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During the 1910s, Japanese colonists erected a massive prison in Taipei and another one in Tainan as part of the move to suppress the anti-colonial uprisings that were intensifying across Taiwan. In a style common among 19th century correctional...more
The side wall of Chunghwa Telecom_s office on Jinshan S. Rd., Taipei 106, Taiwan
Within walking distance from mrt station DongMen. As the name suggested, it’s a wall and nothing else. Before the wall is a small park with benches to rest those tired legs. However the absence of shades make the place unbearably hot on a sunny day....More
It may just be a wall, but it is also a wall of significant historical value. It is the wall of the now defunct Taipei Prison, where many lives were needlessly lost, during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan during WW II. This wall honours those.