The Taipei 228 Memorial Museum commemorates the 228 Massacre and provides a solid introduction to the worst mass killing in Taiwan’s modern history. However, the museum fails to fully conceptualize the significance of the event and how it continues to divide contemporary TaiwanBy Ketty W. Chen / Contributing reporter
Today is 2-28
Let us take a moment to remember on the 66th Anniversary of the massacre and bloody repression of Taiwanese on the orders of General Chiang Kai-shek of the Republic of China.
To this day, Taiwan remains a Chinese colonial acquisition run by a corrupt party-state oligarchy in exile. Taiwan democratised but has yet to free itself from the shackles of occupation or to achieve transitional justice.