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Home Activity Slideshow 2012-02-28 228 Taiwanese Divinities(gods) Memorial Ceremony - The Pilgrimage of 228 Memorial Park

2012-02-28 228 Taiwanese Divinities(gods) Memorial Ceremony - The Pilgrimage of 228 Memorial Park

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228 Taiwanese Divinities(gods) Memorial Ceremony - The Pilgrimage of 228 Memorial Park


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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 29 February 2012 11:02 )  

Newsflash

On Monday, the 64th anniversary of the 228 Incident, the National 228 Memorial Museum on Nanhai Road in Taipei was officially opened to the public. It matters not whether the 228 Incident is called a rebellion or an uprising, and whether this indelible event in post-war Taiwan is seen as a scar, burn or birthmark it was a tragic beginning that changed the course of Taiwanese history.

Feb. 28 has been designated a national holiday — Peace Memorial Day — and the Presidential Office, the symbol of the highest power in the land, always flies the national flag at half-mast on that date as a sign of mourning.