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To disseminate information about archives and promote the application of archives, NAA published "Archives LOHAS" No.1 on July 16, 2007, and since then has continued to publish and deliver it by email in the middle of each month, actively informing the public about NAA policies and services, the availability of access to archives, NAA activities, and new knowledge concerning archives. Subscribe to Archives LOHAS
Article Title
The Wonders of Salt: Diverse Applications of Salt(NO. 188)
Xiluo Bridge: the Biggest Bridge in the Far East in Taiwan(NO. 187)
The Development of Kinmen Fishermen' Association and Fisheries during the Martial Law Period(No. 186)
Association of East Asian Relations: the Pivot for a Bond of Friendship between Taiwan and Japan(No. 185)
Crystal Memories of Salt: The Dynamic Development of Post-war Salt Industry in Taiwan(No. 184)
The Golden Horse Awards: 60th Anniversary of Taiwan's Cinema Industry(No. 183)
Win Honor for the Country: The Little League of Taipei City Won the World Championship(No. 182)
Operation and Transformation: From China Merchants Steam Navigation Company to Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation(No. 181)
From Vertical to Horizontal: The Issuance and Transformations of New Taiwan Dollar Banknotes(No. 180)
Up into the Sky: Diamond Jubilee of Hualien Airport(No. 179)
The World-shaking Event Regarding the Soviet Tanker "Tuapse"(No. 178)
Pepsi with Ice Cubes: A Letter that Kicked off the Market(No. 177)
Tang Eng Iron Works Co.: Witnessing the Progress on Privatization of the State Owned Enterprises(No. 176)
The Golden Days: When Taiwanese Canned Pineapple were Hailed as the Global Sensation(No. 175)
Landmarks in Changhua--Baguashan Great Buddha and the Scenic Area(No. 174)
Exploring Archives・Archivists(No. 173)
From Eating More to Eat Better- Eight Decades in Discovering the Taste of Taiwan(No. 172)
Running for 70 Years : The Construction and Industry Trends of the Neiwan Line(No. 171)
Chungyuan Pu Tu and the French Military Cemetery in Keelung(No. 170)
Never Give Up, Tainan Giants Little League Baseball Team(No. 169)
Railway Tourism: Rollouts of TRA's Tourist Trains(No. 168)
Turning Scrap Iron into Gold: from Shipwreck Salvaging Area to the Kingdom of Old Ship Demolition (No. 167)  
Zhunghua Shopping Yard: Witnessed Prosperous Years in Greater Taipei (No. 166)   
The 50th Anniversary of the Penghu Great Bridge (No. 165)   
60th Anniversary of Qingjing Farm  (No. 164)
The History of U.S. Troops Stationed in Taiwan (No. 163)  
 Tiu Keng Leng in Hong Kong – Economic Relief and Refugee Aid from the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (No. 162)  
Taiwan Set Sail—100-years Developement of the South and North Ports(No.160)The Evolution of Sugar Industry in Taiwan – from Making Sugar to Manufacturing Confectionery (No. 161)  
Taiwan Set Sail—100-years Developement of the South and North Ports(No.160)
Formosa—Taiwan's Tourism Industry (No.159)
Uncover the Secret History of Dadan Island (No.158)
Taiwan Sugar Industry's Foreign Aid and Technical Assistance to other Countries (No.157)
Cholera Eradication in Taiwan in 1962 and the Trade with Japan(No.156)
Mountain and River Landscape—Chenching Lake from Industry to Tourism(No.155)
The Railway Department Office Marks 100 Years(No.154)
The War of Bacteria—International Cooperation and Preventation of the Plague (No. 153)
China Airlines—From Military Management to Customer-oriented Services(No.152)
Multiple Products of Sugar Industry(No.151)
Development of Container Shipping in Taiwan(1960-1980)(No.150)
A Key Element to Victory of the Guningtou Battle(No.149)
A Nationwide Sugar Railways Network(No.148)
Glorious Past of the Agenna Shipyard(No.147)
The 87 Floods and Homeland Rehabilitation(No.146)
Kaohsiung to Become Special Municipality(No.145)
Exchange 4 thousand for 1-Issue and Circulation of New Taiwan Dollar(No.144)
New Urban Face—Transform 3 wheeled vehicles into 4 wheeled vehicles (No.143)
Interpret Book Without Words- Geological Survey and Geologic Map of Taiwan (No.142)
Conservation and Tourism—National Parks in Taiwan (No.141)
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and its Surrounding Transport System (No.140)
National Treasures—Artifact Collection of National Palace Museum were Transported to Taiwan Separately (No.139)
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