Taiwan has been forced to recall 200,000 new passports because they used an image of the wrong airport.
The redesigned passports mistakenly used a picture of Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia on their inner papers, instead of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
The nation's head of consular affairs resigned over the blunder and a second official was demoted.
Taiwan's foreign ministry has halted distribution of the new passports, which had already been printed at a cost of several million dollars.
The 285 passports that have already been given out are being recalled.