An update to yesterday’s post: Taiwan has recently stopped using the controversial U.N. stamp on its mail, though senders who still wish to use it may request to do so.
Taiwan slammed China for refusing to accept letters stamped with a controversial “U.N. for Taiwan” postmark, but the postal service said it would stop using the logo unless asked for it.
…As part of a campaign this year to win U.N. membership, Taiwan Post began putting “U.N. for Taiwan” postmarks on letters as well as on trains, in public plazas and on store receipts. [Full text]