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Beishan Broadcasting Wall

北山播音牆

Updated:2019-11-15

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Highlights

You can go into the broadcasting room.

Old audio recordings which were broadcast from here in the 1970s are played every day.

Introduction

A real "wall of sound", this structure was part of this side's cross-strait psychological warfare efforts. Every day, the popular female Taiwanese singer Deng Li-Jun broadcast to audiences 25 kilometers away in China. Her opening remarks "Dear compatriots in Mainland China, I am Deng Li-Jun", were followed by music, announcements and propaganda.
Beishan Broadcasting Wall
Not surprisingly, this distinctive structure (and the associated Mashan Broadcasting and Observation Station) were frequently targeted. The hive-like reinforced concrete wall of 48 speakers still faces the ocean and broadcasts (though no longer at full volume!) at the following times:
09:00-09:45
10:30-11:00
13:00-13:30
14:00-14:30
15:00-15:45
16:00-16:30
Beishan Broadcasting Wall
Today, the Beishan Broadcasting Wall's a great place to take a selfie as well as hear and see a little-known side of the cross-straits conflict.

Information

Address Nearby Beishan Cliff, Jinning Township, Kinmen County Taiwán, R.O.C

Opening Hours Open all day

Admission charge Free

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Viewing platform

Recommended length of visit

0.5-1hr

Directions

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