the "national uniform" uniforms everywhere In the 35th year of the Republic of China, in addition to the announcement of the uniforms for students above high school, there was another order that was also worth noting: "Taiwan Provincial Chief Executive Office Education Office: Students are not allowed to wear military uniforms": "Students everywhere wear grass yellow military uniforms... It has been found that it is very easy to disorganize the uniform and damage the military's appearance." In order to enable Taiwanese who have not learned Mandarin to abide by the regulations, the order has even been issued in Japanese.
Why do students wear job email list military uniforms? Were there really so many retired student soldiers back then? Here I have to mention what Taiwanese students wore before the Nationalist government came to Taiwan. In 1939, Japan promulgated the "School Students and Children's Clothing Control Niguansulu" to unify the dress of all primary and middle school students in Taiwan, and in response to the wartime system of the Sino-Japanese War, the overall clothing design is similar to the "National People's clothing" issued by the Army Armed Services Association. There were also many colleges or colleges that adopted such wartime "national uniforms" as the school uniforms at that time. In the 1940s, Taiwan's ready-to-wear industry was not yet developed, and all clothing had to be made to order.
Coupled with the lack of materials after the war, both fabrics and clothing were precious resources. Therefore, even after graduation and facing a transfer of power, uniforms are still one of the clothing choices. In addition, during the war, the Japanese government also developed a series of "national uniforms" as popular wartime clothing. Not only students, but also the public would wear national uniforms similar to uniforms. Whether it is "national uniform" or student uniform, the color is mostly unified as "national defense color" because of the war, which is today's khaki. The students' uniforms also feature leggings, which look very similar to the "grass yellow" military uniforms of the Nationalist government.