps at their launch in Taipei Monday. CNA photo Aug. 13, 2012
Father's tasks
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (third right) demonstrates how to dress a newborn Tuesday at an event celebrating Aug. 8, Father's Day. CNA photo Aug. 7, 2012
Sewage plant inspection
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (second left), accompanied by Changhua Magistrate Cho Po-yuan (first left), inspects a mock-up of a sewage treatment plant Monday in the county's Erlin Township. CNA photo July 30, 2012
Housing talks
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (right) greets experts from Holland Sunday while attending an international forum in Taipei on mechanisms used by Dutch housing associations. CNA photo July 23, 2012
Late-night duty
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (right) chats with a police officer checking drivers' alcohol levels at 2 a.m. Saturday in Taichung City. CNA photo July 7, 2012
Work log
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) looks Tuesday at a board that advertises the joint efforts by police and forestry officers in Taitung County to crack down on illegal logging in the county. CNA photo June 26, 2012
Climate change talks
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) greets Pan Han-sheng, an executive member of the Green Party Taiwan, at a National Climate Change Summit held by the Environmental Protection Administration in Taipei on Tuesday. CNA photo June 5, 2012
Marking Europe Day
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) attends a banquet held at National Taiwan Museum in Taipei Monday to mark Europe Day, an annual celebration of peace and unity in Europe. CNA photo May 7, 2012
Honoring mothers
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) gives an award to one of 51 single mothers who have overcome challenges in life to raise their children, during a Mother's Day celebration in New Taipei Saturday. Mother's Day this year falls on May 13. CNA photo May 5, 2012
Pushing for rural education
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (left) visits children of immigrants from China and Southeast Asia in Yunlin on Saturday, to push for education programs in the rural southern county. CNA photo April 28, 2012
Climate change talk
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan delivers a speech on climate change and national spatial planning at the General Chamber of Commerce in Taipei on Thursday. CNA photo April 19, 2012
Keys to a happy life
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan outlines the 10 key policies of his ministry Wednesday, just over two weeks after taking up the post. The policies are aimed at building a sustainable and happy living environment, he said. CNA photo Feb. 22 2012
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