I found the following information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation:

  1. Дополнительные рекомендации с учетом особенностей страны

Во всех аэропортах острова, кроме тайбэйских, категорически запрещено фотографирование.

which translates to (via Google Translate):

  1. Additional recommendations based on country specifics.

At all airports of the island, except Taipei, photography is strictly prohibited.

I wasn't able to find any source for this. Is this indeed the case? If so, is there a specific reason for that?

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    I don't know about this specific rule, but typically these restrictions are due to a general ban on photography of military installations. Perhaps the Taipei airport is the only one on the island that is solely civilian. – Greg Hewgill Jul 3 '19 at 2:34
  • Given political and military sensitivities with mainland China, I wouldn't be surprised. – Michael Dodd Jul 4 '19 at 6:16

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