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Office of the President, Republic of China (Taiwan) is located in the city of Taipei, Taiwan. It is used as the office of the governorate of Taiwan during Japanese colonized period. The architectural style is "late-Renaissance style" After the completion of the year, it has been the supreme power center of Taiwan, which is also the national monument designated by the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of China.
After the establishment of the Taiwan provincial government in 1947, the building has been named for the "provincial capital", but the actual office of the Taiwan provincial government is the original Taipei City Hall (now the Executive Yuan Building) [source request]. With the relocation of China government to Taiwan in 1949, the House of Representatives decided on December 9: the presidential palace and the Executive Yuan were set up in the office of the building, which became the presidential palace of the Republic of China. During the period from 1949 to 1957, the Presidential Office of the Republic of China and the Office of the Executive Yuan were in office. In addition, the original building of the building was held until March 25, 2006 by the DPP Chen Shui-bian government officially removed, the official replacement for the "Presidential Palace."