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This was only $20twd to go inside and the museum was very quiet and informative. The start and the end had lots of English translations but the middle part did not do I had to google after leaving to find out what I missed, but...More
I think there should be a more concerted effort to recapture the events of Taiwan's past. Most was in English and I tried to follow but left after a few minutes. I think it would be a very interesting history to know about. Take the...More
The history of the 228 incident seemed interesting to me, so I decided to pay a quick visit to this museum. They provide an English leaflet and a few captions are in English. It seemed to me that the exhibits were presented in a very...More
If you want to understand a little more of Taiwan's troubled history the museum is an excellent place to learn about the 228 Massacre. Much of the information is in traditional Chinese, but there are some sections in English and an audio guide is available...More
This museum used to be the local radio station, and is important because it is an attempt to inform people about the events of February 28, 1947 and the aftermath, in which the authoritarian regime of Chiang Kai-shek imposed and administered martial law on citizens...More