In 1949, When the Chinese Civil War came to an end, Huang Jie, who was the commander of one of the units of Chiang kai-shek’s National Revolutionary Army, led the family of the soldiers, exiled students and refugees to Vietnam. Unfortunately, the French government quoted the International Law to detain the troop in the Northern Vietnam. Then, the troop was transferred to Phu Quoc Island located at the Southern-west part of Vietnam where the soldiers underwent the toughest days in this alien country. To escape from this hell, the family of the soldiers conducted hunger strike and forced the French government to transfer them to Taiwan. In 1953, the government of Phu Quoc Island started to transfer the troop to Taiwan after gaining the permission of both France and U.S. However, the troop was settled down in different quarters of the military dependent’s village. The village was full of fear. Soldiers were under the oppression and surveillance of Chiang Kai-shek who once betrayed by them.
To reveal this unreported history, Phoenix TV visited the military dependent’s village in Taiwan to dig out the truth.