Radio Free Asia (RFA) issued special QSL celebrating 30th annual winter SWL Fest for reception of RFA at March 3-9. I heard Laotian service on 13685kHz that was radiated from Saipan on March 5, and special QSL card arrived today.
Radio Nikkei on 3925kHz is transmitted from both Nagara, Chiba and Nemuro. From April 12 to May 2, the transmitter of 3925kHz at Nagara has been off the air due to transmitter maintenance. Thus, R Nikkei on 3925kHz is now only transmitted from Nemuro. I heard R Nikkei on 3925kHz on April 12, and submitted the reception report. Today I received their QSL - unfortunately they did not mention the transmitter site.
The Voice of the Report of the Week (VORW) conducted the test transmission towards East Asia on 12085kHz from Tashkent at 1200-1300UTC on March 9. The reception condition was not so good at the beginning of transmission, but improved around the end of the transmission. I submitted the reception report with audio clip, and received f/d e-QSL. They also conducted the test transmission on 5850kHz from WRMI at 1000-1100UTC on March 2, 9 and 16 - barely audible here in my location.
One of easy-to-hear subcontinental station is All India Radio on 9865kHz. This channel carrys "Vividh Bharati" program and can be heard with fair to good condition around 1400. I e-mailed the reception report, and received f/d QSL card showing building of AIR Kolkata.
Last May, Shortwave service conducted the special transmission with program of "Radio Menschen und Geschichten" on 17760kHz from Armenia. I could hear their program with weak signal. I submitted the reception report by e-mail with audio clip and postal mail. Toady, I received 2 f/d QSL.