For years I’ve had a series of “Operators” permits based on my American Ham License. This permit allowed me to use any Taiwan Ham’s station but not own my own equipment.
Since there are no Hams where I live, that permit was just about useless.
Last year, I was talking to a representative of the CRRL and he said that anyone with a legal permission to reside in the ROC can take the test.
He said that since Taiwanese are welcome to take the test in English in America, we are welcome to take it in Chinese with no interpretors.
I took a look at the test and nearly fainted. Where the US uses international symbols etc. on the test, the Chinese test spells every thing out in Chinese words. “O-Moo” Ohm… etc. No chance of bluffing with pictures and tables!!
Anyway… Can foreigners still take the test? Has anyone made it? Did they liberalize the rules of the reciprocal permit? :?: