Taiwan Review had an excellent article on the fading of Taiwan's military villages...the photography project that he is doing is one I have long wanted to do myself:
While modern high-rises in the cities evidence Taiwan's economic development, they also conceal a fading chapter of the island's history. Somewhere in every major city there are a few communities that go by the name of military dependents' villages. While most of them have either been rebuilt into apartment buildings or become neighborhood garbage disposal sites and convenient spots for junkies to shoot up, there are a few remaining where the lifestyle of a traditional military dependents' village can still be found. So long a feature of the Taiwan cityscape, the military villages are now an endangered species, and photographer Felix Lee is trying to capture images of their way of life before they disappear forever.
Have a look...