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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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General U.S.-Taiwan Relations

The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) was established in 1979 by the Taiwan Relations Act (TRA), as a non-profit, private corporation with a mission to continue “commercial, cultural and other relations between the people of the United States and the people on Taiwan” and to assist Taiwan in maintaining its self-defense capability. Since 1979, AIT has played a central role as the United States and Taiwan have built the comprehensive, durable, and mutually beneficial partnership, which they enjoy today.

Taiwan remains a vital and reliable U.S. partner in Asia. Grounded by our mutual respect for open markets, democracy and human rights, these strong U.S.-Taiwan relations and stable cross-Strait relations are integral components of regional prosperity and stability. Whether promoting reciprocal trade and investment, or facilitating tourism and educational exchanges, or working together to maintain stable cross-Strait and regional security, AIT has diligently worked to strengthen and expand this relationship that is supported by three pillars: Shared Values, Shared Prosperity, and Shared Security.

This “AIT@40” exhibit celebrates our shared interests and values, and the role that AIT and its staff have played over the past four decades to foster these close economic, security, and people-to-people ties.

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