Chunghwa Post (Taiwan Post) is the official state postal service in Taiwan. Until 2003, Taiwan Post belonged to the Ministry of Transport and Communications. Then it separated and became independent corporation, but still under the leadership of the Taiwanese government. Earlier, Taiwan's mail was a part of the Universal Postal Union, like many other national mail, but was replaced by China Post later. An interesting fact is that international parcels do not go directly from Taiwan to the recipient country, but are delivered through cooperation with other postal services in the world. Typically, Taiwan Post uses Japan or China Post Services to deliver international parcels.
In major cities in Taiwan, collection of letters from mailboxes occurs more than 6 times a day. This allows the company to deliver letters around the city within a few hours, and delivery to other cities on the next day.
Until 2007, the state postal service was called the Chunghwa Post Co, which means China Post. Then, the president decided to change the name to "Taiwan Post Co." Due to the fact that people fell in love with the first name, and got used to it, rallies were held in the country on this occasion. And in 2008, the new president returned the name and logo back. After that, everything became as usual, and the Taiwan Post took on a modern look.
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