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Use your ID as a deposit to get an audio guide for explanations in English. There are some written but no-where near as much info as the audio guide. The guide is a bit repetitive but you use sensors on the wall to move to...More
This museum is not far away from the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall. It is not very big and most of it is in Chinese. You can ask an audio-guide. We did not. If you want understand the history of Taiwan you have to visit...More
To understand the evolution of Taiwan as a modern democracy it is necessary to have some knowledge of the part that the 2-28 Incident played in Taiwan's history.
Most vistors to Taiwan, and even many Taiwanese, will immediately think of the museum in the 2-28...More
228 incident is a very tragic event in Taiwanese history. It was in the sensitive topic of debate and the cause of conflicts between the two major parties that by and large represents the two major ethnics in the island. The issue caused perennial dogfight...More
The 228 incident of 1947 and ensuing White Terror were traumatic periods for Taiwan and ones with which the island is still to fully reconcile. This museum is an important part of the healing process.
The charming Japanese colonial building houses a range of testimonies...More
this is about the dark side in Taiwan's history,but if you don't understand mandarin chinese,it's a little difficult to understand.
you can check the keyword "The February 28 Incident/The 228 Massacre " on net before you visit.
sad history and many people still gone until...More
As its name suggests, this is a museum dedicated to commemorate/educate about the unfortunate incident on February 28, 19xx and the period of white terror that followed in Taiwan (during which then then autocratic Nationalist government newly arrived from mainland China violently suppressed local dissent,...More
The original Taiwan Education Association Building was built in 1931.Its design was directed by Ide Kaoru(井手薰）, the chief engineer of the Japanese Taiwan Governor-General office civil engineering section. Its simplified geometry decoration is an excellent piece of Art Deco.
After WW II, this building was...More