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Exhibits

Scars on the Land: The Historic Sites Related to the February 28 Incident in Northern Taiwan
Second part: In the Wake of Gunshots

Update:
2021-07-18

Date:Feb 20, 2021 –May 16, 2021 Opening Hours:10:00 to 17:00, from Tuesday to Sunday Closed Day: Every Monday Advised by the Ministry of the Interior, Taiwan Organized by the Memorial Foundation of 228, National 228 Memorial Museum

Exhibition period: May 20, 2021 – August 15, 2021

Opening Hours:10:00 to 17:00, from Tuesday to Sunday

Closed Day: Every Monday

Advised by the Ministry of the Interior, Taiwan

Organized by the Memorial Foundation of 228, National 228 Memorial Museum

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This exhibit combines images of historical trails with traditional and digital displays, taking you through half a century of buried historical truth. It wasn't until after the democratization of Taiwan that the truth was gradually revealed.

Just as the short poem on the entrance reads: The history was once dark and difficult to understand, and we were deeply enveloped by fear. However, democracy was a source of light that shined into the dusty archives, finally revealing the truth and writing it into history.

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