onsdag 3. februar 2016

Taiwan Families Receive Goodbye Letters Decades After Executions

The month before he was executed, in April 1952, Guo Ching wrote letters to his mother, wife and children to say goodbye. The letters had only 140 miles to travel, but they would take 60 years to be delivered. When his daughter finally received her father’s farewell after a protracted negotiation with Taiwan’s government, she was in her 60s, twice his age when he died. Read more