Taiwan Tati Cultural and Educational Foundation

 
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home Activity Slideshow 2018-06-12 One Country on Each Side, Barrel-Hooping(Binding) Love Association from Kaohsiung Visit Holy Mountain

2018-06-12 One Country on Each Side, Barrel-Hooping(Binding) Love Association from Kaohsiung Visit Holy Mountain

E-mail Print PDF

One Country on Each Side, Barrel-Hooping(Binding) Love Association from Kaohsiung Visit Holy Mountain
 

Get the Flash Player to see this rotator.


One Country on Each Side, Barrel-Hooping(Binding) Love Association from Kaohsiung Visit Holy Mountain


More on Photo Gallery of Tati website(Hanzi)



Add this page to your favorite Social Bookmarking websites
Reddit! Del.icio.us! Mixx! Google! Live! Facebook! StumbleUpon! Facebook! Twitter!  
Last Updated ( Saturday, 23 June 2018 21:31 )  

Newsflash

The Taipei 228 Memorial Museum is reopening its doors to the public this morning after a 10-month renovation, but its efforts to reveal the truth of the 228 Incident met with challenges as pro--independence activists and family members of the incident’s victims yesterday accused the museum of glorifying the acts of the then-government and distorting the truth with its selection of documents.

The renovated interior design and the documents on display in the permanent exhibition, they said, turned the museum into a bright and beautiful hall that reflected little of the tragic event, and described the then-Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) regime’s bloody crackdown on demonstrators in 1947 as the government’s exercise of authority.