20 May 1996

  • Chen Lifu stepped down as a senior advisor to the President of the Republic of China. ww2dbase [Chen Lifu | Taichung | CPC]
8 Feb 2001

  • Chen Lifu passed away at the China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan Province, Republic of China at about 2050 hours. ww2dbase [Chen Lifu | Taichung | CPC]
5 Mar 2004

  • Civilian flights of Taichung Shuinan Airport were relocated to the nearby Taichung Cingcyuankang Airport. ww2dbase [Taichu Airfield | Taichung | CPC]
  • Taichung Cingcyuankang Airport in central Taiwan became the main civilian airport for the city. ww2dbase [Taichu West Airfield | Taichung | CPC]
22 Dec 2007

  • Control of the Shuinan Airfield was turned over from the Republic of China Ministry of Defense to the city of Taichung in central Taiwan. ww2dbase [Taichu Airfield | Taichung | CPC]
15 Nov 2011

Photo(s) dated 15 Nov 2011
Japanese defensive structure at the former Taichu Airfield, Taichung, Taiwan, 15 Nov 2011

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis

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