Hukou Incident
Hukou Incident (Chinese: 湖口兵變) is an attempted Coup d'état that took place on January 21, 1964 at Hukou, Hsinchu, Taiwan. During a staff meeting at the 1st Armor Division headquarter, General Chao...
Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 104
On 24 February 1969, Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 104, a short-haul flight from Kaohsiung International Airport to Taipei Songshan Airport, Taiwan using a Handley Page Dart Herald aircraft crashed...
Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 104 - Wikipedia
Taiwan Television
Taiwan Television Enterprise, Ltd. (Chinese: 台灣電視公司; pinyin: Táiwān Diànshì Gōngsī; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tâi-ôan-tiān-sī-kong-si), commonly known as TTV, is the first television broadcast station i...
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1964 Baihe earthquake
The 1964 Baihe earthquake (Chinese: 1964年白河大地震; pinyin: 1964 nián Báihé dà dìzhèn), also known as the Great Baihe earthquake, measured 6.3 local magnitude, and occurred at 20:04 CST (UTC+8) on...
1964 Baihe earthquake - Wikipedia
Republic of China at the 1960 Summer Olympics
The Republic of China (Taiwan) competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. The nation won its first ever Olympic medal. The ROC was forced to use the name "Formosa" (formerly the common Wes...
Republic of China at the 1960 Summer Olympics - Wikipedia
Republic of China legislative election, 1969
The first supplementary elections took place for the National Assembly and the Legislative Yuan in the Republic of China on 20 December 1969. Voter turnout was 54.7% and 55.0% respectively.
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Republic of China legislative election, 1969 - Wikipedia