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Taiwan : Taipei 2017 Summer Universiade A total of eight stamps will be featured, with four priced at NT$5 (£0.13/$0.16/€0.14) and the remaining half costing NT$15 (£0.38/$0.49/€0.42).The stamps will feature the eight most popular sports the host nation will compete … Continue reading
Taiwan and Paraguay issued a set of 2 stamps to mark the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between both the countries. The stamps depict the two countries’ presidential office buildings and national flags with the number 60, … Continue reading
By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie. On February 23th 2017 two new postmarks are available in Taiwan (Republic of China) for use on one day only. Both postmarks are featuring a rooster and a hen.
By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie The postmark is featuring a rooster and a hen. It´s for the year of the rooster and for philatelic use for this day(23rd February 2017) only.
2017 is the Chinese Year of the rooster and begins on January 28th. The rooster is the tenth animal in the Chinese zodiac. Korea Issue Date:1 December 2016 Aland Issue Date:11 November 2016 Taiwan NT$3.5 stamp: “The Golden Cock Proclaiming Joy” is … Continue reading
By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie Taiwan has issued four stamps on corals on 14th July 2016.Four different pictorial postmarks featuring the following corals:Euphylia ancora, Fungia taiwanensis , Scleronephthya gracilium and Anella mollis. … Continue reading
Chinese Paintings on Tea Tea Grinding, by Liu Songnian from the Song dynasty; Hanging scroll (NT$5): The stamp takes a portion of the left side of the painting, which captures how tea was made in the Song dynasty. One hand-mills … Continue reading
In the Republic of China’s 14th presidential and vice presidential elections, Tsai Ing-wen was elected president and Chen Chien-jen was elected vice president. In celebration and as an expression of respect for our nation’s leaders, Chunghwa Post will be releasing … Continue reading
Chinese Postal Service was officially launched on 20th March 1896 and has been successfully working till today. To commemorate this occasion, Chunghwa Post releases a souvenir sheet containing two original stamps depicting vintage mailbox and bicycle.