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Changing of the guard
Outgoing National Immigration Agency Director-General Hsieh Li-kung (left) hands over the seal of office to his successor Mo Tien-fu (right) at a ceremony presided over by Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (center) in Taipei Tuesday. CNA photo May 20, 2014
Liver protection
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (center) and officials of the Good Liver Foundation promote on May 5 free screenings for liver disease being offered by the foundation throughout May, targeting police officers and women. CNA photo May 15, 2014
Mother's Day concert
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (center) presents a certificate of filial piety to a student at a concert in Taipei held on May 4 to celebrate Mother's Day. CNA photo May 15, 2014
Honoring warlord
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (front, left) and Tainan Mayor Lai Ching-te (front, right) participate in a ceremony Tuesday to mark the 353rd anniversary of Chinese military leader Zheng Chenggong's arrival in Tainan, southern Taiwan. A year after arrival in 1662, Zheng's troops defeated the Dutch f...
Voluntary blood donation system milestone
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (fifth left) attends a ceremony to mark the 40th anniversary of Taiwan's voluntary blood donation system, in Taipei Saturday. CNA photo April 19, 2014
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...
MOI Handover Ceremony for Incoming and Outgoing Ministers
The new Minister of the Interior, Chen Wei-zen, is assuming his post after a handover ceremony held on March 3rd for the incoming and outgoing Ministers. The ceremony was presided over by Feng Yen, who currently serves as a Minister without Portfolio of the Executive Yuan.Chen is very well-qualified...
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
Policy briefing
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan talks about the government's wetland preservation efforts and its environmental protection policy, at a press conference held by the Construction and Planning Agency Friday in Taipei. CNA photo Jan. 24, 2014
Firefighters honored
Interior Minister Lee Hong-yuan (fourth left) and Vice Premier Mao Chi-kuo (fifth left) pose at a ceremony to honor firefighters at the National Fire Agency in Xindian District, New Taipei, Jan. 16. CNA photo Jan. 16, 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
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