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2 Travel Beauty of Taiwan Republic of China By Eddie Lee ( ) 100 God bless us Hand play 1

3 In April 1947, the ROC government moved from political tutelage to constitutional rule, completing all preparations for the implementation of constitutional government and expanding all ministries, commissions, and councils under the Executive Yuan. On April 23, the Executive Yuan was reorganized; and the Government Information Office (GIO) and agencies for health, irrigation, and land affairs were established. The GIO was formally set up in Nanjing, Chinese mainland, on May 2, 1947, with three departments overseeing domestic and international publicity, media industry guidance, and news analysis. On March 21, 1949, the ROC president promulgated the revision of Articles 3 and 5 of the Organic Law of the Executive Yuan, whereby the organization of the Yuan was streamlined and its agencies were regrouped into eight ministries, two commissions, and one department. Two weeks later on April 5, the Executive Yuan approved at its 52nd meeting the establishment of an Information Department under the Secretariat of the Executive Yuan. Twenty days later, the headquarters of the Information Department were transferred to Guangzhou, Chinese mainland, along with the central government. Following the central government's relocation to Taipei, Taiwan, on December 7, 1949, the Executive Yuan was reorganized in March 1950 and the Information Department was abolished. On April 24, the Executive Yuan established by administrative order the Office of Government Spokesman, which was responsible for issuing press releases. The GIO was reactivated under its original structure on January 1, 1954, in response to changes at home and abroad. Although its organic law was revised twice, in 1955 and 1958, its three departments remained in operation. In December 1968, the GIO was revamped to incorporate three departments (for domestic publicity; international publicity; and compilation and translation) as well as two offices (for audio-visual materials; and information and liaison). In August 1973, the GIO also became responsible for mass media guidance and regulation, which was previously under the jurisdiction of the Ministries of the Interior and Education and other related agencies. Departments of publication affairs, motion picture affairs, and broadcasting affairs were subsequently established under the GIO. 2

4 In February 1981, the domestic and international publicity departments were renamed the Department of Domestic Information and the Department of International Information, respectively. The audio-visual materials office was expanded into the Department of Audio-Visual Materials. In addition, the Department of Planning was established at this time. When streamlining the government, the Taiwan Provincial Department of Information was converted into the GIO's central Taiwan office on July 1, 1999. As this office continued to engage in domestic services, on September 16, 2001, it was renamed the Department of Local Information. To date, the GIO has retained this structure, which is comprised of nine departments and five offices. The National Communications Commission (NCC) was established on February 22, 2006 as a response to the trends of technological convergence, cross- industry integration and globalization. A portion of the broadcasting industry responsibilities under the purview of the Department of Broadcasting Affairs was then transferred to the NCC; and the Department was restructured as the Broadcasting Industry Guidance Group. On November 15, 2006, the Department of Broadcasting Affairs was reinstituted with three subordinate sections, and the Broadcasting Industry Guidance Group was disbanded. (Republic of China ) Taiwan (Republic of China Republic of China) is a free and democratic country. 3

5 The National Concert Hall at night 4

6 Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and Taipei 101 building 101 5

7 Turtle Island 6

8 Presidential Office Building 7

9 National Palace Museum 8

10 Taipei 101 at night 2011 101 9

11 Taiwan High Speed Rail 10

12 Grand Hotel Taipei 11

13 Taipei military memorial shrine 12

14 Dabajian Mountain 13

15 Local opera 14

16 High Mountain Seven Color Lake 15

17 Old British Consulate 16

18 Old Holland Castle 17

19 Old Japanese Building 18

20 Down town Hsimenting 19

21 Old Taiwan Temple ( ) 20

22 Taiwans Village ( ) 21

23 Taiwan aborigines 22

24 Taiwans ethnic minorities 23

25 Aboriginal sculpture and art 24

26 Traditional Opera and Art 25

27 Civil art of the body 26

28 Ornate Taiwanese Turtle Stage 27

29 Flower mountain 28

30 Bumper 29

31 Dog and Sleeping Beauty ( ) 30

32 31

33 High Speed Rail Station 32

34 Love River in Kaoshiung 33

35 Travel beauty of Taiwan 34

36 35

37 Taiwan's traditional story 36

38 Yehliu Taiwan 37

39 Taiwan Taroko 38

40 Taiwan Taroko 39

41 Dasi Old Street 40

42 Hsinchu Hukou Old Street 41

43 Sky view Taiwan Village Sun Moon Lake 42

44 Kao Mei Wet Land 43

45 Small Island 44

46 South Industrial Area Center 45

47 Taiwan farmer house 46

48 Xinyi District 47

49 Taiwan Temple 48

50 Taiwan Artists Village 49

51 Taiwan street art 50

52 Taiwan Art 51

53 Percussion performance 52

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55 Traditional Restaurant 54

56 Puppet Show 55

57 Taiwan forest 56

58 Sun moon lake 57

59 Matui Island 58

60 Military exercises 59

61 Kinman house 60

62 Eddie Lee Taipei Taiwan (R.O.C) Sunday, October 09, 2011 Pictures copyright belongs the Internet 100 Coincides with the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China This file is only produced as a souvenir 61

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