This museum dedicated to the events of the massacre of citizens by the police in 1947 and the institution of martial law in Taiwan lasting 40 years. Most of the exhibits have no English translations.
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This museum hopes to keep alive the story of up to 30k people lost/disapeared and presumed killed during a Purge of Intelligensia by Chiang Kai Shek and KMT. from late 1940's when it occurred, events, Hidden secret for many years only brought up in 1990's....More
A peace park wherein memories of those who sacrificed are being kept and remembered by its people. Its a place where they remember that freedom cost lives.
A museum dedicated to the victims of the dark past of Taiwan lacks sufficient translation for non-Taiwanese to fully appreciate. What is available in English, one can hear the pain and anger to the massacre. Purchase the English book in advance to be able to...More
I believe it is great to have a 2-28 memorial museum, especially for a city that has a whole memorial hall for the man who is responsible of 2-28 "incident". It is fine to go there and know a bit more about what happened. However,...More
Friendly staff, Refurnished broadcast-tower-turned museum have right mix of antiquity and modernness Give a detailed and accurate account of the incident Must go if interested in local history Situated right next to metro exit
This is an important part of Taiwanese history but it is documented mostly through photos of a fraction of the deceased. That's important, especially for an incident that was so long covered up, but there is really not that much else in the museum! I...More
bring your passport or you cannot get in. Very small but near other museums. Explains the events of Feb 28th and the early stages of post Japanese, Chinese occupation of Taiwan.