Architechture 043：Former Japanese Navy Fongshan Communication Center
Following the development of high-power, longwave, long-distance wireless communication technology in the 1910s,, forming a communication network in Eastern and Southeast Asia that reflects the Japanese attempt to engage in military expansion. Initially, the Fongshan Communication Center was a large scale architecture spanning across a ring-shaped area around Shengli Road in Fongshan District today, as well as surrounding umbrella-shaped antenna-array regions. The Fongshan Communication Center was built mostly above ground. Accordingly, with many of its important construction equipment shielded by bunkers to protect them from the new artillery technology at the time. After World War II, it was repurposed as Mingde Discipline Center for the navy to interrogate detained officers and soldiers, adding another chapter to its history.