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The suspension only concerns the issuance of the Two-way Travel Pass to Taiwan with G endorsement (private tourism) for Mainland residents (including those abroad on tourist visas, but not for people living abroad on student visa valid longer than a year or with a residence permit). The G endorsement was on a pilot run only for residents in certain cities; ...


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I don't know about Shanghai, but Taiwan should be visa-free to US passport for a long time https://www.boca.gov.tw/cp-149-4486-7785a-2.html


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I cannot give a personal account because I have only been to Taoyuan airport (where nobody objected to me taking pictures—in fact, nobody ever objected to me taking pictures at airports even with a DSLR camera). However, I will note that Kaohsiung airport, the second-largest airport in Taiwan, advertises its observation deck for plane spotting and other ...


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Although I had not seen that exception to Taiwan, I had previously read that photographing airports is prohibited and nearly always avoid taking photos in airports but I see people do it often and there are plenty of photos of airports around. One of the few times I took photos in an airport was in Panama and I was stopped after taking 3-4 photos. They then ...


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That is not truth, visit TPE on google maps, there's thousands of pictures upload by visitors. And at least, I never heard anyone get into trouble because taking photos in air port :) update ok, you can also check other air port in Taiwan, RMQ (Taichung) KHH (Kaohsiung) or TSA (the air port actual locate in Taipei) I think making life log is totally fine, ...


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