Mazu Nangan Meishi officer special tea room.

(Photo by reporter Chen Yufu)

The Meishi Special Tea Room also plans the Qingchuang Base to provide the possibility of dialogue between the obscure history and the contemporary

[Reporter Chen Yufu / Mazu reported] After Mazu was relieved of the government affairs in the battlefield, he developed tourism with Blue Tears and military strongholds in recent years. Subsidized Lianjiang County to restore the special tea room for sergeants in Meishi, Nangan.

The Lianjiang County Government has planned to use it as a Qingchuang base, and part of the space is used as a backpacking inn. Through the "Reconstruction of the Historical Site" project, it provides the possibility of a dialogue between the obscure history and the contemporary.

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In order to solve the problem of the needs of frontline soldiers, the Ministry of National Defense formulated the "Interim Measures for the Establishment of Military Paradise" in 1952, and began to pilot the "Military Paradise", commonly known as "August 3", which was specially designed for military officers and military personnel. Soldiers provide sexual services. After a two-year trial, the Ministry of National Defense officially legalized the "Paradise in the Military".

In 1955, the Kuomintang Women's Union questioned that the "Paradise" would mislead children. In 1957, the military revised the "Implementation Measures for the Establishment of Special Tea Room", and the General's Paradise was renamed "Special Tea Room".

During the Cold War, as the anti-communist front line of the Matsu Islands, Nangan had two specially appointed tea rooms for officers and soldiers. Xiju and Dongju are called "special tea rooms".

Until 1992, when Mazu was relieved of government affairs on the battlefield, and influenced by social changes and public opinion, the special teahouses were closed one after another.

According to the "Tea Room Management Rules", the entertainment time of the reception department shall not exceed 40 minutes each time, and the entertainment fares are charged separately for officers and soldiers.

The health examination certificate of the "waiter staff" should be hung in a conspicuous place in the reception department. The working hours are in principle from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, excluding Juguang's day off and menstrual period leave, each working 24 days a month, Limit six times a day.

Xie Kaixiang, deputy director of the Cultural Office of Lianjiang County Government, pointed out that Dameishi used to be the most lively place in Matsu, with tens of thousands of officers and soldiers. The place where Nangan soldiers spend their holiday shopping.

In order to prevent the soldiers from causing trouble, there were military police stationed in the special tea room in the past.

Xie Kaixiang introduced that the special tea room in Meishi is divided into two parts: officers and soldiers. The special tea room for officers is higher in terrain, and the room is larger with a toilet. There are exhibitions and red umbrellas on the first floor, and the second floor will be a backpacking inn in the future.

The soldier's special tea room is set up below, with facilities such as an air-raid shelter and a "waiter staff" bathhouse. The restoration has been completed as a Qingchuang base.

At present, the door and stairs of the special tea room remain intact. The couplets are inscribed "A man serves the battlefield" and "A little girl devotes himself to serving the country". There is a "Magpie Bridge" connecting the tea room and the training center, which is quite special.

In recent years, the central government has subsidized Lianjiang County to restore the special tea room for officers and soldiers in Meishi, Nangan, with a forward-looking budget.

At present, it is planned to set up an exhibition on the first floor, with red umbrellas hanging over the atrium, and the second floor will be used as a backpacking inn.

(Photo by reporter Chen Yufu)