According to the coordinates printed directly on this photo of my late son Kelvin here:
...and the Exif data from the .jpg:
GPSLatitudeRef: N GPSLatitude: 24, 58, 34.6 GPSLongitudeRef: E GPSLongitude: 121, 19, 37.768
...he was in Taiwan on Jan. 5, 2012 (two and a half months before he died).
However, I don't think he was ever in Taiwan, or anywhere near there. Is there any explanation for why a camera would generate the wrong coordinates? Maybe the whole thing is "messed up" because the supposed date of the image, as indicated by all the Exif data extractable:
GPSLatitudeRef: N GPSLatitude: 24, 58, 34.6 GPSLongitudeRef: E GPSLongitude: 121, 19, 37.768 Software: HTC Laputa Browser DateTime: 2012:05:10 18:28:30
...indicates the picture was taken 5/10/2012, but he died 3/17/2012.
I can imagine the date of the camera being off as more likely than the calibration of the coordinates, though. The Bing map for "No. 23, Xinghua Rd, Taoyuan City Taoyuan County, Taiwan 330" (which is what I see when I enter "24° 58' 34.60" N, 121° 19' 37.77" E" into my browser).
The "software" entry from the Exif data says "HTC Laputa Browser", and the map does show a couple of "HTC"s on the map, whatever that is. I'm intrigued and confused. Can anybody shed any light on this?