German Amateur Radio Club conducted the special transmission of program called Radio DARC (DARC stands for Deutscher Amateur Radio Club) during the 24th IARU Region 1 General Conference held in Landshut, Germany in last September. I heard Radio DARC on 9790kHz transmitted from Moosbrunn of Austria, and submitted reception report by E-mail. Today, I received p/d QSL letter from Rainer Englert, DF2NU. Also blank QSL's of Radio DARC and DF2NU were received.
From September to December, Radio Free Asia issues the anniversary QSL "sheet". To complete the sheet, I have sent 6 different reports - some people gets the sheet after sending 4 different reports at the same time.
Last June, I heard Urdu program of Adventist World Radio (AWR) on 15440kHz at 1400-1430UTC that was relayed from Moosbrunn, Austria. I mailed the reception report to AWR office in UK, and received QSL.
Vietnamese service of Adventist World Radio (AWR) at 0100-0200UTC is relayed from Tamsui, Taiwan on 15445kHz every Saturday. Usually AWR program starts with English announcement "This is Adventist World Radio, Voice of Hope", but 15445kHz transmission starts without English announcement. I submitted reception report to AWR office in Thailand, and received f/d QSL. Transmitter site was given as "TAI" - I do not know what "TAI" stands for.
Radio Mi Amigo International conducted high-powered special transmission on 11845kHz at 1700-1900UTC on September 24. I checked the recorded audio clip of 11845kHz at 1700-1900UTC, and found that, although signal was almost sub-threshold level, vocal selections and announcement by male DJ could be noted occasionally. One of the vocal selection as Masterpiece by Temptations. I have e-mailed the audio file to ask whether program I heard was from Radio Mi Amigo. Today I received QSL card (time was mentioned as 17-19UTC). Although the contact address of the station was in Spain, QSL was mailed from Germany. I do not know the transmitter site of 11845kHz, but some hobby references indicated that they broadcast from Armenia. They have a plan to have high-powered transmission at the end of October.
In Taichung, I heard 城市廣播電台 (Cheng Shih BS) on 92.9MHz. This station belongs to Goldfm network - other stations are Taipei (台北健康電台) on 90.1MHz, Miaoli (大苗栗廣播電台) on 98.3 and Tainan (台南知音廣播電台) on 97.1MHz.