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Ministerial outtake
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah (right) performs at a talent show in traditional opera costume Friday in order to entertain senior residents in Pei Chien Community, Banqiao District, New Taipei City. CNA Photo Sept. 2, 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
Creative wedding proposals
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-hua (center) ties a symbolic red string around the fingers of a couple on Chinese Lovers Day Saturday in Taipei. Jiang invited the public to submit their wedding proposal plans to the ministry for the chance to receive the prize of NT$50,000 (US$1,750). CNA photo Aug. 6, 2...
Child welfare
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah (back, center) attends a press conference Wednesday in Taipei. Several children and teenagers were invited to the press conference held to announce the launch of a series of children's affairs conferences around Taiwan at acquiring opinions from young people about the...
Clamp down on teenage crime
Interior Minister Chiang Yi-hua (front right) and director-general of the National Police Agency Wang Cho-chiun (front left) appear at a KTV in the wee hours of July 1 to oversee a police operation against teenage crime in Zhongli, Taoyuan County. CNA photo July 1, 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
New land law
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah says at a seminar organized by the Southern Taiwan Joint Services Center in Kaohsiung City Friday that the ministry will initiate the enactment of a law governing national land planning. CNA photo June 17, 2011
Back to school
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah (back, third right) poses on Saturday with students and teachers of Badu Elementary School during a visit as an alumnus to the school's 60th founding anniversary celebration in Keelung City, northeastern Taiwan. CNA photo May 28, 2011
Interior minister at legislature
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah speaks about an amendment to the Children and Youth Welfare Act at a Legislative Yuan session Thursday. CNA photo May 26, 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...
Interior Minister at Vatican
Interior Minister Jiang Yi-hua and his wife, Li Shu-chen, pose in Vatican City Sunday, where they attended a ceremony at St. Peter's Square held by the Roman Catholic Church to beatify Pope John Paul II. CNA photo May 2, 2011
Thumbs up
President Ma Ying-jeou (center) flanked by Interior Minister Jiang Yi-huah (second from right) and Premier Wu Den-yih (second from left) poses with a couple and their four children at an event to promote childbirth at the Taipei International Flora Expo Saturday. CNA photo April 2, 2011
World Autism Awareness Day
Minister of the Interior Jiang Yi-huah (right) and other government officials take part in an event in Taipei Friday to show support for autistic people on the eve of World Autism Awareness Day. CNA photo April 1, 2011
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
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