Other than Lai heading the MAC, there are a few cabinet posts of note. The Taipei Times reports:
Other appointees announced yesterday include National Chi Nan University president Chang Chin-fu (張進福) and former education minister Ovid Tseng (曾志朗), both of whom will be ministers without portfolio.
Former deputy defense minister Chen Chao-min (陳肇敏) will return as minister of national defense.
Former National Chengchi University president Cheng Jui-cheng (鄭瑞城) will take over the Ministry of Education, while Lee Shu-te (李述德), director of the Taipei City Government secretariat, will head the Ministry of Finance.
Former deputy representative to Australia Vanessa Shih (史亞平) was nominated to be Cabinet spokeswoman and Government Information Office (GIO) minister, while former deputy finance minister Gordon Chen (陳樹) will head the Financial Supervisory Commission.
Former Taipei City Government Laws and Regulations director Cheng Ching-hsiu (陳清秀) was made head of the Central Personnel Administration and Chou Kung-hsin (周�?, chairwoman of the Graduate Institute of Museum Studies at Fu Jen Catholic University, will lead the National Palace Museum.
Former director of the Veterans Affairs Commission Kao Hua-chu (高華柱) will take charge of the commission again.
Tsai Chuen-horng (蔡春鴻), former president of National Tsing Hua University’s Nuclear Science and Technology Development Center, was appointed director of the Atomic Energy Council, while National Central University president Lee Lou-chuang (李羅權) will become director of the National Science Council.
Jiang Yi-hua (江宜樺), a political science professor at National Taiwan University, will take over the Research, Development and Evaluation Commission, while Huang Pi-twan (黃碧端), former president of the Tainan National University of the Arts, was made director-general of the Council for Cultural Affairs.
Former deputy Taoyuan County commissioner Fan Liang-hsiu (范良鏽) will be in charge of the Public Construction Commission, while Tai Hsia-ling (戴遐齡), a professor of physical education, will lead the Sports Affairs Council.
KMT spokesman Huang Yu-chen (黃玉振) will become director of the Council for Hakka Affairs.