Historic Keelung at the northern tip of Taiwan overlooks Formosa's premier semitropical natural deep-water harbor amid extinct volcanic mountains crowning the only part of the island reputed to be free of earthquake faults.
See Keelung's charms for yourself: http://videolike.org/view/yt=%7C$1xfr8go,N
First-Class License; CTARL Life Member; Active 160m-70cm.
You can check to see if you are in the BV1EK log: http://www.clublog.org/logsearch/BV1EK
BV1EK can no longer confirm most SWL QSL requests, so save your eQSL requests, cards and return postage. Open Internet access to part or all of many ham logs via such platforms as clublog.org, QRZ.com, HRDLOG.net or various contest sponsor websites now rule out considering the presentation of call letters, date, band, mode, time or even contest exchange as sufficient evidence of having actually copied a particular HF QSO, even when supplemented by similar information about the preceding or following QSO.
SWLing is a wonderful hobby, most deserving of support and affirmation; however, verification of your hard efforts is unfortunately subject to an unprecended degree of critical scrutiny due to the information realities of the 21st century, if such reception confirmations are to be meaningful at all. Accordingly, hereafter, only SWL QSL requests supported by clear and accurate information about the content of a particular QSO as transmitted from BV1EK that could not have been learned from public log sources will be considered candidates for confirmation via electronic or paper means.
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