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Seventh River Management Office , WRA , MOEA

This bureau was set up in 1927 to engage in Kao Ping River (i.e. former Lower Tan Shui River) water and flood works, then entitled “Lower Tan Shui River Water Works Office,” subordinated to Japanese-Taiwan Viceregal Government. When the July 7 War broke out, Japanese Government incorporated it with Lin Pien River Works Office as “Lower Tan Shui River & Lin Pien River Maintenance Works Office” due to the insufficient funds. In 1945, the year Taiwan recovered its own independence from Japan, it was re-entitled “The 6th Works Department, Public Works Bureau, Industrial & Mining Department, Taiwan Provincial Government Office. When Taiwan Provincial Government was established in 1947, it, by command, was re-entitled “Pingtung Works Department, Water Conservancy Bureau, Department of Reconstruction, Taiwan Provincial Government. In June of 1950, it, by command, took over Kaohsiung Irrigation Works Department, and later was re-entitled “The 7th Works Department, Water Conservancy Bureau, Taiwan Provincial Government” in May 1956 and “The 7th River Bureau, Taiwan Provincial Government” in January 1998, eventually “The 7th River Bureau, Water Conservancy Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs,” for the reason of streamlining the province in July of 1999. After the establishment of the Water Resources Agency, MOEA, this office was put under its command and officially re-entitled as “Seventh River Management Office, WRA, MOEA.”