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Taiwan is working to digitize the blueprints of railway stations built by Japan during its 50-year colonial rule of the island, the Taiwanese Ministry of Culture announced Wednesday.

Yang Tzu-pao, deputy minister of culture, told a news conference that the digital images of the design drawings will be stored on cloud servers at the National Railway Museum, which is scheduled to open in about two years.

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