captions 4. Who is this official and what were her controversial welfare proposals? 3. Why is this Greenpeace activist sitting on a Japanese ship's anchor while it is moored in the New Caledonian port of Noumea? 1. Former justice minister Ma Ying-jeou, 48, gained 766,377 votes, helping to consolidate the ruling Kuomintang Party's control after island-wide elections. 2. They were paying homage in front of the ruins of the Bahay Kalinga orphanage, where 24 children died in a pre- dawn fire last week. At least five other people died in the blaze. 3. The environmental activist was chained to the anchor of whaling ship Kyo Maru as part of attempts to prevent it leaving port to resume its whale hunt in the southern Pa cific. Others chained themselves to the harpoon and a group of divers chained and locked the ship's propeller. 4. Secretary for Health and Welfare Katherine Fok Lo Siu- ching unveiled a plan, wherby more than 20,000 jobless people will have to do community work or risk losing their benefits. Special subsidies for the unemployed, low-income groups and single-parent families are to be scrapped. 5. The hawkers were protesting after the death of a 76- year-old jade hawker who set himself on fire in court after his goods were confiscated. This prompted a Government rethink about the confiscation of offenders' property. 6. The urn held the ashes of crime boss Cheung Tze-keung, 43, who was executed by Guangzhou authorities, along with four members of his gang.