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P.O.BOX 27-16,
Tainan County 71799,



TB because Vietnam is no longer.

For a Việt Nam free of tuberculosis F.D.C

Tuberculosis is Mycobacterium Tuberculosis infection, most commonly in the lungs but can also affect other parts of the body. Currently, TB is the most common, affecting more than 1/3 of the world population, with 9 million new cases each year, causing 2 million deaths, mostly in developing countries.
In 2012, the Ministry of Health will have many activities to commemorate World TB Day, the 130th anniversary of Dr. Robert Koch found TB bacilli (1882-2012), 55 years of Tuberculosis Prevention Program in Vietnam and Review 2007-2011 & 2012-2015 phase activity oriented.
The stamp was born the practical activities of the Post Vietnam to contribute propagate and enhance the sense of community in the prevention and control of tuberculosis in Vietnam


On 24-03-2012, the Ministry of Information and Communications issue special stamps "For Vietnam no longer Tuberculosis" consisting of 1 sample, 2,000.

Background stamps dither soft blue of the sky and the green of the bamboo healthy environment, peace of Vietnam. Image of the stamp is the logo of The National TB program scales for the two images to bring important issues to Vietnam no longer TB now and forever "regular health check" and " children vaccinated against TB. "
Content can stamp out the idea of ​​a peaceful country Vietnam happiness, all the people were attentive health care and tuberculosis soon be wiped out in the territory of Vietnam.
Stamp by the author Tran Ngoc Park (former painter Stamp Company) and Do Tuan order (painter Vietnam Post and Telecommunications Corporation) designs.


Date of issue (day - month - year) :24-03-2012

Designer :Trần Ngọc Uyển, Đỗ Lệnh Tuấn
Printing process :Offset multicoloured

Location of issue :Hà Nội

issue postmark
(FD postmark 1016 :   Hà Nội)



100th Anniversary of the Alishan Forest Railway Commemorative Souvenir Sheet

Commemorative Envelope (Locality cover)

Commemorative Envelope

First Day Entire Cover

Alishan, with its beautiful natural scenery and rich ecological resources, is a world famous tourist destination. The Beimen to Erwanping section of Alishan Forest Railway officially opened to traffic on December 25, 1912. Along with the mountain’s sacred trees, sunrise, sunset, and sea of clouds, the railway is one of the “Five Wonders of Alishan.” The Alishan Forest Railway was once a very busy train track because of logging on the mountain. With changes to Taiwan’s economic structure, the railway’s role has shifted from a transporter of lumber to a cultural asset with its scenic spots and historical architecture dating from a century ago. To mark the 100th anniversary of the opening of the railway, Chunghwa Post will issue a souvenir sheet.
Commemorative postmark

Temporary post office datemark
The souvenir sheet has a bright color scheme with mountains and a route map in the background. Four different trains are featured. One of the two stamps features one train pulled by a No.31 steam engine passing through flowering cherry trees (NT$25); and the other, headed by a diesel engine, is coming out of the No.1 tunnel (NT$5). Elsewhere on the sheet there is a train on the No.13 Bridge over the Niuchou River and a train being pulled by the No. 25 steam engine. With its images of trains traversing the forest, the sheet is imbued with a great sense of dynamism. The beautiful golden emblem on the upper left corner signifies the railway’s glorious service over the last hundred years.
A stamp pictorial will go on sale on December 25, 2011, the issuing date of the stamps. The pictorial comprises one souvenir sheet, an NT$5 denominated Alishan stamp of the Personal Greeting Stamps – Travel in Taiwan, a silver foil and a set of 6 postal cards.


Return to sender from Zimbabwe.

Chinese Classic Novel “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms

Chunghwa Post previously issued three sets of stamps in its Chinese Classic Novel “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” series. The first three sets were released on April 12, 2000, April 4, 2002; and June 23, 2005 respectively. Now it is following up with a fourth set and a souvenir sheet, featuring Shooting An Arrow at the Halberd beside the Gate of the Camp,” “Commenting on Heroes over Wine,” “Zhou Yu’s Anger at Being Tricked by Zhuge Liang Three Times,” and “Holding Meng Huo Captive Seven Times.”

Return to sender from Iran,Yazd.

Roller postmark

Handstruck postmark

Taiwan has among the highest density of ferns in the world and has been touted as the Kingdom of Ferns. To introduce the beauty of ferns, Chunghwa Post is issuing a set of four stamps and a souvenir sheet featuring Asplenium nidus, Cyathea spinulosa, Cyathea lepifera, and Cibotium taiwanense.The denominations are as follows:
 Asplenium nidus (臺灣巢蕨)
-Commonly known as the bird's-nest fern in English, its long slender fronds are layered and form a nest-like clump at its short fat rhizome. It is a large epiphytic fern and can usually be found growing on tree trunks. It is a common ornamental garden plant.
Cyathea spinulosa (臺灣桫欏)
The plant is commonly known as the Taiwan tree fern in English. Its trunk is about five meters high, and its fronds are oval-shaped. New green fronds are upright and radiate from the crown, while the old fronds bend downward to form a leave skirt. This shade tolerant tree is common in mid- and low-elevation regions of the island.
Cyathea lepifera (筆筒樹)
This fern is known as the common tree fern in English. It usually produces a single straight trunk up to a height of eight meters. Its fronds are large and form a clump at the crown. When an old frond falls, it will leave an obvious mark on the trunk where it once attached. It is a representative tree species in the subtropical areas of Taiwan.
Cibotium taiwanense (臺灣金狗毛蕨)
This fern’s short, thick rhizome is densely covered with golden hairs and bears a crown of fronds. The base of its pinna is asymmetrical, and there are two to three pinnules less on the side closer to the ground. This terrestrial plant can only be found in Taiwan.


寄日本熊本(Sends Japan )


台灣寄日本沖繩(Taiwan send Japan-Okinawa )


                      日本風景戳(Japan scenery poke )

Belonging to the family Lucanidae, order Coleoptera, and class Insecta, stag beetles have large heads and flat bodies. They are called "shovel-shaped bugs" in Chinese because their elytra look like shovels.
The stamps were planned by Mr. Yang Ping-shih, a professor of the Department of Entomology, National Taiwan University.