On March 12th, a postcard came from Taiwan through postcrossing. The postcard is a drawing with a Chinese character, which I unfortunately cannot translate. She wrote a lot. At the time she wrote the postcard it was Chinese New Year. She wrote the Chinese character “Fu”. It stands for good fortune, good things come to… Read more Postcard from Taiwan – postcrossing no 68
The 60th postcard arrived on February 17th. This time the postcard came from Taiwan. It is a drawing that depicts the Boylish dress style. This includes a cap and martin boots. On the postcard is the Taiwanese melon stamp, which seems to be very common. She briefly writes about the Chinese New Year which was… Read more Postcard from Taiwan no 60
On January 19, another postcard came from Taiwan. It’s a picture of the beach at Kenting National Park. Kenting National Park is located on the Hengchun Peninsula.The postcard covered 9,456 kilometers, or 5,875 miles, in 50 days.
The 37th postcard arrived on January 16, 2021. This came from Taiwan and shows a drawing.She wrote that she liked Japanese manga like Detective Conan.She put a lot of little manga stickers on the postcard.The postcard covered 9,324 kilometers, or 5,793 miles, in sixteen days.
Another postcard came from Taiwan in mid-December 2020. The postcard shows a beautiful landscape shot from Liushidan Mountain. The mountain is 800m (2,624 feet) high. She writes on the postcard that the mountain is known for the Daylily Flower Season in August. At this time the orange daylilies are in full bloom and cover the… Read more Postcard from Taiwan Liushidan Mountain no 25
A postcard arrived from Taiwan on October 20th. It was the second postcard from the country. The postcard is quite simple with the lettering Taiwan can help with the pandemic.There are three large beautiful postage stamps on the card.The postcard covered 9,450 kilometers (5,870 miles) in eight days.
Postcard number two arrived on September 24th. The sender was from Taiwan. The postcard shows a farm near Nantou in the background mountains and forests. When he wrote the card it was 28 ° C. Many postcrossers write brief information about the weather on the postcard at the time the card was written.It took the… Read more Postcard Taiwan no 2