Taiwanese radio enthusiast tunes in as Chinese warplanes crowd sensitive skies

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Taiwanese radio enthusiast tunes in as Chinese warplanes crowd sensitive skies” – below is their description.

Taiwanese radio enthusiasts like Robin Hsu have been tuning in to air traffic in Taiwan’s southern skies. Hsu details the time, altitude and content of messages, then releases the recordings on a Facebook page.

Taiwan, which Beijing claims as part of China, has reported repeated Chinese air force incursions into its air defence identification zone (ADIZ), which is not territorial airspace but a broader area it monitors for threats.

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