The Monument of Spread Light Across the Land sits on the saddle of Mount Nenggao, between the northern peak of Nenggao and Mount Kahor. It is about 2,800 meters above sea level and was built in August 1953. It mainly commemorates the construction of the east-west power lines.
The monument is titled with Guang-Bei-Ba-Biao (Spread Light Across the Land) and has inscriptions that records the hardships of this project. There were originally three monuments in the same area that were erected during the Japanese occupation, respectively commending Awui Watan, the Sediq mail deliveryman who died on duty in 1918, Junsaku Nakano who died in the snow in 1921 for escorting mail on his way home, and Eitaro Maruta who fell into the cliff due to repairing a telephone pole in 1930. Unfortunately these monuments were all destroyed, and only the pedestal remains.
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