Among all the airfields built by the Japanese, fourteen were not handed over to the ROC military after WWII, according to the paper “The Takeover of the Military Sites in Taiwan after the War” by Feng-chaio Ho. Tyosyu (now Chaojhou) East Airdrome, located about four miles to the east of Tyosyu Airdrome (see above photo), was one of them.
Several Japanese airfields in souther Taiwan, including Tyosyu East, had taxiways leading to aircraft dispersal areas along the hillsides. The aircraft were probably hidden in the woods. The following is the enlarged aerial photo of Point A in the above Google satellite image. The taxiway branched into several roads into the woods.
Aerial photo of Point B:
Google Earth’s Street View shows us what Point A looks like today.