The second edition of Zhuyin symbols (Taiwanese Phonetic Symbols) stamps was created based on maps of each administrative region and local features and was launched on November 16 in response to the first set, which were quite successful when they were introduced by the Chunghwa Post Co., Ltd. in March of this year.
Chunghwa Post launches Zhuyin symbol stamps based on Taiwan’s local characteristics.Photo provided by Chunghwa Post
The racetrack in Houli, the Jiji station in Jiji, bananas in Qishan, persimmons in Xinpu, and other local characteristics are among the administrative areas and local elements shown in the second series of phonetic symbol stamps.
In Taiwan, Zhuyin symbols are a widely utilized method for learning Chinese. This stamp has value beyond just collecting. Send messages using the Zhuyin symbol stamps; you may also express your emotions in it. In Taiwan, post offices, postal museums, and the "Chunghwa Postal Stamps Mall" are available for the general public to purchase.