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Exhibits

Literary Education of Modernist Youth-The U.S. Information Service and American Modernism in Taiwan

Update:
2023-07-27
Venue: National 228 Memorial Museum(No.54, Nanhai Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City, Taiwan)
Date: Aug. 18, 2023 – Jan. 25, 2024
Opening Hours: 10:00 to 17:00, from Tuesday to Sunday
Closed Day: Every Monday (if the museum is open on a public holiday, it will close the next day), and the necessary closing date for the museum’s announcement
Advised by the Ministry of Culture, Ministry of the Interior, Taiwan
Organized by the National Museum of Taiwan Literature, Memorial Foundation of 228, National 228 Memorial Museum
Co-organizer: American Institute in Taiwan Kaohsiung Branch Office
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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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