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The Yushan Range, also known as Jade Mountain Range, is located the central-southern region of Taiwan spanning over Chiayi County, Kaohsiung City and Nantou County. Its highest point "Yushan main" rises up to 3'952 m.

Other mountains/chains of the range are known as Dongxiaonanshan (3'744 m), Nanyushan (3'383 m) Badongguanshan (3'245 m), Jundashan (3'265 m), Yushan Forward Peak (3'239 m), Xiluandashan (3'081 m) and Lushan (2'981 m).

 

Chian Taiwan Yu Shan Niitaka stamp timbre issued by Japan 1923  Taiwan Yu Shan stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli issued Japan 1923

Japan 1923, "Crown Prince Hirohito's visit to Taiwan"
The stamps are showing the Yushan.

note: the higher value of the Japanese stamps, showing the Jushan, is also depicted as illustration on a miniaturesheet of the series "In Memorian Shōwa Emperor Hirohito 1901 – 1989", issued by Bhutan 1990.

 

Taiwan 1977
Yu Shan in the background.
The stamp was issued in the series "Uprising of the people of Taiwan".

 

 

Taiwan 2000
Chen Shui-bian (*1951) und Lu Hsiu-lien (*1944).
Chen Shui-bian, President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) from 2000 to 2008.
Lu Hsiu-lien, Vice President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) from 2000 to 2008.
Yushan in the background.

The stamp was issued in the series "Inauguration of the new President and Vice President".

 

Taiwan 2000 Yu Shan stamp

Taiwan 2000, Yu Shan.
The stamp was issued in the series "Seasons".

 

Mozambique 2015
The Yushan is depicted on the stamp.
The stamp was issued in the series "Taipei — 30th Asian International Stamp Exhibition".
note: the illustration of a miniaturesheet of this series shows Yushan as well.



Taiwan 2018 Jade mountain Yu Shan stamp
Taiwan 2018, A Choir on the summit Mount Jade (Yu Shan).
The stamp was issued in the series "Taiwan from the Air".