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Home Activity Slideshow 2017-04-15 Tâi-uân-sîn Hsu, Chun-ching's(台灣神徐春卿) Family Visits Holy Mountain

2017-04-15 Tâi-uân-sîn Hsu, Chun-ching's(台灣神徐春卿) Family Visits Holy Mountain

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Last Updated ( Monday, 17 April 2017 10:55 )  

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Chang Chao-yi, widow of the late minister of justice Chen Ding-nan, speaks at the official opening of the Chen Ding-nan Memorial Park in Yilan County on Saturday. The opening coincided with the fifth anniversary of Chen’s death.

Photo: Yang Yi-min, Taipei Times

A memorial park in honor of late minister of justice Chen Ding-nan (陳定南) opened in Yilan County on Saturday, coinciding with the fifth anniversary of his passing.

Chen, of the Democratic Progressive Party, died of lung cancer in November 2006. He was known as “Mr Clean” because of his dedication to fighting corruption during his political career, which began with his election as Yilan County commissioner in 1981.