Sports Administration

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Sports Administration
體育署
Tǐyǜ Shǔ
Agency overview
Formed 1932
Jurisdiction Taiwan (ROC)
Headquarters Zhongshan, Taipei
Parent agency Ministry of Education (Taiwan)
Website www.sa.gov.tw

The Sports Administration (SA; Chinese: 體育署; pinyin: Tǐyù Shǔ) is a branch of the Ministry of Education of the Taiwan (ROC).

History[edit]

The Sport Administration was initially established in 1932 as the Sports Council (體育委員會). On 12 January 1998, the Sports Affairs Council (行政院體育委員會) of the Executive Yuan was promulgated. Starting 1 January 2013, the council became the Sport Administration and placed under the Ministry of Education.

Organizational structure[edit]

Political divisions[edit]

  • Planning Division
  • School Physical Education Division
  • Sports for All Division
  • Competitive Athletics Division
  • International and Cross-Strait Sports Division
  • Sports Facilities Division

Administrative divisions[edit]

  • Secretariat
  • Personnel Office
  • Accounting Office
  • Civil Service Ethics Office

Seal[edit]

The seal of the former Sports Affairs Council consists of three different colors: blue, green, and red. The color blue represents freedom and energy, green represents development, nature, health, and harmony, and red represents passion.[1]

The shape of the seal is combined with three different elements: ume, sun, and human. The ume is used as it is the national flower of the ROC. The sun represents energy and the human represents humanity.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "行政院體育委員會會徽". Sports Affairs Council official website. Retrieved 2008-04-05. 

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