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181 2019-01-19 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 250
182 2019-01-19 Tati(Daixde) Zhenhai Guild Hall Year-end Cleaning Administrator 217
183 2019-01-13 Visit the Monument of Wu Niu Lan(烏牛欄) Battle Administrator 263
184 2019-01-13 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 237
185 2019-01-12 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 226
186 2019-01-07 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual and Bakery Shop(ㄆㄤ店) Year-end Cleaning Administrator 228
187 2019-01-06 Tati(Daixde) Hall Dec 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 280
188 2019-01-05 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō(台灣神道) Tsan-ta(贊塔) Practitioner Arbor Memorial Administrator 249
189 2019-01-05 Hualien Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Cleaning Administrator 281
190 2019-01-05 Keelung Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Cleaning Administrator 251
191 2018-12-31 Holy Mountain - Pray and Ring 228 Freedom Bell Countdown to the New Year Administrator 235
192 2018-12-31 Northen Taichung Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Cleaning Administrator 282
193 2018-12-30 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Year-end Cleaning Administrator 215
194 2018-12-30 Taichung Tati(Daixde) Headquarters Year-end Cleaning Administrator 215
195 2018-12-29 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō(台灣神道) Tsan-jing(贊井-贊奐之母) Practitioner Funeral Final Blessing Administrator 198
196 2018-12-30 Prof. You Ying-lung (游盈隆) run for DPP chair and tolk with party members at Tati, Taichung Administrator 350
197 2018-12-23 Changhua Tati(Daixde) Branch Annual Clean-up Administrator 325
198 2018-12-23 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 237
199 2018-12-22 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Heros Shrine Owls Initation and Taiwan Shrine Blessing List Administrator 393
200 2018-12-21 Tati(Daixde) Hall Nov 15th Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 299
 
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Newsflash


Members of the Taiwan National Alliance and other pro-independence groups hold a press conference in Taipei yesterday to raise public awareness about the mass killings that took place in March 1947 following the 228 Incident.
Photo: Chien Jung-fong, Taipei Times

Announcing plans for a procession to be held on Thursday in Taipei, pro-independence groups yesterday said they hoped to pass on the memories of the 228 Massacre so that similar mistakes would never be repeated.

The 228 Incident refers to the violent suppression of anti-government uprisings by the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) that began on Feb. 28, 1947 — 16 months after the end of Japanese colonial rule.

Between 18,000 and 30,000 people, the majority of them Taiwanese and in particular leaders and intellectuals, are estimated to have been killed.