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The Taiwan
Taiwan
Provincial Government (TPG) is the provincial government that governs Taiwan Province
Taiwan Province
of the Republic of China
Republic of China
(ROC) which is one of the two provinces it controls, the other being the Fujian Province. The government headquarters are located at Zhongxing New Village, Nantou City, Nantou County.

Contents

1 History 2 Duties and responsibilities 3 Administrative divisions

3.1 Provincial city governments 3.2 County governments

4 See also 5 References

History[edit] To takeover Taiwan
Taiwan
from Japan to the Republic of China
Republic of China
on 25 October 1945, the ROC Central Government in Nanking promulgated the Taiwan Province Administrative Official Public Ministry Organization Statute on 20 September 1945. It established the Taiwan
Taiwan
Province Administrative Official Public Ministry temporarily under the Executive Yuan
Executive Yuan
to serve as the highest local administrative agency in Taiwan Province
Taiwan Province
on 25 October 1945 and became the Taiwan
Taiwan
Provincial Government in April 1947 through a resolution passed during the 784th meeting of the Executive Yuan. Since the streamlining of the Taiwan
Taiwan
Provincial Government in 1998, major operations of the provincial government had been transferred to the Executive Yuan. Duties and responsibilities[edit]

Implement civil administration and institute provincial administrative reform Manage cultural, educational and sports-related matters Promote economic development Conduct vehicle accident appraisals and enhance service performance Handle social, labor, health and environmental protection-related matters Manage and maintain the public facilities of Zhongxing New Village
Zhongxing New Village
and plan improvements to its overall development Enhance the operation and management of the Taiwan
Taiwan
Provincial Information Museum and Library Manage legal matters, review and organize provincial laws and regulations, and conduct touring legal seminars[2]

Administrative divisions[edit] Provincial city governments[edit]

Chiayi City
Chiayi City
Government Hsinchu
Hsinchu
City Government Keelung
Keelung
City Government

County governments[edit]

Changhua County
Changhua County
Government Chiayi County
Chiayi County
Government Hsinchu
Hsinchu
County Government Hualien County
Hualien County
Government Miaoli County
Miaoli County
Government Nantou County
Nantou County
Government Penghu
Penghu
County Government Pingtung County
Pingtung County
Government Taitung County
Taitung County
Government Yilan County Government Yunlin County
Yunlin County
Government

See also[edit]

Taiwan
Taiwan
Province Taiwan
Taiwan
Provincial Consultative Council Fujian Provincial Government

References[edit]

^ "臺灣省政府全球資訊網". tpg.gov.tw. Retrieved 2014-08-22.  ^ "Introduction to Taiwan
Taiwan
Provincial Government". Taiwan
Taiwan
Provincial Government, R.O.C. Retrieved 16 October 2017. 

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Local government
Local government
in the Republic of China
Republic of China
(Taiwan)

Special
Special
municipalities

Kaohsiung New Taipei Taichung Tainan Taipei Taoyuan

Provincial cities

Chiayi Hsinchu Keelung

Counties

Changhua Chiayi Hsinchu Hualien Kinmen Lienchiang Miaoli Nantou Penghu Pingtung Taitung Yilan Yunlin

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Heads of governments of special municipalities, counties and provincial cities in Taiwan

Mayors of special municipalities Mayors of provincial cities Magistrates of counties

Kaohsiung
Kaohsiung
(list): Chen Chu
Chen Chu
(DPP) New Taipei
Taipei
(list): Eric Chu
Eric Chu
(KMT) Taichung
Taichung
(list): Lin Chia-lung
Lin Chia-lung
(DPP) Tainan
Tainan
(list): Lee Meng-yen (acting) Taipei
Taipei
(list): Ko Wen-je
Ko Wen-je
(Ind.) Taoyuan (list): Cheng Wen-tsan
Cheng Wen-tsan
(DPP)

Chiayi (list): Twu Shiing-jer
Twu Shiing-jer
(DPP) Hsinchu
Hsinchu
(list): Lin Chih-chien
Lin Chih-chien
(DPP) Keelung
Keelung
(list): Lin Yu-chang
Lin Yu-chang
(DPP)

Changhua (list): Wei Ming-ku
Wei Ming-ku
(DPP) Chiayi (list): Helen Chang
Helen Chang
(DPP) Hsinchu
Hsinchu
(list): Chiu Ching-chun (KMT) Hualien (list): Fu Kun-chi
Fu Kun-chi
(Ind.) Kinmen
Kinmen
(list): Chen Fu-hai (Ind.) Lienchiang (list): Liu Cheng-ying
Liu Cheng-ying
(KMT) Miaoli (list): Hsu Yao-chang
Hsu Yao-chang
(KMT) Nantou (list): Lin Ming-chen
Lin Ming-chen
(KMT) Penghu
Penghu
(list): Chen Kuang-fu
Chen Kuang-fu
(DPP) Pingtung (list): Pan Men-an
Pan Men-an
(DPP) Taitung (list): Justin Huang
Justin Huang
(KMT) Yilan (list): Chen Chin-te
Chen Chin-te
(DPP) Yunlin (list): Lee Chin-yung
Lee Chin-yung
(DPP)

DPP: Democratic Progressive Party KMT: Kuomintang Ind: Independent

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