It's been awhile since I've posted much, but I have to share this with everyone.
I can't begin to imagine how rare something like this is. It is part of an envelope, sent from someone in Newcastle to a Sergeant at the Taiwan POW camp. The man's name on the paper is N. Streeting, but after a little research, I discovered he was Norman H. Streeting of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps. He was born around 1919 and died in 1999. His name is confirmed as a POW there through the powtaiwan.org website and was at the Taihoku camp #6 located on the north side of the island.
I have never seen letters or things sent to Japanese camps, usually just some things coming from them. I don't know how this would have survived. It was in a large collection of CBI theater items I will be selling in the upcoming weeks.