Travel beauty of taiwan 發現台灣

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Travel beauty of Taiwan 發現台灣 慶祝中華民國建國100年


發現台灣(中華民國)
走過風雨飄渺100年

僅製作此檔案作為紀念
尚在風雨飄渺中
外有風,內有雨
適逢中華民國建國100周年
僅製作此檔案作為紀念
Coincides with the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China
This file is only produced as a souvenir



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李常生 Eddie Lee (Lee Chang-Sheng)
Taipei,Taiwan(Republic of China) is my hometown

I am a citizen of the world - the earth is not only one country
我是世界公民,也是地球村的村民。

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Travel beauty of taiwan 發現台灣

  1. 1. Travel Beauty of Taiwan Republic of China By Eddie Lee 發現台灣 ( 中華民國 ) 走過風雨飄渺 100 年 僅製作此檔案作為紀念 尚在風雨飄渺中 外有風,內有雨 God bless us Hand play 手動翻頁
  2. 2. <ul><li>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. </li></ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul>
  3. 3. <ul><li>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. </li></ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul><ul><li>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. </li></ul><ul><li>On November 15, 2006, the Department of Broadcasting Affairs was reinstituted with three subordinate sections, and the Broadcasting Industry Guidance Group was disbanded. </li></ul><ul><li>台灣 (Republic of China 中華民國 ) 是一個自由民主的國家。 Taiwan (Republic of China Republic of China) is a free and democratic country. </li></ul>
  4. 4. The National Concert Hall at night 中正紀念堂內國家音樂廳
  5. 5. Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and Taipei 101 building 台北中正紀念堂與 101 大樓
  6. 6. Turtle Island 龜山島
  7. 7. Presidential Office Building 總統府
  8. 8. National Palace Museum 台北故宮博物院
  9. 9. Taipei 101 at night 2011 台北 101
  10. 10. Taiwan High Speed ​​Rail 台灣高速鐵路
  11. 11. Grand Hotel Taipei 台北圓山大飯店
  12. 12. Taipei military memorial shrine 台北忠烈祠
  13. 13. Dabajian Mountain 大霸尖山
  14. 14. Local opera 地方戲曲
  15. 15. High Mountain Seven Color Lake 高山七彩湖
  16. 16. Old British Consulate 古蹟英國領事館
  17. 17. Old Holland Castle 荷蘭紅毛城
  18. 18. Old Japanese Building 日本建築台北賓館
  19. 19. Down town Hsimenting 西門町
  20. 20. Old Taiwan Temple 台灣的廟宇 ( 柯耀東畫 )
  21. 21. Taiwan’s Village 台灣的鄉村 ( 柯耀東畫 )
  22. 22. Taiwan aborigines 台灣原住民
  23. 23. Taiwan‘s ethnic minorities 台灣的少數民族
  24. 24. Aboriginal sculpture and art 台灣原住民雕刻和藝術作品
  25. 25. Traditional Opera and Art 傳統戲劇與藝術
  26. 26. Civil art of the body 民間身體藝術
  27. 27. Ornate Taiwanese Turtle 陶瓷烏龜 Stage 舞台沈昭良攝影
  28. 28. Flower mountain 金針花海
  29. 29. Bumper 豐收
  30. 30. Dog and Sleeping Beauty 哈巴狗與睡美人 ( 綠島 )
  31. 31.
  32. 32. High Speed Rail Station 高鐵車站
  33. 33. Love River in Kaoshiung 高雄愛河
  34. 34. Travel beauty of Taiwan 品嘗台灣之旅
  35. 35.
  36. 36. Taiwan's traditional story 台灣的傳統故事
  37. 37. Yehliu Taiwan 台灣野柳濱海
  38. 38. Taiwan Taroko 台灣太魯閣
  39. 39. Taiwan Taroko 台灣太魯閣
  40. 40. Dasi Old Street 大溪老街
  41. 41. Hsinchu Hukou Old Street 新竹湖口老街
  42. 42. 嘉義縣東石鄉網寮村 Sky view Taiwan Village Sun Moon Lake 日月潭
  43. 43. Kao Mei Wet Land 高美濕地
  44. 44. Small Island 東嶼坪嶼西嶼坪
  45. 45. South Industrial Area Center 南科社區中心
  46. 46. Taiwan farmer house 台灣鄉下農民屋
  47. 47. Xinyi District 信義商圈
  48. 48. Taiwan Temple 台灣廟宇
  49. 49. Taiwan Artist’s Village 台灣藝術村
  50. 50. Taiwan street art 台灣街頭表演藝術
  51. 51. Taiwan Art 台灣藝術
  52. 52. Percussion performance 打擊樂器表演
  53. 53.
  54. 54. Traditional Restaurant 傳統餐廳與傳統藝術
  55. 55. Puppet Show 傀儡戲
  56. 56. Taiwan forest 台灣森林
  57. 57. Sun moon lake 日月潭
  58. 58. Matui Island 馬祖風景
  59. 59. Military exercises 軍事演習
  60. 60. Kinman house 金門民居
  61. 61. 李常生 Eddie Lee Taipei Taiwan (R.O.C) Sunday, October 09, 2011 [email_address] Pictures copyright belongs the Internet 適逢中華民國建國 100 周年 僅製作此檔案作為紀念 Coincides with the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China This file is only produced as a souvenir

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